Jester King, 18th Street’s Multifarious Stout to be released on Friday, March 25th

Jester King 18th Street Multifarious label

(Austin, TX) – Jester King Brewery announced on Thursday a new beer release coming this weekend. More below from the company email newsletter…

We’re excited to introduce Multifarious, our collaboration with 18th Street Brewery in Hammond, Indiana! For Multifarious, we sought to achieve complex results through a very simple process. We took the classic, comforting texture and aroma of oatmeal stout, added a different dimension with smoked malt, and let it slowly evolve through mixed culture fermentation with native yeast and bacteria. It was brewed with the mindset of creating a beer that is subtle, succinct, and above all — drinkable. It’s no secret at this point that we’ve been intrigued for quite some time now with subtlety, simplicity, and restraint. We often measure our work by asking the question, “Would we want to drink a full glass of this beer, and then ask for another?” In working with 18th Street Brewery on Multifarious, we feel we were able to achieve this!

Multifarious was brewed on November 18th, 2015 with raw Hill Country well water, malted barley, malted wheat, oats, and hops, and was fermented in stainless steel with our mixed culture of brewers yeast, and native yeast and bacteria harvested from the land and air around our brewery. It is 100% naturally conditioned through refermentation in bottles, kegs, and casks. At the time of packaging, Multifarious was 6.6% alcohol by volume, 34IBU, 4.2 pH, and 1.005 specific gravity. It was packaged on January 5th, 2016.

Multifarious will be released when our tasting room opens at 4pm on Friday, March 25th. It will be available by the glass, as well as to go in bottles (750ml/$12). Approximately 2,700 bottles are available. There is no bottle limit, and we expect some of the batch to see distribution in Texas beyond Jester King through Flood Independent Distribution.

Working with Drew Fox of 18th Street Brewery on Multifarious was a real treat and honor. It was extra special as well to collaborate with a brewer who shares some of our Midwestern roots. We look forward brewing at Drew’s brewery sometime later this year!

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