Patagonia Provisions Long Root Wit Beer

Apr 1, 2019

Category: Vices

Sometimes the workday can seem endless, until that glorious moment when it hits beer o’clock. To help reward you after a long day on the grind, Patagonia Provisions is releasing a Northwest take on the classic Belgian-style Witbier called the Long Root Wit Beer.

Carefully brewed with orange peel and coriander for a citrus finish for your palette to absorb, Patagonia’s second beer release will hit the spot. It’s made with a perennial grain dubbed Kernza at the Land Institute, which is a non-profit, science-based research center in Kansas focused on creating an ecological agricultural system. The sustainable Kernza grain gives the Long Root Wit beer a distinct taste, as it uses less water compared to conventional wheat and takes in more carbon from the atmosphere. This delicious beer is made in small batches and sold in selects stores California, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado.

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