Be Still from Ale Apothecary

Be Still

By: Ale Apothecary

Product Description: A very special brand new beer from Ale Apothecary. Be Still is Ale Apothecary's first new bottle release in a very long time and it's definitely worth the wait. Departing from the normal line-up of well carbonated wild ales, Be Still is a dark sour presented "barrel-still" - In other words without carbonation.

We are one of fews stores in the entire country and the ONLY online store in the world to offer this rare beer. It will sell out fast and may never come around again. So order while you still can.

A complete 180-degree turn from every other Ale Apothecary beer. Aged in rye whiskey and fresh pinot noir barrels. Approximately 500 bottles or less is being produced.

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: American Wild Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 7.00% ABV
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7-9% Mixed Fermentation Ale Aged in Rye Whiskey & Pinot Barrels - Be Still is our dark sour and presented barrel-still, without carbonation, for optimum mouthfeel and balance. Brewed with roasted barley and biscuit malts, the structure of the beer comes from acid produced by our house lactobacillus culture as well as acid from brettanomyces and pediococcus activity during the 10-month aging period in rye whiskey and fresh pinot noir barrels. Prior to bottling, the rye and wine portions are blended together and allowed to sit on cascara (sun-dried exterior fruit of the coffee bean) and cocoa nibs to add depth and complexity. The beer retains the fingerprint of our yeast culture and evolves in your glass, but is a wild departure from our lively bottle-fermented offerings. Be Still is a glimpse into an alternative beer universe that is just waiting to be explored. Due to the nature of this beer (yeast-free), it is recommended that you consume the beer fresh within 3-6 months of batch date on bottle to avoid oxidation flavors from shrouding your experience.

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