AUSTIN – Adelbert’s Brewery, a Belgian-style brewery based in Austin Texas, is happy to announce the release of its newest beer, Oaked Tripel B. Aged over oak spirals in the fermenter then for several months in the bottle, Oaked Tripel B blends a distinct sweet oak character and hints of vanilla with the spicy notes of Tripel B for a beautifully balanced ale.
The first bottle only batch will be available in mid-November with limited availability across Texas. Eventually, Oaked Tripel B will join a rotation of special releases the brewery produces throughout the year.
Adelbert’s owner and brewmaster, Scott Hovey, noted, “Our goal is to create beers that offer an experience that begins from the second you hear the pop of the cork. We want people to enjoy our beers with friends and foods alike. With Oaked Tripel B, we aimed build on the popularity of Tripel B to create a new flavor profile for people to share, compare, and savor.”
In addition to being the largest Belgian-style brewery in Texas, Adelbert’s is well known for its unique beer names inspired by the life stories of the brewery’s namesake and Scott’s brother, George Adelbert Hovey. Currently, the brewery produces seven year round beers including: Naked Nun, Philosophizer, Dancin’ Monks, Scratchin’ Hippo, Black Rhino, Tripel B, and Flyin’ Monks. In addition, the brewery also produces limited release barrel aged beers under their Vintage Series line. Those released to date include Barrel Aged Naked Nun and Barrel Aged Dancin’ Monks.
Mr. Hovey added, “Adding oak was inspired by childhood memories of my brothers and me climbing trees as young boys. Just as my fond memories of my youth have improved over time, so too will this ale. I look forward to watching how the flavors continue to develop over the next few years and highly recommend this beer for aging.”
About Adelbert’s Brewery:
Based in Austin, Texas, Adelbert’s Brewery is committed to brewing Belgian-style, bottle-conditioned ales for people to seek, savor, and share with others. Adelbert’s uses Bohemian old-world floor malted barley, low alpha Noble Czech hops, fresh yeast propagated at the brewery, and a multi-temperature decoction mash technique. The brewery believes quality beers require quality ingredients and a painstaking attention to detail throughout the brewing process.
Company: Adelbert's Brewery
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