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Dec 19/17

Berry Good News: Strawberry Fields Sour Ale Coming to Cans in 2018

For months the brewery has been jam-packed with excitement and we just can’t leave this juicy news alone anymore, so we won’t! We’re pumped to announce that Indeed fan favorite Strawberry Fields will join our adventurous lineup of canned beer in late January 2018.

Strawberry Fields was initially released in May 2016 as part of our BFF (Brewery Friends Forever) New Belgium’s “Beers with Vrienden” collaboration series. After gaining a super strong following (yes, we saw your tweets… and your emails… and your handwritten letters), we decided to get the green light to brew it on our own.

“We liked Strawberry Fields so much we got the okay to reprise it,” says our Head Brewer Josh Bischoff. “We kettle sour it with our house Lactobacillus strain, then add Belma hops for their strawberry characteristics. Once the fermentation gets going, we add generous amounts of strawberry.”

The finished product is a light, crisp, and refreshingly tart brew with notes of strawberry and citrus. A perfect pick for both beginning and experienced sour beer drinkers, Strawberry Fields will release on draft and in 12 oz. cans the week of January 22nd. To top it all off with a cherry (or a berry), the cans will feature brand new designs from local artist Chuck U, and look for a painting of the can artwork coming to the taproom soon!

Join us for the release of our Sour Ale at Lone Oak Grill in Eagan on January 25th, starting at 3pm. We’ll tap Strawberry Fields along with several other berry-inspired brews including: Double Chocolate Raspberry Stir Crazy Porter, Blueberry B-Side Pils, and Wooden Soul: In the Thicket, a Wood-Aged Sour Golden Ale with Raspberries.

Strawberry Fields will be a limited release beer, available for only a short time. Be sure to pick it up before it’s gone!

May 31/16

Indeed and New Belgium Release Strawberry Fields Ale

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to drinking beer made by just one brewery, Indeed Brewing and New Belgium Brewing release their second Beers With Vrienden collaboration. Presenting Strawberry Fields Ale – a kettle soured, strawberry-scented, strawberry-tasting beer that you’ll want to drink, well, forever.

In March, we traveled to New Belgium’s amazing brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado to make our first jointly brewed beer, Come Together Honey Wheat Wine. This time around, we brought the brewing process home. The New Belgium gang met us in Minneapolis this past April, bringing some signature ingredients with them. “The intent of the beer brewed at Indeed is to be more New Belgium Brewing influenced. We decided on a lighter-bodied base, kettle soured with their house lactobacillus strain,” says Indeed Head Brewer Josh Bischoff. “To tie the two beers together, we wanted to play off both the strawberry character from the Belma hops used in ‘Come Together’ and the name itself. Strawberry Fields was born.”

Strawberry Fields Ale weighs in at 5.4% ABV and 23 IBU. This beer is kettle soured with New Belgium's house lactobacillus strain for tartness, and finished with strawberry post-fermentation to complement the berry notes of the Belma hops used in the brewing process. This hazy red brew has an aroma featuring strawberry, citrus and tart notes. Upon first sip, the taste is light and crisp with noticeable tartness accompanied by a kiss of strawberries. Yep, these strawberries kiss you right on the mouth.

We’ll be releasing Strawberry Fields with New Belgium Brewing at events throughout the Twin Cities next week. Check out the release parties below and our Facebook and let us take you down because we’re going to… Strawberry Fields.

6/7 – 5PM – Stub & Herbs

6/7 – 5PM – MacKenzie Pub

6/8 – 5PM – The Happy Gnome

6/9 – 5PM – Grumpy's Roseville

Strawberry Fields Ale will be available in limited quantities on draft at Indeed Brewing and bars and restaurants in the Twin Cities area. To learn more about New Belgium Brewing visit newbelgiumbrewing.com.