Garden Path Fermentation releases The Fruitful Barrel Raspberries

garden path fermentation the fruitful barrel raspberries


You do know about Garden Path Fermentation, right? Located in Burlington, near the airport, Garden Path cranks out some of the best wild ales you’ll find anywhere. And I do mean anywhere. The focus is on local ingredients, including local, native yeast. The beers are delicate, refined, flavorful, interesting, creative, and delicious. The kind of beers that exhaust my list of superlatives.

Garden Path Fermentation just announced the release of a very special beer. If you ask me, they are all very special beers, but this is one… oh momma! Here’s the release information from the brewery, including the ever-important instructions for getting some of it.

Garden Path Fermentation Releases The Fruitful Barrel Raspberries, a Celebration of Skagit Valley Summer Days

Burlington, Wash., December 17, 2020. Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest beer, The Fruitful Barrel Raspberries, a native yeast ale refermented on Skagit Valley raspberries and conditioned with local blackberry honey. This beer is highly aromatic and is brimming with beautiful raspberry flavor, finishing bright and slightly tart.


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Aged in the bottle for nine months, The Fruitful Barrel Raspberries will be available for sale at Garden Path’s taproom on Friday, December 18, in 500ml and 1.5L magnum formats. It will also be carefully distributed throughout the region and beyond.

Please visit our online store at http://shop.gardenpathwa.com for local pickup, regional delivery, and in-state shipping or email us to inquire about availability in your area.

About Garden Path Fermentation


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Located in the beautiful rural Skagit Valley in Northwest Washington, Garden Path Fermentation makes hyperlocal beer, mead, cider, and wine only using ingredients sourced from our own backyard. We exclusively use Skagit-grown grain, fruit and honey, Pacific Northwest hops, and ferment all of our products in oak with 100% native Skagit yeast. Our process draws on old-world brewing and winemaking techniques from a variety of traditions, which we reinterpret and adapt to take maximum advantage of the Skagit Valley’s abundant resources and temperate climate. Visit http://gardenpathwa.com for more information or follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @gardenpathwa.



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