Torque Brewing Releasing Pair of Barrel-Aged Beers for 3rd Anniversary

WINNIPEG, MB – Torque Brewing has announced details of two new barrel-aged beers that are being released to mark the brewery’s 3rd anniversary.

Barrel-Aged Kentucky Common (5.2% abv) was aged for six months in a wheated whiskey barrel, and is described as “an easy drinking, malt forward ale with a whiskey kick”.

Barrel-Aged Sour Cherry Farmhouse (7% abv) spent 15 months in a French oak barrel, and is “wild, tart, sour and funky”.

Both beers will be released on Saturday August 24th at the brewery as part of anniversary celebrations that will be kicking off at 12:00 noon. In addition to the new beers, the day will feature a food truck, candy table, games, and live music.

Source & Photo: Torque Brewing mailing list

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