A saying that we often remind ourselves of is that A good way to make a bad beer is to brew it perfectly and package it poorly. It really is heartbreaking to taste a beer that's just dying inside a can. That said, we are always monitoring and making improvements to the way we package our beer. This is particularly true for Grace and Grit Double IPA. Despite the haze, this beer does go through centrifugation. Our centrifuge allows us to dial in the haze to our preferred level of turbidity while separating out any undesirable remaining hop matter. The result is a stunning beer with the perfect amount of haze and minimal amounts of dissolved oxygen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
You,Me and Everyone We Know – Batch 005 drops today at noon. This traditional sour ale was aged over a year in our oak foeder and for an additional three months on blackberries providing a nuanced acidity with a balanced fruit sweetness. Limit 6 bottles per person. $9 each.
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Grace and Grit returns today, so we thought it was time to clear up a few things about the intent and logic behind how we will release each batch in 2018. It is quite simple actually. Each release will be allocated to a specific market, with our home market getting some of each release. This allows us to coordinate logistics around each release and have super fresh hops to market within a few days (sometimes hours) of being canned. It also allows us to send more to the market with each allocation instead of splitting it up across our entire footprint, resulting in everyone getting very little. So while we don’t promise everything to everyone, we do promise to keep it fresh and remain as transparent as possible. Cheers and thanks for the continued support. P.S. It is Mardi Gras season, so South Louisiana will be getting 90% of this most recent batch very soon.