Apparently, one time was not enough for Tired Hands Brewing Co. fans.
The Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery will be rereleasing Nectocooler, a 4.5 percent “summer bier” brewed with wheat and hopped “gently” with both simcoe and citra hops. The beer is then soured in the kettle before being conditioned on top of nectarine purée sourced from Three Springs Fruit Farm in Aspers, Pa. The beer was first released on draft last month, but the second incarnation has been “enhanced” by adding green tea for color and flavor and was brewed with additional nectarines.
“We were equally stoked and freaked out to witness the demand for Nectocooler,” said Jean Broillet IV, owner-brewer at Tired Hands, in a press release. “To me, this beer is equal parts seasonal treat and childhood throwback… Our team is super excited to share this fresh batch with the world.”
According to the press release, the newest version of Nectocooler will go on sale on Sept. 29 at the Brew Café, with growlers limited to one 32-ounce or 64-ounce bottle per person.