Finch's Beer Company Begins Barrel Aged Beer Program

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Barrel aged specialties set to be distributed in 2014.

Finch's Beer Company will begin full batch production of its barrel aged beer program in September. This program will utilize full 30 barrel batches of Finch's Pig in the Wood, a barrel aged version of the mainstay Fascist Pig Ale, and Stache in the Wood, a barrel aged version of the popular Secret Stache Stout. These specialty beers will be available in April and May of 2014 and will be distributed in several states for the first time.

Finch's has released several small batch versions dating back to its Dirtier Bird, a barrel aged version of the draft-only Dirty Bird Doppelbock offered in 2011. This barrel aged specialty won a gold medal at the Festival of Barrel Aged Beers (FOBAB) in Chicago.

Finch's has plans to release a complete line-up of barrel aged beers and will regularly feature barrels in their new 12,000 square foot Chicago warehouse.

About Finch’s Beer Co.

Since production began in April 2011, Finch’s Beer Co. has been committed to artfully brewing quality craft beer in Chicago. Highly regarded for using the best ingredients in an environmentally responsible setting, Finch’s is led by five core beers: Golden Wing Blonde Ale, Cutthroat Pale Ale, Threadless IPA, Secret Stache Stout, and Fascist Pig Ale. These styles, as well as limited-edition specialties, add to an ever-growing list of unique beers. With an expanded facility established in 2013 and plans for a new brewery and tasting room by 2016, Finch’s is on pace to be one of the largest microbreweries in the Midwest.

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