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New Oyster Ale Craft Beer Introduced Into Market
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Peanut butter and jelly. Ham and cheese. Oyster shells and beer. Wait. What?
Petersburg-based Trapezium Brewing Co. and The Boathouse restaurant, with locations in Chesterfield, Short Pump, and Rocketts Landing, have teamed up to create The Boathouse Oyster Ale.
The new brew will be featured at Friday night pop-up Trapezium Beer Dinner at The Boathouse at Sunday Park. Ahead of the event, Trapezium Brewing Co. head brewer James Frazer answered some questions about the new beer, the partnership with The Boathouse, and Central Virginia’s growing beer scene.
CBS 6: What’s the story behind the partnership between Trapezium Brewing Co. and The Boathouse?
James Frazer: The Boathouse is opening a really cool new restaurant in Hopewell, which is not far from us, and in a town, like Petersburg, that is up and coming. Mike Avery [the Boathouse Beverage Director] came to see us at Trapezium to try our beer and talk about a house beer we could work on together.
We kicked around ideas and decided on using the oyster shells he serves in his restaurants to create a full-circle dining experience. We also wanted to create a beer that is easy to drink that would be paired with all types of seafood, or enjoyed by itself.
CBS 6: Sounds fun. But… does the beer taste like oysters?
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