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A Note on This Beer
The Infatuation LA says, “If you or someone you know is extremely into beer, and you haven’t made the trip to North Hills for Cellador, we’re really not sure what you’re waiting for. Go now.”
We know you’re extremely into beer, but you don’t need to fly out to Los Angeles. You can experience their oak-aged excellence when you score a bottle of today’s Le Con from our less-than-400-bottle stash!
The brewers made this year’s batch by blending a number of their Lambic-inspired Wild Ales, all aged in oak and fermented with Cellador’s fantastic, house mixed cultures. Then, they took that funky blend and infused it with Blenheim apricots, one of California’s rarest fruits.
Known for their tart skins and especially sugary-sweet flesh, these coveted apricots make the ideal partner for the base blend in today’s beer. They impart powerful, floral stone fruit essences into the aroma, and give each sip layers of tangy, fresh-picked apricot flavor. A delightful, woody funk and medium acidity back up every semi-sweet gulp, making Le Con incredibly interesting and totally refreshing.
Don’t wait to snag yourself a taste — this finely nuanced apricot Wild Ale only comes around once a year, and no future batch will ever taste quite like it.
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