"Fair Isle is going to be a big deal among beer drinkers come 2018."
- Draft Magazine
Awww shucks guys. Thanks! In the midst of all the other work needed to start a Brewery, it's nice to be reminded we can make exciting beer.
More from Draft Magazine:
Ellie’s [the beer's name] balance of bacterial funk, acidity and fruit is just outstanding, from the aroma of earthy pressed berries, hay bales, amaretto and hibiscus to the soft, winelike acidity found in the flavor. It’s like a glass of silky Malbec tasted alongside scoops of berry-topped vanilla Greek yogurt, with delicate winelike tannins and a lingering hint of cocoa.
Pivotal experiences are not easy to come by and at Fair Isle, the goal is to provide you with a connection to beer like you’ve never experience. We are a brewery in Seattle's urban core creating farmhouse beers rooted in the Pacific Northwest - opening beginning of 2018.
Today, farmhouse beer doesn't have to be brewed on a farm; it’s more about a mindset and respect for it’s origins. It’s about embracing variation rather than avoiding it and letting nature run it's course. We like to think of ourselves as shepherds rather than controllers - giving our mixed fermentation cultures the time they need to make great beer. We use local and seasonal ingredients to return to the provincial nature of brewing and to create community with those who make our beer possible.
If you’d like to learn more about our project - please contact us at: email@example.com
12/14/2016 - Jester King announced their partnership with us on on their media channels. Link
12/19/2016 - Draft Magazine published an interview with us online. Link
12/2020/16 - Washington beer blog announces Jester King and Fair Isle partnership. Link
12/21/2016 - Puget Sound Business Journal announces we are looking for property. Link
12/21/2016 - Seattle Eater announces Jester King and Fair Isle partnership. Link
2/17/2017 - CraftBeer.com Announces Fair Voyage - Collaboration beer with Fireweed. Link
4/16/2017 - "Fair Isle is going to be a big deal among beer drinkers come 2018." - Draft Magazine. Link