This Friday, we’re pleased to introduce Jester King No Whalez Here — our farmhouse witbier made with Texas coriander, house-dried Texas tangerines, and hand-harvested lavender from the flower beds in front of the brewery.
No Whalez Here was brewed on June 12, 2017 with Hill Country well water, White Horn pilsner malt from Blacklands, malted wheat, raw wheat, flaked wheat, Carafoam malt, rolled oats, hops, fresh-crushed Texas coriander, Texas tangerines, and Texas lavender. It was fermented in a horizontal stainless steel tank with our mixed culture of brewers yeast, native yeast, and native bacteria. It was packaged on July 24th, 2017 and naturally refermented in bottles and kegs. Like all our beers, it is unfiltered and unpasteurized.
The beer is 6.8% alcohol by volume, 1.000 specific gravity (0 Plato), 31 IBU, 4.3 pH. It will be released at our tasting room at 4pm on Friday, October 20th. It will be available by the glass and in bottles to go (750ml/$13). We have about 2,300 bottles available. There’s no bottle limit, and we expect for a portion of the batch to be distributed.
This article originally appeared on craftbeer.com