Sibling Revelry Brewing, the Westlake, Ohio-based craft brewer, is releasing their new seasonal Cherry Wit this spring. The Belgian-style white will be available in 6-pack cans in Northeast Ohio, as well as in 15.5 gallon kegs and 5.16 gallon sixtels sold primarily to bars and restaurants.
Cherry Wit was originally brewed on Sibling Revelry’s pilot system back in July, yielding limited barrels that quickly sold out due to high demand.
Brewed with sweet and tart cherry purees, Cherry Wit has a semi-tart flavor and a crisp dry finish. With a low 4.1% ABV, the beer was brewed as a light and refreshing beer to compliment the spring season.
“We’ve been brewing stronger, more robust beers over the past several months, so we wanted to release a beer that was tasty and crushable,” says Brewmaster Pete Velez. “Our winter seasonal Belgian Strong Ale release was robust with a strong alcohol mouthfeel. This beer is the opposite of that. It has very refreshing cider-like qualities.”
Sean Kennedy, one of Sibling Revelry’s founders, says Cherry Wit fills a small void in the Cleveland area brewer’s lineup. “This release is a very solid addition to Sibling Revelry’s can offerings. We have our IPA, Rowan’s American Red Ale, and Swing State Pale Ale – all traditional styles, but we were missing a light wheat ale that could appeal to an even larger audience. It fills a certain absence of an easygoing, less hoppy beer.”
About Sibling Revelry Brewing
Sibling Revelry Brewing is a family owned production brewery and tasting room located in Westlake, Ohio. The Sibling Revelry taproom features 16 craft beers on tap, a rotating selection of visiting food trucks and facility tours. The Sibling Revelry production facility features a 30-barrel system and canning line that self-distributes throughout Northeast Ohio.