ST-TITE, QC – In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Microbrasserie À la Fût has announced a series of limited edition beers created in collaboration with breweries in Quebec and Ontario.
Kicking off the series is The Danian Nutt, a sour saison brewed at Sawdust City Brewing in Ontario. Named after an award-winning rodeo cowboy who was born in Ontario and now lives in St-Tite, the hometown of À la Fût, the beer us described as “dry and sour, with an exhilarating acidity finale, brewed only with local malts and hops from Ontario and Quebec.”
Also out this month is Les co-boys montent au lac, a barrel-aged beer created together with Microbrasserie du Lac-Saint-Jean, a Quebec brewery that is also marking its 10th anniversary this year. It’s a blend of beer aged in Chardonnay barrels and two wild ferments aged for 10 months in oak barrels, one with cherries and one with raspberries.
The Danian Nutt is available in 473 cans at the Sawdust City retail store and select bars in Ontario. Les co-boys montent au lac is on tap now at À la Fût, and will be distributed in Quebec on August 14th in a limited run of 750 ml bottles.
The À la Fût anniversary releases will continue through the rest of the year and into 2018, and will feature collaborations with Brasserie Dunham, Le Griendel, Le Temps d’une Pinte, Broadway Microbrasserie, Les Grands Bois, Microbrasserie Le Castor, Microbrasserie Riverbend, and Les Trois Mousquetaires. For more details, see the À la Fût Facebook page.