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Label - The Cut Grape

The Cut: Grape

Oak Theory base beer aged on whole Colorado grapes at a rate of over 2 pounds per gallon.

Blends

12/18/2015
Fruit Varietal: Merlot
01/19/2016
Fruit Varietal: Riesling
01/05/2017
Fruit Varietal: Baco Noir
01/11/2017
Fruit Varietal: Vidal Blanc
01/12/2017
Fruit Varietal: Gewurztraminer
12/22/2017
Our first grape beer from the 2017 harvest! Chambourcin is a red grape variety with blood red juice. We sourced several red grape varietals last year, but this was by far the darkest we saw during our crush. We aged the barrels of Oak Theory on the grapes at a rate of 4 pounds per gallon for 2 months to get the maximum extraction of color and flavor as we could.
Fruit Varietal: Chambourcin (red)
12/20/17
We choose to use Viognier grapes from Palisade for the only white grape Cut we made from the 2017 harvest . We loved what this variety contributed to last years CFP and FS blends, and the Oak Theory funk just takes those flavors to another level. A hint of vanilla, this blend definitely straddles the line between biodynamic sparking wine and beer. Over 4 pounds of grapes per gallon of Oak Theory.

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