Tomorrow marks the release of Fertile Soil a hoppy Belgian Ale and our homage to Colorado Agriculture and fresh hops. The beer was brewed with all Colorado ingredients and a heavy handed dose of late hops giving a big grapefruit nose which mingles with the Belgian yeast strain. Fertile Soil was a small bottling of only 70 cases (832 bottles) but will still see normal distribution throughout the Colorado front range.
In other news, we have been working for a couple of months on the structure of our Cellar Reserve Membership and are almost ready to go live with it. With our Barrel Cellar growing in size, all the barrels which have been filled over the past year will come to fruition and many of the Barrel Cellar projects will be ready for release. Due to their limited availability we plan to have a few tiers which allow members to buy in and guarantee they will get our most limited beers as well as first rights to other barrel aged sours which will be released. All members will play a big role in our current expansion into Denver which is just starting to take shape as we search for the building and get ready to move into our own brewery. With the added support of our Cellar Reserve Members we will be able to open our own brewery in Denver and start making greater quality beers, more consistently. Look forward to more information about both our plans to build a brewery in Denver and the details of our Cellar Reserve Membership for the 2012 year.