Off Color Brewing to Debut Next Week

Off Color Brewing will be the latest local brewery featured at Binny’s upon making their debut next week. Off Color’s founding fathers are Goose Island alum John Laffler and Two Brothers alum Dave Bleitner. That is some serious brewing pedigree, and we are seriously excited for their new beers. Bleitner was a brewer at Two Brothers, and Laffler was pretty much in charge of Bourbon County Stout while working at Goose Island. Need we say more?


 
Off Color is named for their commitment to produce obscure beers, not classic American styles. Laffler was quoted in the Chicago Tribune saying “If you go into Binny’s, there are 50 well-made (India pale ales). Why the hell would you throw your hat in that ring? Plus this is what we’re more interested in.”

 

Sticking to his word, Laffler and Bleitner will introduce two uncanny beers into Binny’s next week. Below are the descriptions provided by the duo:

 

Troublesome (Blended Wheat Beer)
Off Color Troublesome“Most brewers spend a lot of time and effort keeping lactobacillus out of their breweries; it was the first thing we brought in (it still has to stay in the corner though). We blend together two different beers to make Troublesome. The first is a somewhat uninteresting wheat beer and the second is an overly acidic & funky beer fermented solely with lactobacillus. We blend the two beers together with coriander and salt at the tail end of fermentation to create a mild, lemony tartness and a fuller sensation of mouthfeel. And yes, it’s hard to make.”

 

Off Color ScurryScurry (Dark Honey Ale)
“This surprisingly dry beer retains all the aroma and nuance of honey (from bees) and molasses (not from bees) creating a perception of sweetness through cool, controlled fermentation. Because we’re sweet enough damn it.”

 

Look for both of these offerings in six-packs for $9.99 at your local Binny’s location next week.

 

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