Smuttynose News Letter


What’s new this week?

Another double beer release is upon us! This Saturday at Towle Farm, we’re unleashing Frankenlager, our newest Big Beer, and Thelema, a new beer from Smuttlabs.

Without the the latest brewing technology and process control, there would be no Frankenlager! Our brewers conceived this golden, malty  specifically to inaugurate the brewhouse in our Towle Farm brewery. A special decoction mashing process creates a lush malt complexity that’s given form with a piquant hop character and a crispness that can only come form lager yeast. Frankenlager is $6 for a beautiful 22-ounce bottle.

Smuttlabs Thelema is a classic Belgian-style golden ale. Gorgeously golden-hued, the nose is pure fruit – think ripe pear. Our Belgian yeast strain, that we love so dearly, along with 100% Sorachi Ace hops provide a beautiful, fruity sweetness along with a lingering spicy, herbal hop character. This beer weighs in at 8.5% but is devilishly drinkable. Each 500ml bottle is $8. Don’t suppress your baser needs; supplies are limited.

The Latest Smerch is ready to follow you home!

Just in time for fall, we’ve got new Smuttynose and Smuttlabs Woolrich flannel shirts in both men’s and women’s cuts. They’re top-of-the-line ‘Shire-style!

Our disc golf course is nearing completion and on track for an October opening. You’ll need the proper equipment to navigate the course, which is why we’ve made these Smuttynose Discraft golf discs.

Protect your beer from the raging warmth of bonfires with our double-barreled squealer koozie. It’s even got a convenient carrying strap for all your autumn adventures.
 

Smuttynose Oktoberfest Tickets Are On Sale Now!

Join us Saturday, October 10 from 2-7pm at the brewery as we party down on the field for Oktober! 

Smuttlabs Saving Water

Smuttlabs is making more bottles, but now their using less water!

The assembly you’re looking at saves between 1950-2050 gallons of water for each Smuttlabs bottling run. How does it work? It’s pretty simple:

Spray heads rinse the inside of each empty bottle with fresh,   de-aerated water before they get purged with CO2 and filled with beer. The filling process leaves beer on the outside of each bottle that must be rinsed off before the bottle gets labelled.

The keg on the left catches the water from the first rinse and then pumps it over to rinse the filled and capped bottles. It’s a pretty simple innovation that makes a big difference in our water usage. We are researching a similar system for the bottling line at Towle Farm.

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Smuttynose Brewing Company
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