Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, Brooklyn Brewery and Saranac in Utica have teamed up to brew a New York collaboration beer for the Brewers Association’s Savor beer and food pairing event in New York City on June 14-15.
Called New York Limited, the special beer is described by the brewers as a strong white lager—a wheat beer with spicing. It was brewed at Brooklyn Brewery. Fermented with lager yeast, the beer will be bottle-conditioned with ale yeast. New York state ingredients were used as much as possible, including honey, multiple spices, including lemon verbena, and New York State hops.
The brew will be presented as an exit gift to Savor attendees in a 750 ml corked and caged bottle.
New York Limited is the third consecutive year that a collaboration brew was produced for Savor. In 2011, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, of Milton, Del., and Boston’s Samuel Adams brewed Savor Flower, a 10 percent ABV, oak aged beer brewed with rose water. Last year, Boulevard Brewing Co. of Kanas City, and Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., of Chico, Calif., created Terra Incognita, which was brewed with Sierra’s estate grown malt and finished in Missouri oak barrels with Boulevard’s strain of the Belgian Brettanomyces yeast.
Tickets to Savor, which will take place at the Altman Building on West 18th St., remain available through Ticketmaster, according to the craft brewer trade group, sponsor of the event.