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Flenker Bros Apple Ale

Brewed in collaboration with the Flenker brothers, America’s next best gypsy brewers. This light bodied pale ale is brewed with apples. Primed with Dark Belgian Candi Sugar.

Style: Fruit beer

Availability: June, July

Bitterness (IBUs): 15

Alcohol by volume: 4.5

Condition: high carbonation

Papa Louie’s Ornithology

Kansas City has deep roots in the jazz tradition of America. We celebrate one of KC’s finest artist, Charlie Parker, with this new IPA. Brewed in the English IPA style, this beer has an elaborative hoppy punch. Elaborative may not be a word, but it would certainly describe some of the Bird’s mind-blowing solos.

Honey malt backbone, a bit of toastiness, with a New Zealand zing. Primed with honey.

This recipe was developed by our newest brewer, Chris Flenker.

Style: English IPA

Availability: June, July

Bitterness (IBUs): 55

Alcohol by volume: 4.5

Condition: medium carbonation

Papa Louie’s Sour Cindy Lou

Refreshing, light, with an earthy aroma and pungent clean sourness. This beer is a slight detour from a traditional Berliner Weiss. We kettle sour our mash hopped sweet liquor and then introduce lactobacillus, a lactic acid producing bacteria that is used in the production of yogurt and sourdough. After a controlled fermentation, we boil the beer with a very small amount of hops, chill, then pitch with a London ale yeast.

One cask will be available with dried rose hips and lavender.

Kegs will be available with black raspberries added at packaging.

Style: Berliner Weiss

Availability: July

Bitterness (IBUs): 9

Alcohol by volume: 3

Condition: medium carbonation

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