Victory Village Episode 3: Come and get it!

Smoldering, fruity flavor emerge brightly from this brown ale, contributed from three directions as juicy British malt, energetic British yeast and fruity robust One Village Smart Blend coffee converge. get ready for characters of black raspberry to emerge from this refreshing and satisfying ale. 

Watch the evolution of Victory Village, check out the earlier episodes:

Episode 1: Collaboration is King

Episode 2: Cupping at One Village Coffee

Well, it finally happened. After months of plotting and planning and collaborating the Victory Brewing Co. and One Village Coffee project, here and after referred to as Victory Village, is finally being released to the public.

This coffee beer is not like your typical coffee beer in that we (Victory + One Village) decided to steer clear of the heavier stout or porter style and really expose the coffe flavor through a British style Brown Ale. The result: A coffee beer like no other. You have to taste it to believe it. It’s a beautiful, and uniquely balanced, combination of coffee and beer. Not too much beer to muddle the coffee flavor, not too much coffee to make an ‘adult’ Starbucks product.

It’s been a pleasure to work with the One Village team and are proud to support their unique vision of creating a ‘not-just-for-profit’ roasting house that supports the communities of their suppliers in developing countries around the globe. 

Are you still reading this? Why? Get on down to the Victory Brewpub in Dowingtown, PA starting now through September 2010 to try some for yourself (Victory Village will have a very small distribution in the PA + NY markets, we’ll post locations as we get word). Once their won’t be anymore for quites  some time so don’t miss it if you have a chance to try it. 

Details:
Beer type: Ale
Alcohol: 5.1% abv
Composition: Three English 2 row malts and two varieties of European whole flower hops 

One Response to Victory Village Episode 3: Come and get it!

  1. Joe Kane September 3, 2010 at 2:02 AM #

    "get ready for characters of bleach raspberry to emerge from this refreshing and satisfying ale. "

    Bleach raspberry? Really? I hope not.

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