PENTICTON, BC – Bad Tattoo Brewing has announced details of this year’s Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations at the brewery, including the release of the latest vintages of two annual limited edition beers.
As reported by The BC Ale Trail, this year’s event – taking place at the brewery tomorrow (November 1st) – will see the debut of the 2017 editions of Cerveza Fuerte and La Resurreccion.
Cerveza Fuerte (9.2% abv) is a Belgian-style quad described as “a big, bold beer [with] strong flavours of plums, raisin and figs, as well as hints of cloves and other spices.”
La Resurreccion (11.88% abv) is a batch of 2016’s Cerveza Fuerte that has been aged in brandy barrels for a year. According to head brewer Robert Theroux: “There is lots of oak. You can taste lots of grape. You get all of those flavours with the backbone of the Belgian quad.”
Packaged in 750 ml collectable bottles, and limited to 900 and 600 bottles respectively, the two beers will be available at tomorrow’s party – where the $40 admission includes a bottle of Cerveza Fuerte – as well as at select liquor stores in British Columbia while supplies last.
For more details, see the Bad Tattoo Facebook page.