Migrating Eyes (Batch 2)
Anchorage Brewing Company
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A Note on This Beer
If Tavour was a bottleshop, today’s beer would have a “staff favorite” label below it, on the shelf.
Our writers are craft super fans who have the pleasure of tasting incredible beers from all over the country on a regular basis. So, when they find a beer exceptional, you know it’s a real stand out.
Tired Hands and Anchorage are two of the most raved about breweries in the country — both featured in Draft Mag’s 25 Breweries You Should Know. So, when they banded together to craft Migrating Eyes Peach Mixed Culture Saison, our writing squad drank up more of it than any other beer last year!
Today, we’re bringing it back. And, we discovered this new batch of Migrating Eyes is even brighter and fruiter than before.
Extra juicy, with a bold 7% ABV and a stonefruit-filled Saison base, the brewers used spelt for a rustic, full-bodied mouthfeel. Six pounds per gallon of real peaches and apricots combine with Tired Hands’ house culture for a mouthful of sweet, tangy bliss and a subtle kiss of fruity funk — like biting into ripe n’ drippy summer fruit picked right off the tree.
The brewers age Migrating Eyes for 10 months in their Missiouri Oak Foeder, so the woody, barrel-induced vanillins can add an extra-smooth layer of depth to the finish.
You can’t get Tired Hands outside of their PA taproom, which is infamous for lightning-fast release-day sellouts. And, you won’t find this beer outside of Alaska anywhere but here, thanks to our tight-knit relationship with Anchorage.
Search any trade forum, and you’ll find numerous craft fans (including our writers) searching for both of these breweries separately — so, just imagine what’ll happen when word gets out that this juicy peach collab is back! Luckily, you can get your share now and bypass all the chaos.
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. Anchorage Brewing Company is certified independent by the Brewers Association