Tired Hands and Aldine Deepen Relationship


Scentless and Senseless, a beer inspired by Tired Hands resident musician, Mike Lorenz. Available at Aldine.

Aldine and Tired Hands Brewing Company are deepening their relationship. George and Jennifer Sabatino’s restaurant has featured beers from the Ardmore brewery in the past but now they are offering especially rare Tired Hands brews. The beers are available via 500 milliliter bottles and 10-ounce pours. These are the beers that create hours long lines outside the Ardmore brewery. But now limited quantities will be exclusively available at Aldine at 19th and Chestnut.

Because the beers are of limited edition, the selection will change.

These are the first two Tired Hands beers exclusive to Aldine:

  • Parageusia 5 – a sour, wild-fermented ale brewed with oat malt and high dried malt and then aged for a year in cabernet franc barrels. This particular beer, the result of a collaboration with Christian Zellersfield, is starkly dry and rich with red berries, watermelon, fresh bread, and earth.
  • Scentless & Senseless – an oat-based, oak-fermented saison, this beer is inspired by the music of Mike Lorenz, Tired Hands’ resident jazz musician and the only source of live music at the Fermentaria. It is intensely dry-hopped with Equinox and Mosaic and fermented in French oak foudres.

Aldine will be offering 4-ounce pours of these featured beers for $10, and the bottle price ranges from $30 to $35

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