Asheville, N.C.-based Twin Leaf Brewing Co. recently released its 100th batch of beer, aptly named Grand Cru 100.
Grand Cru 100 is a Belgian quad with an ABV of 10.8 percent. It was brewed with a 15 pounds of sweet cherries and 10 pounds of golden raisins and aged for three months on French oak.
“When deciding what to brew for Twin Leaf’s 100th batch it felt appropriate to reflect back on our beginnings when I was just a beer geek who loved to tinker,” said Tim Weber, owner and head brewer of Twin Leaf, in a press release.
“Grand Cru 100 is a re-engineered version of my 100th homebrew batch. A Belgian Quad was very stylistically different than anything else I was regularly brewing but when the beer was finished fermenting, I knew I had stumbled upon something great. I fell in love with this recipe and, around that time, craft beer as a whole.”
Grand Cru 100 is available in bottles at the Twin Leaf taproom and select Asheville and Charlotte area bottle shops.
Phone calls to Twin Leaf were not answered.