Boulder, Colo. — Get ready to take a walk on the wild side! The time has come to unveil our collaboration with Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and the first installment of their new Ferus Fluxus (or “Wild Flow”) series — Wild Belgian Pale Ale.
For this unique barrel-aged project, our 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. After nine months, our highly anticipated collaborative brew is ready to be celebrated with two release parties!
Prep your palate, and be one of the first to try this brew!
Monday, February 17 @ 6:00 pm
Crooked Stave’s taproom at The Source in Denver
- Bottle release (375 ml) at 6:00 pm
- Draft at 6:30 pm
- $10/bottle with a limit of 4
Tuesday, February 18 @ 6:00 pm
Our Lee Hill tap room in North Boulder
- On tap at 6:00 pm
- Available in 19.2 oz cans ($14/can with a limit of 3)
- Other barrel-aged, one-off styles will be on tap
- Heirloom food truck will be serving up good grub!