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Two New from Off Color

Off Color announced today that their next bottle release will take place on June 24th. On that day, at their Bottle Shop, they will be releasing two new beers. QingMing is a 9.5% ABV Chang style malt beverage brewed with rice, honey, fruits, and botanicals. It was inspired by artifacts discovered during archaeological digs in Taixi and a Changzikou tomb dating from the Late Shang/Western Zhou Dynasties circa 1600-722 bce, this a modern recreation of Chang.

Market Rate is brewed annually but has not been bottled until this year. This is a 5.8% American Wild Ale aged in Wine Barrels with Green Strawberries.


Upcoming from Off Color

Off Color announced their next three releases this week. First up is Class War, 9.5% ABV Gotlandsdricka brewed with honey, Juniper Berries, and Pear Wood Smoked Malt, which will be released on January 20th.

Coffee DinoSmores will be released on January 27th in 12oz/2-packs.

The third release is Myshka, and it does not have a release date. This is a 3.5% Russian Style Serf Stout. It will be available in 4 packs.


ProCATStination 2016


Off Color bottled and released their new collaboration with Perennial and Side Project, ProCATStination. This is the third year that the breweries have collaborated on this beer and the first that Off Color has bottled. This year batch was brewed and blended by Off Color with from a blend of fresh wine barrels and matured barrel stock from Side Project all dosed with bugs from last year’s beer. This is brewed for Northdown Chicago’s annual fundraiser for the Wildcat Sanctuary.


Eeek! Release Day – 10-15


Off Color has announced the offical release day of their collaboration with Miller High Life, Eeek! The release will take place on October 15th at 11am at Off Color’s bottle shop.

Eeek! is an American Wild Ale brewed using the following process. Off Color blended all of their wild acidic and funky mixed cultures together with their house lactobacillus and set them loose on base Miler High Life wort. After a month of unregulated primary fermentation, they lagered Eeek! for an additional three weeks before bottling conditioning the beer with Champagne yeast. If that doesn’t sound like something you want to drink, you’re crazy!