Good morning, y’all! We’ve got some hot new allocations for you from the fine folks at Craft Republic, just in time for the weekend. While the hazy bois are likely to garner the most attention, we’ve got a couple of stunning, rare sours (including one more bottle of Cantillon!) that no one else got here in Mid-MO. Check ’em out!
Fat Orange Cat Fourth of July Kittens-Hazy IPA, 7.4% abv.
Hoof Hearted Pump and Run-DDH IPA with Citra; The official beer of the 2023 Hoof Hearted Arnold Classic Pump & Run, 6.6% abv
Fat Orange Cat Baby Kiwis-IPA Brewed and Dry Hopped with Exclusively New Zealand Hops, 7.5% abv.
Fat Orange Cat Whiskers on Kittens-Fat Orange Cat and von Trapp collaboration. Gose style ale with Wachau apricots and Austrian salt, 5% abv
Tox Brewing/Abomination Wandering Into the Frog-A collaboration with our friends from Abomination. Picture Double Dart and the original Fog smashed together! DDH Double IPA featuring Galaxy, Summit, Nelson, Riwaka, Motueka, 8.6% abv
Tilquin Lambic 9pk-This is, hands-down, one of the coolest lambic offerings I’ve ever seen hit Columbia. Granted, we also have a bottle of Cantillon on hand, but this type of stuff just doesn’t show up in the middle of the state very often. This is an ultra-limited (our rep had one pack to allocate!) mixed 9-pack of flavored lambics with some really interesting ingredients. Several include wine grapes (Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, and Riesling).
Others include fruits (Mirabelle plum, mixed berries, blackcurrant, and elderberry). We thought about breaking this set up and letting people buy one at a time, but it seemed a shame to separate ’em. If we can’t sell them as a set, we may do this in the future, but this presents an awesome tasting opportunity for anyone who likes traditional Belgian lambic. Oh, and it’d be a pretty cool bottle share with friends, no?
Cantillon Saint Lamvinus-We have one more bottle! This is the last time Cantillon is likely to be seen in Mid-MO for a long time, so snag it while you can!! Brewed with Merlot grapes.
How’s that for a weekend drop, eh? Come get ’em while they’re here!