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DEBC Premiers Wealth and Taste at Common Table

by Steven Doyle

Deep Ellum Brewing Company just released Wealth and Taste which is barrel-aged Belgian golden strong ale made with Muscat grape juice much in the style as Duvel, with grapefruit peel, rose hips and chamomile flowers and partially aged in Missouri White Oak barrels that spent the last seven to eight years housing Chardonnay in Napa.         Continue reading

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Two New DEBC Beers Premiering This Month

Deep Ellum Brewing Company will launch two brand new beers to the market starting July 31st – one is a seasonal and one will join the year-round lineup for DEBC.  Yes, “Wealth and Taste” is a Rolling Stones reference (but also an homage to the originator of this style of beer – Duvel.  Duvel actually means devil in Flemish) and is a seasonal batch.  It was built in two 30 barrel batches – one batch was aged in Chardonnay barrels and one batch went through the normal fermentation process then they were blended together to get the balance they were looking for.  Continue reading

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