June 2017

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Release – There And Back Again Plum

on June 27, 2017 No comments

Also coming out This Saturday we have bottles of There And Back Again Plum from 11:30am-4pm at the brewery $15 per bottle, 6 bottles limit per person, limits subject to change.
There and Back Again Plum (6.0% ABV) is a tale of a spontaneous fermentation, isolation, confiscation, rejuvenation, mutation, and finally perturbation. This sour American wild ale is a collaborative effort with our dear friend Dr. Jason Rodriguez. We took our house “honey badger” mixed culture (no saccharomyces) and allowed it to ferment and sour over several months before refermenting it on plums. The result is a plum character boosted by the tropical expression of our microorganisms. This beer is unfiltered, unpasteurized, naturally carbonated and will continue to evolve over time if properly cellared.

We also have some TABA Blackberry left as well. Bottles will be for sale during this release.

TABA Blackberry bottles are currently available at the Grille for onsite consumption.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduRelease – There And Back Again Plum

Can Release – mc2

on June 27, 2017 No comments

This Saturday 7/1 from 11:30am-4:00pm at the Brewery cans of mc² is back for sale. $18 per four pack limit 4 four packs per person, limits subject to change.
mc² (8.0% ABV) is Photon’s big brother. We literally took Photon’s hopping rate and squared it. This DIPA is our tribute to the amazing relationship that energy and mass are balanced, proportional to the speed of a photon squared. It pours a hazy tangerine color, releasing bright tropical notes of mango, pineapple, and apricot. mc² tastes like succulent mango juice loaded with chewy hop resins. We also have another special release Saturday as well TBD!!

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Release – There And Back Again Blackberry

on June 21, 2017 No comments

Also coming out This Saturday we have bottles of Blackberry TABA from 11:30am-4pm at the brewery $15 per bottle, 6 bottle limit per person, limits subject to change.
Equilibrium – There and Back again 6.0% ABV (wild ale with blackberry)
There and Back again is a tale of a spontaneous fermentation, isolation, confiscation, rejuvenation, mutation, and finally perturbation. This sour American wild ale is a collaborative effort with our dear friend Dr. Jason Rodriguez. We took our house “honey badger” mixed culture (no saccharomyces) and allowed it to ferment and sour over several months before refermenting it on blackberries.
The result is a blackberry character boosted by the tropical expression of our microorganisms. This beer is unfiltered, unpasteurized, naturally carbonated and will continue to evolve over time if properly cellared.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduRelease – There And Back Again Blackberry

Can Release – Vulgar Display of Flower

on June 20, 2017 No comments

This Saturday from 11:30am-4pm at the brewery we have cans of Vulgar Display of Flower at $18 per four pack – 1 case limit per person, limits subject to change.

Vulgar Display of Flower is a tribute to an aggressive yet balanced assault on the senses. It blends East-meets-West coast DIPA with our own Equilibrium twist. It is dry, bitter, piny, resinous, yet remains smooth, juicy, and drinkable. This concoction displays the hop flower’s assertive yet delicious nature. We also have another special release Saturday as well tbd!!

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Fluctuation Can Release – Update

on June 17, 2017 No comments

Thanks to everyone that came out today we’re all sold out on Fluctuation and down to 34 cases of Photon. New DIPA Hoptimization is on tap in the Grille & Taproom!! 

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduFluctuation Can Release – Update

Fluctuation is back!

on June 14, 2017 No comments

This Saturday 6/17 from 11:30am-4pm at the brewery cans of Fluctuation will be for sale. $20 per four pack limit 4 four packs, limits subject to change. Fluctuation is finally back!! It pours a very hazy tangerine color, releasing bright tropical notes of passion fruit, mango, pineapple, and lychee with an undercurrent of sorbet and cream. Fluctuation tastes highly resinous and tropical with an assertive yet soft bitterness. We consider Fluctuation to be perfectly unbalanced. Michael Fallon Photography for the pic

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduFluctuation is back!