SPOKANE, USA — No-Li Brewhouse recently released Rosy Cheeks, a kettle-soured, Belgian-style ale that spent three years in a wheat whiskey barrel from Dry Fly Distilling. It has a refreshing citrus front end that’s balanced with the whiskey flavors and aroma of the barrel.
The brewery only produced about 240 total bottles of the Rosy Cheeks sour and they’re for sale at the No-Li pub only, for $14.99 each (limit 2 per customer). There are no plans to release any additional runs of this beer — when it’s sold out, it’s sold out, and the first 100 bottles were sold within the first two days of release last week.
Rosy Cheeks is the latest barrel-aged bottle released from No-Li, which houses a library of more than 75 barrels with beers in different stages of aging — the biggest such collection in the region. The brewery recently served six different barrel-aged beers at its No-Li FrostFest in December, an event that drew 2,100 people.