Rare Beer Tuesday presents the draft debut of Brett and No Mices

Image by Official 750mL bottle label, via Beerpulse

This Tuesday at 5 p.m., the Charleston Beer Exchange posse will present the non-brewery debut of Westbrook Brewing's latest barrel-aged beauty, Brett and No Mices, for this week's Rare Beer Tuesday.

This long-awaited beer is a Brettanomyces-fermented, dry-hopped Belgian Pale Ale aged in red wine barrels for 10 months. The peculiar name comes from CBX Store Manager, and frequent guest blogger at CHSBeer.orgBrandon "Old Time" Plyler. More specifically, it's named for a loose interpretation of how the North Carolinian once pronounced the aforementioned yeast genus.

Growler fills of this complex and very limited beer are first-come, first-serve. Keep your eyes peeled for a release of large-format bottles sometime soon...

Charleston Beer Exchange hangs tough at 14 Exchange Street downtown, and will be open regular hours all week, including the 4th.

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