1251 Dalzell St
Shreveport, LA 71103
Come What Mayhaw was the very first sour beer produced by Great Raft. It’s been three long years since, but on Saturday, September 21, Come What Mayhaw is back for a limited time.
This golden sour spent over a year in oak, then conditioned with 1200 lbs of mayhaws . The result is a fruit forward sourness, accented by balanced acidity from various bacteria and expressive oaky tannins.
750 ml bottles and draft will be available in the tasting room on Saturday, September 21st at 12 PM. Bottles are $20 and 10 oz draft pours are $5. No growlers. No samples.
What is a mayhaw? It’s a small, tart, berry-sized fruit that come from mayhaw trees grown in Southern bayous along the Texas / Louisiana / Arkansas border. They look similar to a cranberry and are usually fruity and tart. They are often too tart to eat raw, so many people use them to make jelly…or beer.
Food available from St. Laurent SHV from noon til 6.
Then Sal’s pizzeria from 6 til 10.
Can’t make it to the brewery on release day? For the first time ever, we are pre-selling some bottles of this extremely limited beer. If you are subscribed to our newsletter, you should have received an email around 8 am CT on 9/17, with information detailing how you can be the first to buy your tickets. Otherwise, bottles will be available to the general public for purchase on Friday, 9/20 from 7-10 am CT. All the details can be found at the link below.