Marin Brewing Taps ‘Rotten to the Core’

LARKSPUR, Calif. — Proving once and for all there’s no such thing as a rotten apple, Marin Brewing’s Brewmaster Arne Johnson has picked today to tap his newest brew, Rotten To The Core.

Rotten To The Core is a strong wheat ale that has been aged in bourbon barrels for a year with Apple Juice and Brettanomyces Lambicus (Wild Yeast). The result is a smooth but flavorful sipper with the apple, bourbon, wheat and mild bretty funk coming together in a beautiful balance to create an exquisite seasonal beer. At 9.5 % ABV, RTTC has a warming, boozy edge that will lead to an evil grin.

Marin Brewing Company “Rotten To The Core”

  • 9.5 % ABV, 25 IBU’s
  • Malts: 65% White Winter Wheat, Pale 2-row
  • Hops: East Kent Goldings
  • Barrels: Moylan’s Bourbon
  • Apples: King Orchards Concentrated MacIntosh Apple Juice
  • Funk: Brettanomyces Lambicus

If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, Johnson’s new Rotten to the Core should be good for a week!

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Since 1989 Marin Brewing has been Marin’s original craft brewer. Located at the Marin Country Market, Marin Brewing has been pouring and serving award-winning craft beer and food in a family-friendly atmosphere. Over the years, Marin Brewing has become the go-to place for watching the big game, for gathering the family, and for enjoying great weather on its legendary patio.

To learn more about Marin Brewing Company’s award-winning family of beers and our acclaimed food selection, visit Marin Brewing Company online. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date with all our latest news and events.

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