The AP One Thousand
The Ale Apothecary
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A Note on This Beer
Did you know you can make beer without boiling it? It’s true! People throughout the ancient world and the middle ages made their beer “raw” by gently heating it over a fire periodically or adding in hot stones. It’s a method that can yield a lot of flavorful complexity, though few brewers today dare tackle the painstaking process.
But, the folks at The Ale Apothecary aren’t afraid of a challenge. Bloomberg named them one of the Most Exciting Breweries in the Northwest because of the extreme dedication they put into their artisanal batches!
Today’s The AP One Thousand and One is a “hybrid Wild Ale,” brewed raw with mecca grade malt, honey, and yarrow plant for a swirl of florals, sweet clover, and hints of anise. The brewers also added a wealth of bright tangerine flavor and pineapple-like tanginess from fermentation on Norwegian kveik yeast.
Then, they went even further, and dry-hopped the brew with locally-grown Cascade Hops from Goschie Farms, for delicious nuances of pine and breezy citrus. You’re going to want to let each sip linger in order to really enjoy the depth of all the nature-inspired complexity.
As the brewers say about their ‘AP’ series, “The result is a wonderful sensory experience that is truly like no other you’ve had with any other beer.”
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