For Batch 1, all three breweries brewed the same beer at their separate breweries, fermented that beer with their own mixed culture, and then aged the beer in sherry barrels. The main distinction between Batch 1 and Batch 2 of Cerveza Sin Frontera is the barrels in which the beer rested. This batch of Cerveza Sin Frontera aged in cognac barrels as opposed to the sherry barrels used for Batch 1.
Batch 2 of Cerveza Sin Frontera will be released this Friday when the tasting room opens at 4pm. It will be available by the glass and in bottles to go (750mL/$22). There is no bottle limit. Around 1,600 bottles were made. We do not anticipate distribution of this beer.