Collaboration Sampler

Collaboration is a big reason why craft beer has surged in popularity. Two different breweries (or a brewery and a group) come together to create a one of a kind beer. Often single release brews, if you see one of these collaborations you should grab it while you can as it likely won't last long! In this sampler, you'll find 4 unique collaboration brews

  • Amager / Crooked Stave Chad King of the Wild Yeasts (500ml): 93 on RateBeerA farmhouse pale ale which relies on funky yeasts and Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, and Amarillo. This beer can be best described as a battle between yeast, craft beer's upcoming challenger, and hops, craft beer's reigning champion. Try a bottle today to see which wins.
  • Ducato / Oxbow Oud Brunello (750ml): 93 on RateBeerAn Italian brewery and a brewery from Maine combine for this barrel aged sour. They started with a brown ale as the base and used Ducato souring organisms and brett. Later, they aged them in Brunello barrels before a final blending to create a wonderfully complex sour.
  • Bridge Road / Nogne O India Saison (330ml): 96 on RateBeer. Two Norweigen craft brewers from the North and South combine to create this India Saison, a collaboration of styles itself. In this version, Australian Galaxy and Stella hops pair with a saison body and yeast character for a unique take on the style.
  • Mikkeller / Domino Records White Lung Face Down (330ml): 98 on RateBeerA stylistically true Kolsch. You'll be treated with a golden beer with a light to moderately sweet taste with tangerine citrus and yeast notes. This collaboration combines Mikkeller with Domino, an independent record company in the UK.