Ale Asylum marking 10 years with new barrel-aging program, pilot batch series

Photo via Ale Asylum Facebook

Photo via Ale Asylum Facebook

Ale Asylum, the popular Madison, Wisconsin, brewery, is best known for its straight-forward, by-the-book, well-made beers. But all that’s about to change, reports Badger Herald.

“This year will be the 10th anniversary for our company,” Hathaway Dilba, director of promotions for Ale Asylum, told the paper. “We’re excited to have some special beers coming out this year.”

Those special beers will be a result of several new initiatives being rolled out by Ale Asylum this year, including an extensive barrel-aged beer program and a pilot-batch program.

There will be six beers in this year’s barrel-aged program. In the pilot-batch program, Dilba says head brewer Dean Coffey will experiment with different hop and malt varieties for new IPAs and Belgian pale ales.

[H/T Badger Herald]

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