Black Raven Brewing Releases Feral – 2015 Vintage


Black Raven Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) is at it again. Since the start of 2015 they’ve already brought us Raven de Garde, Coco Jones Coconut Porter and La Mort Rouge (which arrived just yesterday).  Not to mention La Petite Mort’s appearance at Belgianfest in January.  Now, arriving tomorrow, March 14th, Black Raven brings us Feral – 2015 Vintage.

A Gold Medal winner at the 2012 North American Beer Awards (Experimental category), Feral is a Hybrid Saison, brewed with Washington wine yeast.

Here is a bit more information about Feral – 2015 Vintage from Black Raven Brewing Company:

“Feral – 2015 Vintage”
Hybrid Saison
Release date: Saturday 3/14/2015

Annual release

The Feral’s origin is as an experimental beer brewed to see what happens when you brew a beer with native WA wine yeast. Each vintage is a bit different than the previous.

This beer starts out as a tradition four grain Saison in the brewhouse. The wort is then racked into stainless and pitched with yeast procured from Efeste Winery in Woodinville. Primary fermentation is completed in a few weeks and the beer continues to age with the addition of toasted acacia chips.

Taproom release
Growler fills available for $16.00 (tax included)

The Feral Kid Approves

The Feral Kid Approves

Drop by The Raven’s Nest tomorrow to enjoy some Feral on tap and remember to bring a growler (or two) to fill up.  They open tomorrow at noon.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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