List of products by brand Atom Brewing
Open fermented with their house blend of yeast and bacteria and aged in oak barrels.
"Our new blended series came about so we can showcase how we take ingredients and techniques normally used to create other products such as wine and cider and apply those to our beers. First in the series is a beer/wine hybrid using Cab Sauv grapes from the Western slope of Colorado. We conducted a punch down on the grapes twice a day for two weeks and then let the beer rest on them for 6 months. We then removed the beer off the grapes and blended it once more with 25% of our golden sour base to create the final product."
"Farmhouse base beer aged for six months in neutral oak barrels. The beer was then moved to one of our custom built "Punch Down" barrels and added two pounds per gallon of figs. The fruit was punched down twice a day for two weeks then left to referment for two months."
"As part of the charity auction during the Denver Rare Beer Festival we offered up a brew day on our copper kettle. Our new friends Malia and Bryson Dunn were the lucky winners of that auction. Together we created Hop Farm. We took a straight forward 50/50 malt bill of wheat and pilsner malt and added eight hop additions during the boil. We chose the hops for their aromatic properties, not their bittering characteristics. This beer shows how you can layer in amazing hop character without creating a bitter hop bomb. Enjoy!"
"Golden sour ale aged in neutral wine barrels for a year. Then additional aging was done in a used Bourbon barrel from Black Canyon Distillery used to make their Colorado straight Bourbon whiskey, "Old Blue". In honor of this collaboration and the sad fact that Black Canyon is no longer in existence we decided to name this beer after the Bourbon that came from this barrel."
"Golden Sour base beer aged for 6 months in used Zinfandel barrels, then added two pounds per gallon of fresh Palisade peaches to the barrels for an additional 6 months. Finally, an additional pound per gallon of peaches were added for two more months prior to bottling."