Four New Beers Coming from Flying Fish


Brotherly Suds: Pharmhouse beer brewing with soft pretzels.

Flying Fish is setting a personal record in the next month as they are releasing four new beers, the first of which go on tap at the brewery today. Pescado Rojo is a hoppy red ale aged in Cuervo Tradicional 100% agave barrels. Less than 500 cases of the beer were produced and it is being released in the brewery’s Somerdale taproom till 8 pm today. The Pescado Rojo will be joined by two other tequila barrel-aged beers on tap.

Available exclusively at the Tasting Room is NJ 351 Barrel Aged Stock Ale. The beer is made from a portion of last year’s NJ 350 that was aged in Breckenridge Bourbon barrels.

On June 1st, Flying Fish is releasing Gone Fishin’, an IPA which promises big bitterness and even bigger hop nose. The Flying Fish team promises this will be unlike any of their other beers.

Also coming out of the brewery is Brotherly Suds 6: Pharmhouse, the collaboration beer that is brewed with the help of local brewers including Earth Bread+Brewery, Iron Hill, Nodding Head, Sly Fox, Troegs, Victory, Weyerbacher and Yards.  The beer is a saison combines beer and soft pretzels with flavors of salt and mustard. They even added soft pretzels to the mash. The first keg of Pharmhouse will be tapped on Friday, May 29th at Philly Beer Week’s Opening Tap.

And as if that isn’t enough, the New Jersey brewery has also released HopFish and Farmhouse Summer Ale in cans for the first time.

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