Nom de Plum

Belgian-style ale with organic plums We’re never afraid to capitalize on a little obvious wordplay, so here’s the latest little beer from your friendly neighborhood brewers. Nom de plum came about after a phone call from a friend in the MidWest who occasionally sells us fruit juices and purees for beers like Cerise Cassèe, Kriek du Cambridge, etc. [wpex more="Read more" less="Read less"] “Hey,” he says. “Any interest in some organic plum juice? I just got it in.” “Cool! Heck yeah,” we reply, followed quickly amongst ourselves by “Ok, what shall we do with it?” A quick conference amongst the brewstaff and we have nom de plum. A blend of pale malts starts us off, combined with our house Belgian yeast strain and a touch of coriander in the kettle, which provides a subtle spiciness to compliment fruity plum flavors and a lingering fresh tartness. Hops are at a minimum, and the fresh plum juice lends bright fruit character plus a really cool color to the beer as showcased in its tulip-style glass. Highly effervescent, fruity but not sweet as the fruit is fully fermented, with a fully dry finish. On Tap CBC Pricing Tulip $5.75 Pitcher $21 Tower $36[/wpex]

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