Here's an excerpt of what our friends at DDB had to say about our latest release... "Horus is a maven of collabs and as a result of this far and wide Mendellian cross pollination, the genotypes have been varied. This punnet square is entirely within his own juice breeding. A blend of 11 different strong ales can produced varied results, but sometimes those SD docking juices make wonderful stout/Life hybrids like Analsmith’s reforged, St Archer Tusk and Grain Series or the classic Melange 3 which is currently turding it up in East LA Liquor stores priced at like $36.00..." Read more.. https://dontdrinkbeer.com/2018/03/10/horus-oceansides-11-is-tastefully-blended-so-pastryboiz-are-gonna-complain/
"One of Oceanside's newest beer companies sold its first bottles of beer to the public this week, but you probably didn't get one. Horus Aged Ales doesn't have a public tasting room, nor even the familiar stainless steel brew tanks visible at most brewing facilities. What it does have are a hundred oak barrels filled with beer and a prolific brewer who's worked with some of the industry's best, despite working full time as an aerospace industry accountant.."
"Oceanside's Eleven" is a blend of eleven different beers that were at least 9% Alc/Vol. aged in a Pappy Van Winkle barrel. The result is a complex 14% Alc./Vol. dark blended ale with hints of marshmallow, chocolate, vanilla, bourbon, oak, and dark fruit. This beer is very unique and like nothing else done before.
February 17th marks the 3rd annual WakeFest, the Miami-based beer festival thrown by J. Wakefield Brewery in Miami, Florida. With 100+ brewers, food, music, and bottles of J. Wakefield’s own lauded beer, it’s one of the country’s premier beer fests, and an experience worth the pilgrimage.