Next bottle release is February 11th, 2017!

The second bottle release is our Golden Sour, Incipient. This batch of Incipient is dry hopped with Belma, Cascade, and Mosaic. The grain bill is simply Pilsner, wheat, and oats, which lends a soft, bready mouthfeel. Incipient is fermented with our house blend of microbes which includes 3 strains of brett, Belle Saison, house wild yeast harvested from Holland, MI off of a crab apple flower, Lactobacillus Plantarum, Lactobacillus Brevis, and other wild microbes from Comstock Park. The mango, guava, lemon, pear, hay, and peppercorn flavors from the yeast pair perfectly with the citrus, strawberry, and melon flavors from the hops. This bottle will develop over time, but if you want the full hop experience, drink it within a few months. $17/bottle, limit 6.

We are going to switch things up very slightly for this release, so pay attention!

Instead of paying the entire amount for the bottle on Eventbrite, simply reserve 1 ticket per bottle (max of 6) for free. Tickets can be reserved from Feb. 4th at noon to Feb 10th at noon. On pick up day you may pay for your bottle(s) with cash or credit card (we use square). Doing our releases this way will save you about $1.90/bottle. Same as last release, each ticket represents 1 bottle of beer, so please make sure to order the correct amount of tickets! PLEASE do not reserve tickets if you cannot be here yourself or send a proxy to pick up the bottles. Head over to Eventbrite on Saturday the 4th to reserve your bottles!

Pick up day is Saturday Feb 11th, from 11 am - 5 pm. Simply bring your ID and a copy of your order (digital is preferred). We can not hold bottles past the release date, so make sure you or a proxy can pick up before 5 pm on the 11th, otherwise your bottle(s) are forfeit to the brewery.

Also, remember that proxies are allowed. We just need a copy of the purchaser's ID and the proxy's ID, as well as their order (again, digital copies are preferred, try not to kill too many trees!) Also, since the full price of the bottle isn't paid for up front, it will be the proxies responsibility to pay for the bottles at pickup.


Mitch & Whitney Ermatinger (and Rally the Greyhound)