BALTIMORE — Heavy Seas Beer is excited to announce the next release from its 15 Barrel Brewhouse, Bottomless Bellini. This Bellini inspired ale is juicy, bright, and fizzy for all the fun without the stemmed glass. We’d like to think brunch is always better when it’s Bottomless. This Bellini inspired beer will be available in 4-packs of 16oz cans during a curbside can release from February 26th-28th.
“This beer is easy like Sunday morning,” says Heavy Seas Associate Brand Manager, Amanda Zivkovic. “It’s fruity, super juicy, and the perfect beer for brunching at home!”
Heavy Seas Brewmaster Christopher Leonard comments, “We had a lot of fun with the Mimosa version of Bottomless last year. We used enzymes, orange juice, citric acid and other cool techniques to produce a unique beer that just seemed to capture the flavor and spirit of a mimosa so well. It was a no-brainer to reprise it, but with a slightly different inspiration. So, Bellini was the inspiration, which demanded 164 pounds of peach puree in the fermentation. The beer is relatively dry, with a tart, fruity balance that is just right for a great brunch session”.
Bottomless label artwork was designed by local Baltimore artist, Chris Shiner, of Chris Shiner Art. All the taproom exclusive beer labels will be designed by Shiner in 2021.
About Heavy Seas Beer
Heavy Seas Beer was founded by Hugh Sisson in 1995 and has grown the business to become one of the most respected and award-winning craft breweries on the east coast. As the first pub brewer in Maryland, Hugh was responsible for the legislation that made brewpubs legal in the state. Now over two decades later, Heavy Seas is celebrating its 25th year of brewing independent craft beer in Baltimore. The brewery also continues to expand its beer portfolio, now producing 20 different beer styles and distributing to 17 states as well as Washington D.C. Heavy Seas was also named Beer Connoisseur Magazine’s 2017 Brewery of the Year. For more information, please visit www.hsbeer.com.
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