Strange Fellows Opens Sales for Fellowship 2017

2017-fellowship-poster.jpegStrange Fellows Brewing in Vancouver BC has opened up sales for their 2017 Fellowship programme. This special club provides members with access to exclusive limited release beers that will not be available to the general public.

A $175 ($150 for 2015 members) membership will get you:

  • 2 x 750 ml bottles of four releases, for a total of eight bottles
  • Preferential pricing on additional bottles
  • 15% off growler fills for the year
  • Fellowship shirt and 2017 patch
  • Access to two private Fellowship events

You have 2 Options When Purchasing the Fellowship:

  1. You can purchase a 2017 Fellowship (with all the rights and privileges listed above) + a 2015 Fellowship sampler, which will provide you with 2 beers from 4 different releases throughout the year (8 beers total), as well 1 beer from each of the four different 2015 Fellowship releases, and these 4 beers are available for pick-up starting Tuesday February 21st at 2:00pm
  2. You can purchase a 2017 Fellowship (with all the rights and privileges listed above) which will provide you with 2 beers from 4 different beer releases throughout the year (8 beers total).

I hear there might also be something in the works for people like me in Victoria. Stay tuned!

To sign up, follow this link.

2015 Fellowship Beers Included:

Greybeard:  This barrel-aged stock old ale is conditioned with two different Brattanomyces yeast strains. A style not widely known in this part of the world, it’s origins date back several hundred years to Burton-on-Trent, England’s most famous brewing region. Greybeard is 8% abv with a complex malty foundation and distinct Brett aroma and flavour.

Little Red One:  This West Coast Sour with black currants from the Fraser Valley, has been barrel-aged for over a year and is partially bottle conditioned. The currants lend berry character but with a dry herbal note (rather than sweetness) – kind of like walking on ground cover herbs on a very hot, dry summer day. There are aromas and flavours of oak, black tea, and tobacco.

Nocturnum Galactica:  Based originally on our Nocturnum Dark IPA, Nocturnum Galactica spent over a year in red wine barrels with Brettanomyces Claussenii.  As it aged we introduced Australian Galaxy as a barrel dry hop.  The brett dominates this beer with an up front sweet funk and the Galaxy enhances with an overall tropical character.

Boris Arabica:  This beer began with Boris, our much-loved Russian Imperial Stout. Instead of Bourbon barrels we tucked it away for a year in a mix of French and American oak red wine barrels. Then we set about blending small amounts of it with different coffee varieties until we settled on a blend of Arabica beans we feel complements and enhances this big beer. Boris was actually used to make a huge batch of cold brew.