We're happy to announce the re-release of Fantôme del Rey — farmhouse ale brewed with Belgian candi sugar, coriander, black peppercorns, & truffle honey in collaboration with Brasserie Fantôme in Soy, Belgium. We first brewed Fantôme del Rey with the legendary brewer Dany Prignon on a trip to Belgium in 2014. We then re-brewed it at Jester King in 2016. Six years later, we're excited to release it once again.
Fantôme del Rey was brewed with Hill Country well water, Texas-grown barley and wheat malt from TexMalt, organic Fuggles hops, Belgian candi sugar, coriander, and black peppercorns. It was fermented in stainless steel with our mixed culture, then re-fermented with truffle honey. We naturally conditioned it for four months in green bottles. We hope you enjoy this project of spontaneity that originally sprang to life on a trip to visit one of our inspirations eight years ago!
Available Wednesday, 9/14 at 2pm onsite and for pickup here. We have about 2,500 bottles available. 11 bottle limit per person. Shipping/delivery illegal in Texas.
Artwork by Joshua Cockrell. Photo by Regan Vaca.