Tennessee Brew Works Set for Seasonal Return of Wildwood Flower

TNBrewWorkslogoTennessee Brew Works (Nashville, Tennessee) has announced that Wildwood Flower Honey Blonde Ale will officially begin its Seasonal release on February 16.

Meant to ease beer fans into the warmth and renewal of spring, Wildwood Flower is a Belgian-style Blonde Ale “derived from a classic Belgian Abbey yeast; accentuated by a floral, aromatic hop profile and commingled with a blend of the locally sourced Wildflower and Sourwood honeys.”  When all is brewed and done, those beautiful ingredients produce a “sophisticated” and refreshing experience that comes in at 6.8% ABV and 22 IBUs.

Wildwood Flower will officially release in the Tennessee Brew Works Taproom on February 16 and will hit distribution shortly thereafter.  You can expect to find this Seasonal release available in 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles and on draft at select craft beer establishments located within the brewery’s distribution footprint in North Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.  Prost!

Vital Information for Wildwood Flower from Tennessee Brew Works

Release – Seasonal, arrives mid-February 2018
Style – Blonde Ale
ABV – 6.8%
IBUs – 22
Added Ingredients – A blend of Wildflower and Sourwood honeys sourced from Del Rio, Tennessee’s Strange Honey Farm
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Tennessee & Kentucky
Fun Fact – On the label artwork: “Wildwood Flower Ale showcases one of Tennessee Brew Work’s original employees, Director of Sales, Danielle Daniel. A native Tennessean, Danielle was born in Cottontown and raised in Hendersonville. Danielle worked at renowned Nashville beer spots such as the Flying Saucer and Frugal MacDoogal, where she discovered her love for craft beer and became determined to work in the industry. In 2013, she met Tennessee Brew Works founder, Christian Spears, at the Flying Saucer while the brewery was still being built. Danielle’s driving influences of wanting to work within a local community, explore Nashville’s ever-expanding scenes, and produce distinct and delicious beer led her to Tennessee Brew Works. Her business savvy and dedication to the industry quickly set her apart, and Danielle became one of the first members of the Tennessee Brew Works family.”