Last year, we told you about Patagonia and New Belgium’s California Route lager, a collaborative beer made to mark the outdoor-clothing company’s 40th anniversary.
Now, two revered Michigan companies—workwear manufacturer Carhartt and O.G. brewery New Holland—have teamed up to create a bourbon barrel-aged session beer called The Carhartt Woodsman. Beer Street Journal has the details:
At just 4.4% ABV, the pale ale is designed to be easy-going without sacrificing flavor; in addition to being aged in oak barrels, it’s also packed with local, Michigan-grown Cascade hops. The Carhartt Woodsman will come in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles and sold wherever you usually find your New Holland brews.