Urban Family Brewing, located in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood, is having another release party to introduce three new beers. The brewery has steadily made a name for itself by producing excellent and creative old-word beers, most often in the Belgian style. This time around, they’re releasing two Saisons and a Berliner Weisse.
The event happens next Saturday, September 26th at the brewery’s tasting room — 1:00 pm, with food from Luchador Taco Co. Here are the beer descriptions from Steve Dieva (Urban Family’s brewer).
Herr Kinski’s Apricot Dream-Spiral: This berliner-weisse is the love of Herr Kinski, the mad dreamer. Conditioned atop heaps, and heaps, of fresh apricots. This beer is supremely dry, tart, and has a beautifully fresh aroma of peaches, flowery apricots, and bright tart wheat.
The Flowers Are Sleeping: Saison brewed with wheat, and dry-hopped with a heap of fresh Washington honeysuckle, and elderflower This beer has a dry finish, with a mild honey-like sweetness, and great aromas of apple orchards, fresh flowers, and rustic malts.
Voices Underground: A beautiful interpretation of a classic Saison. It is simply brewed with five grains, hopped entirely with the beautiful inexorable Cascade hop, and fermented with our magickal Mutate Perpetuus house yeast and brett culture. With hints of fresh orchard apples, citrus flowers, black pepper, and a slightly tart dry finish, this beer is beautiful, folks!