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Crooked Stave, Upslope to release Ferus Fluxus #1 – Wild Belgian Pale Ale this month

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Crooked Stave, Upslope to release Ferus Fluxus #1 – Wild Belgian Pale Ale this month

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Crooked Stave, Upslope to release Ferus Fluxus #1 – Wild Belgian Pale Ale this month

Press Release: (Boulder, CO) – The time has come for Denver-based Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and Boulder-based Upslope Brewing Company to unveil the first installment of Crooked Stave’s Ferus Fluxus series – Wild Belgian Pale Ale . After nine months, the collaborative beer is ready for its highly anticipated release. For this unique barrel-aged project, Upslope’s Limited Release Belgian Style Pale Ale was inoculated with carefully chosen strains of Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus in first-use red wine barrels that were hand-picked at Rocky Mountain Barrel Company by Crooked Stave owner Chad Yakobson and Upslope head brewer Alex Violette. The Wild Belgian Pale Ale that has been aging separately at both Upslope’s North Boulder brewery at Lee Hill and Crooked Stave’s Barrel Cellar for the last nine months will be available in two different package options. Crooked Stave’s version will be packaged in its standard 375 milliliter bottle, while Upslope’s version of Ferus Fluxus will be packaged in Ball Corporation’s 19.2 ounce Royal Pint can. “This collaboration was a great opportunity to reunite with my friends at Upslope and make a unique beer,” said Crooked Stave’s Head of Sales and former Upslope employee Kyle Krebsbach. “I have always thought our […]

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