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Fullsteam Sparkling Pear Bottle Release


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Fullsteam Sparkling Pear

Last fall, local friends and family gathered 150 pounds of heirloom and backyard pears. It wasn’t until this spring that we had tank space to brew a beer from this harvest. This 9% sparkling ale is brewed with wit yeast and Northern Brewer hops. Sparkling Pear is not a funky farmhouse, but is more cider-like and dry as a bone. This is yet another “beer for people who think they don’t like beer.”

We're thrilled to collaborate with Sam's Quik Shop and South Durham Confection Company for a Friday retail release of our newest bottled offering. SDCC will be selling pear cookies, baking the pears used during fermentation straight in to the cookies. We'll be providing samples of Sparkling Pear and selling 750ml bottles of the tasty beverage. And, in Durham tradition, expect a food truck or two for this Friday from 4 to 6pm event!
      

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Fullsteam Brewing
Fullsteam is a Durham, North Carolina production brewery and tavern inspired by the agricultural and culinary traditions of the South. Our mission is to craft a distinctly Southern beer style using local farmed goods, heirloom grains, and Southern botanicals. Like what, you wonder? We're making beer with sweet potatoes, corn grits, summer basil, and malted barley house-smoked over hickory. Other successful "plow to pint" experiments to-date include beer brewed with scuppernong grapes, persimmon, paw paw, rhubarb and more.
Ultimately, our vision is for our best-selling beer to be year-round, sustainable, scalable, distinctly Southern beer, and brewed 100% with local ingredients. That's the quest. We're a long ways from realizing this vision, but we hope you enjoy the adventure as much as we expect to.

 





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