Inside an old barn in the middle of a working farm, Soul Squared head brewers, Jay Shambo and Aaron Gray are revolutionizing the way we obtain and drink local beer.
To get Soul Squared’s whole line of beers, one must purchase a yearly share in their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Members will receive a case of bombers filled with a new beer every month. Soul Squared only has three beers that are distributed by conventional means to local liquor stores and bars: their Belgian Blond, American Brown Ale, and Extra Pale Ale. Soul Squared seems to understand the excitement of experimentation and exclusivity, so if you are not a CSA member, you will miss out on their ever-changing monthly beer.
Everything Soul Squared does is built on community and local sustainability; the wheat and grains are from local Northern Colorado farms, and even the barley is malted in Colorado. 2016 members will start off the new year with bombers of the Scottish 80 Shilling that incorporates raisin and plum fruit notes. The rest of the line up sounds equally as appealing with a Belgian Golden Strong Ale, Belgian Quad, and a Honey Hibiscus Saison scheduled for June. Experience community supported agriculture and brewing at its best by purchasing a share in Soul Squared’s bountiful boozy crop.
For more info, visit soulsquaredbrewing.com