Jack’s Abby Brewing out in Framingham have just announced that started June 16th, their beers will start to become available in Connecticut. Working with both G&G Beverage Distributors and Craft Beer Guild Distributing of Connecticut, the initial release will be draft only at various bars and the bottles of the beers will then start to invade the shelves in August.
And in other related news, they’ve also announced a new beer which is to be released today at the brewery. Starting at noon, their Cherry Barrel-Aged Berliner Braun will be available for growler fills and sampling. They self-described this beer as “a darker and stronger version of a Berliner Weisse. By implementing a sour mash procedure, an intense lactic and sour character emerges. It was then aged in bourbon barrels with tart cherries.”
Last but not least, they’ve also shared a sneak peek into some of the beers they’ll be releasing in June. While no specific dates have been shared at this time, they have announced that they’ll be releasing Framingham Lager, a traditional American style lager. A portion of the proceeds from Framingham Lager will be donated to the Framingham Downtown Renaissance. They will also be releasing a five varients of their highly sought after barrel-aged Framinghamer. The varients are: coffee, vanilla, PB&J, cocoa-Nut and regular.