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Purpose Brewing & Cellars Debuts First Large-Scale Can Release

Elijah Rivera

Purpose Brewing & Cellars is looking forward to warmer weather with their first ever large can release. While they have had small batch can releases that were available in their taproom and self distributed in very limited quantities around Fort Collins, this will be the first time they are working with a distributor to get their canned beer into the Denver metro area market.

Helmed by Peter and Frezi Bouckaert, and Mike Hiatt, Purpose Brewing and Cellars is known for their culinarily inspired, constantly changing taproom exclusives making this distributed can release a welcome and somewhat unexpected herald of Spring. The straw golden and aptly named Feijoa was brewed with a generous amount of feijoa, a fruit they sourced from New Zealand. It is dry, hoppy and has a refreshing citrus pith character, which makes it a great pairing for cookouts and refreshing a hiking buddy.

Fresh cans of Feijoa. Photo credit: Purpose Brewing and Cellars

Along with Feijoa, they are releasing Smoeltrekker #081 in cans as a taproom exclusive. Smoeltrekker is their signature barrel-aged series, and Smoeltrekker #081 is a cocoa husk infused, garnet-hued ale that was aged in a Laws Whiskey House barrel that previously housed ruby port. As of February 25, both beers will be available in their taproom. Feijoa is available in six-packs and on draft, and Smoeltrekker #081 is only available in cans. Keep an eye out for Feijoa hitting the shelves in Fort Collins and Denver in early March.

For more information on these can releases and their other offerings, visit Purpose Brewing & Cellars.

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