The Bruery Announces Return of Frucht: Cucumber

The Bruery (Orange County, California) has officially announced that Frucht: Cucumber will return for a Limited Release in June 2021.

The next release in The Bruery’s Frucht (pronounced frucked) Series “inspired by the heritage of Northern German brewers and the slightly tart beer typically with fruit added in the glass,” Frucht: Cucumber is a Berliner Weisse featuring “fresh cucumbers that were processed by hand and then added to . . . large oak foeders for secondary fermentation.” Coming in at 4.3% ABV, Frucht: Cucumber is a “fun, refreshing, summer sipper.”

“Funky and fresh describes this beer perfectly,” says Brand Director Caitie Gold. “I’ll be taking a 4-pack of this on a picnic with a charcuterie board and bowl of fresh ceviche. This really will be the beer you want to reach for all summer long”.

Frucht: Cucumber is rolling out now and will hang around only as long as supplies last. You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 16 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located in California, Washington D.C. and throughout the rest of The Bruery’s 28-state distribution area. Prost!

Vital Information for Frucht: Cucumber from The Bruery

Release – Limited/Frucht Series; June 2021
Style – Berliner Weisse
ABV – 4.3%
Treatment – Aged in foeders with hand-processed cucumbers
Availability – 16 oz. cans & draft
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