anniversary-19-no-warningBrewed to the classic “Weyerbacher anniversary requirement” of a strength of 10% ABV or more, Nineteen fits the mold and brings a new dimension to the anniversary pedigree: tartness! Two brews were made: a high-ABV mango-infused wheat beer and a tart blending beer, both using pale and wheat malts and a blend of Belgian yeasts. The final blended beer features both tropical sweetness, as well as the tart citrusy character of a spontaneously fermented beer. Nineteen should cellar quite well. Cheers!






posted by Bill Bragg in Anniversary,Beers and have Comments (7)

7 Responses to “Nineteen”

  1. avatar Jeff Doyle says:

    Absolutely unique! A liquid fit for the gods! We are not worthy!

  2. avatar Steph says:

    This is absolutely amazing! You guys needs to keep this one going indefinitely and I wish I could get it in Burlington County in Jersey!

  3. avatar Bob Hansen says:

    Picked up a 32 oz growler an hour ago. Just tried it and I will be going back to grab some bottles and a 64 oz growler (or two). I am drinking it a little warmer than usual and it tastes great. An amazing beer.

  4. avatar Leo Huanca says:

    Its the best fruit infused beer I have ever tasted.A must have to battle the summer heat.A pity its only limited.

  5. avatar Todd says:

    This is without a doubt one of my favorite beers EVER. But what is the residue that’s in all of my bottles floating around when I pour into a glass? The one I’m drinking now has all of these, I’d guess you’d call them, flakes sitting on the bottom. Is this normal?

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      Hello, Todd! It’s likely you are looking at particulate which has settled on the bottom. Nineteen is an intentionally hazy beer and as such, will have some settling over time.

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