Sprecher Brewery to Release Belgian Progression Pack

Glendale, WI – With the introduction of the Belgian Progression Pack, Sprecher Brewery presents a set of four Belgian ales all of which you can drink now, three of which can be aged to yield further delectable changes in their flavor profiles. The Belgian Progression Pack consists of four classic Belgian-style ales that range from an easy drinking low alcohol session ale (the Enkel) to a snifter worthy night cap (the Quad).

The lightest beer the Enkel, is medium bodied, delicately balanced with fruity esters, subtle spicy notes and a dry finish (5.3% abv). Brewed with imported malts and Belgian candi sugar, the Dubbel is replete with big, Belgian fruit flavors (raisins, plum), a smooth cereal character and lovely mouthfeel (6.5% abv). The Tripel is a delicious yet strong Belgian-style ale characterized by fruity esters, flavors of banana, apples, light grain and herbal notes. The Quad features a massive mouthful of malt goodness balanced by warming alcohol with a whisper of bitterness and playful spice; perfect for cooler weather or late evenings. Predominant flavors include caramelized sugar, toffee, dried fruits (fig, cherry, raisin, plum), molasses, light spice (clove, pepper, nutmeg) and a slight hint of citrus (10.5% abv).

Of the Belgian Progression Pack Sprecher brewmaster Craig Burge said, “These four beers represent a nice range of Belgian-style beers offering wide array of classic aromas, flavors and mouthfeel for the novice and the seasoned craft beer lover. For maximum enjoyment I strongly recommend drinking the beers in the intended order.”

All the beers are ready to drink. The Enkel should be enjoyed while young. The Dubbel, Tripel and Quad can be aged for six months or more. Those patient enough to cellar these beers will experience intriguing flavor profile changes over time. To encourage aging without the effects of oxidation, all who purchase two (2) Belgian Progression Packs at the Sprecher Gift Shop will receive a complimentary wax dip kit for three beers, enabling them to enjoy five immediately and lay down three for a special occasion in the future.

Release Party April 15th

On Saturday, April 15th , Sprecher Brewery will host release party for the Belgian Progression Pack. Anyone of legal drinking age is welcome to stop in the taproom between 11am and 2pm for samples, but why not make a day of it and see where the magic happens? Brewery tours are only $8 for adults; $5 for children. The Wicked Urban Grill food truck will be on site with a menu of tasty foods designed to complement the new beers.

About Sprecher Brewing Company:

Maker of award-winning beers and sodas, Sprecher Brewing Company is Milwaukee’s first craft brewery since Prohibition. Established by Randal Sprecher in 1985, Sprecher remains a leader in Wisconsin’s craft brewing industry.

Sprecher Brewery, the Sprecher Gift Shop and Indoor Beer Garden are located at 701 W. Glendale Ave, Glendale, WI. The Gift Shop and Indoor Beer Garden are open Monday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm; Sunday, 11am – 5pm. Tours offered daily. More information about the brewery history, products, tours and Gift Shop hours can be found at www.sprecherbrewery.com, or by calling 414.964.2739.

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