Style: American Wild Ale
Special Notes: Aged on Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc Grapes. Collaboration with New Jersey’s Carton Brewing Company.
Hops: Aged hops
Malts: Malted Oats, Pilsner, C20, Crystal Oats, Raw Wheat
@untappd says: 3.89/5
I love a good collaboration brew, don’t you?
Trillium Brewing Company makes some pretty badass beers on their own, so I like to think they choose their collaboration partners extremely carefully. That’s why when I saw today’s brew on the available list at Trillium Canton, I knew I had to have it.
The Brimming Bin is a collaboration between Trillium and New Jersey’s Carton Brewing Company. Carton was started in 2011 by cousins Augie and Chris Carton, and is located in the Jersey Shore. They’ve been fist pumping out the good beers since then, and are known for their signature orange and white cans.
The Brimming Bin is a very interesting beer. It’s an American Wild Ale aged on both Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc grapes. It’s slightly sour, and very fizzy. Because of the grapes, I got a pretty nice white wine type flavor and dryness from it. Really pretty color, and a pretty hefty ABV for a Wild Ale! It’s brimming with flavor, crisp and refreshing too.
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