(Downingtown, PA) – Victory Brewing has two beer releases coming up . . . one is brand-new and the other is a bottle debut.
Making a return will be Fists of Feury, Victory’s joint effort with Pennsylvania restaurants, Fork Restaurant and Nectar. The beer that debuted on tap during Philly Beer Week will now be available in bottles. Victory Communications Coordinator, Anne Shuniak, confirms that the 12 oz. bottles will be exclusively sold at the two restaurants. Per the label, “Fists of Feury was brewed with Vienna and Pilsner malts with a few fistfuls of Tettnanger and Centennial hops thrown into the boil.” 5.5% ABV. The release date is unknown.
In addition, the brewery has been working diligently with One Village Coffee on a new draft-only beer called Victory Village. Shuniak says that this one will be available later this month in Pennsylvania. Limited distribution outside of PA will happen in late August/early September.
Victory Village will feature a brown ale base with One Village’s Smart Blend coffee. You can read all about the coffee here. Many beers that use coffee use a stout base so this experiment should produce some unique results. Check out Victory’s trip to One Village in the video below.