We’re stoked to announce our new line-up of collaboration beers this spring dubbed the Commonwealth Series. We’ve invited a few fellow craft brewers from the industry in to create a beer ‘Commonwealth’ of sorts. Why? Well, brewers have been sharing knowledge for centuries and collective brewing elevates quality for everyone involved. Working together for the common good is a key part of any successful community, and we want to contribute to that ideal!
The line-up includes ‘Buck 10’ a big Imperial Amber with 110 IBUs by Jeremy Coghill, owner of Lansdowne Brewery, ‘The Borough’ a citrusy American Pale Ale by the co-owner of The Borough gastro pub, Richard Zimmerman and a delightful Extra Special Bitter by homebrewer and GTA Brews club member, David Green called ‘Muddy Beagle’ (named after his adorable beagle pup). A fourth beer will be brewed in the coming weeks with Richard Sigesmund of The General Brewing Co. A 10% Imperial Stout named ‘Inkwell’ which debuted at last years Cask Days festival. We’ll be aging this one for 6 months in preparation for a special release sometime before Christmas.
The series will be available through Muddy York Brewing’s retail bottle shop and select bars and restaurants. Visit muddyyorkbrewing.com/retailstore for more info and a real time listing of available beers.
From all of us at Muddy York Brewing Co.
p.s. If you’re attending Society of Beer Drinking Ladies’ Bevy0026, you’ll get a sneak peak of Muddy Beagle E.S.B. on cask!!
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