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Odd Breed Wild Ales

Odd Breed Wild Ales is a small brewery focused on the production of wild ales and fa Show More

Odd Breed Wild Ales is a small brewery focused on the production of wild ales and farmhouse ales in Pompano Beach, Florida. At Odd Breed Wild Ales, all of our beers are fermented with our unique mixed culture of wild yeast and bacteria, and aged in oak barrels. We make beers inspired by our favorite Lambics and Farmhouse ales of Belgium, yet our focus is on creating unique barrel aged wild ales, many of which utilize Florida’s vast array of fresh citrus and tropical fruit. Our beers are driven by experimentation and curiosity—we aren’t afraid to brew something atypical, but we also aren’t afraid to dump bad beer. We don’t brew trendy or gimmicky beer; we don’t use food coloring, and you will never see the words ‘natural flavors’ on any of our beers because we don’t use flavor extracts. When we use fruit, we use whole fruit, rather than concentrates or purees. Brewing on the small, artisanal level is our passion, because it allows us to brew the beers we love. We don’t skimp on ingredients or process, and our products take months and sometimes years before they are ready. Our beer is not easy to make and it is very labor intensive, but we think it is worth the effort. We hope you like to drink the beers we like to make! Our taproom is open to the public, and we offer tours by appointment. Thursday: 4-9 pm Friday: 4-10 pm Saturday: Noon-10 pm Sunday: 1-6 pm Show Less

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South Florida breweries Barrel of Monks, Odd Breed partner up to make wild beer science

Phillip Valys

By Phillip Valys

South Florida Sun Sentinel|

Jul 30, 2019 at 8:10 AM

Barrel of Monks Brewing in Boca Raton is the new co-owner of Odd Breed Wild Ales in Pompano Beach. Odd Breed owner Matt Manthe (far left) poses with Keith DeLoach, Bill McFee and Kevin Abbott (second, third and fourth from left). Odd Breed co-owner Daniel Naumko (far right) left the company in July.

Here’s an unexpected beer pairing: independent breweries Barrel of Monks in Boca Raton and Odd Breed Wild Ales in Pompano Beach are partnering up.

The beermakers behind Barrel of Monks, which specializes in Belgian-inspired brews, are the new co-owners of Odd Breed, which brews more experimental ales.

For Odd Breed owner Matt Manthe, the deal means upgrades at Odd Breed (50 NE First St., Pompano Beach), including longer opening hours, more food trucks and access to Barrel of Monk’s distribution network. Eventually they hope to expand the 2,500-square-foot taproom.

For Barrel of Monks, already much larger at 10,000 square feet, the deal means “crazy, cool” beer collaborations with Manthe, says Keith DeLoach, a Barrel of Monks co-owner and brewer.

“Matt is brilliant, so that’s good for us,” DeLoach says. “With his expertise, we’ll be coming out with some cool new offerings, and we got some big plans in place over the next 12 to 18 months as he takes advantage of our brewhouse.”

Manthe says he teamed with Barrel of Monks after his longtime Odd Breed partner, Daniel Naumko, left the company in July. Unable to buy out Naumko’s shares in Odd Breed, Manthe called the Boca Raton brewery to strike a deal.

“We’re already good friends and our brewing styles are very similar, anyway,” Manthe says. “All of our beer is steeped in the Belgian tradition of old farmhouse-style ales, just like [Barrel of Monks].”

For now, Manthe says, Barrel of Monks and Odd Breed will stay autonomous, but drinkers may notice subtle differences at each brewery. Odd Breed and Barrel of Monks will sell each others beer in their tasting rooms, and collaborate on special-release bottles. Meanwhile, Odd Breed will gain stronger distribution muscle, with new beers slated to ship to Georgia, Kansas and Colorado, he says.

Under their new partnership, Barrel of Monks in Boca Raton and Odd Breed Wild Ales will share brewing equipment and band together to brew Belgian-style and experimental wild ales.

For both Odd Breed and Barrel of Monks, craft beer represents science in a glass. Manthe, who has a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and a brewing degree from Berlin, grows wild strains of yeast and bacteria that he later ages in French-oak and cabernet barrels. Meanwhile, Barrel of Monk’s co-owner Matthew Saady, by day a radiologist in Delray Beach, grows experimental lab cultures for his roster of Belgian brews.

Barrel of Monks is located at 1141 S. Rogers Circle, No. 5, in Boca Raton. Call 561-510-1253 or go to BarrelofMonks.com. Odd Breed Wild Ales is located 50 NE First St., in Pompano Beach. Call 754-220-6099 or go to OddBreed.com.

Sours: https://www.sun-sentinel.com/entertainment/restaurants-and-bars/drinking/fl-et-barrel-monks-boca-buys-odd-breed-pompano-beach-20190730-i7jeba7kozaqlbdlucu7xgoa4q-story.html
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Odd Breed Wild Ales is a small brewery focused on the production of wild ales and farmhouse ales in Pompano Beach, Florida. At Odd Breed Wild Ales, all of our beers are fermented with our unique mixed culture of wild yeast and bacteria, and aged in oak barrels. We make beers inspired by our favorite Lambics and Farmhouse ales of Belgium, yet our focus is on creating unique barrel aged wild ales, many of which utilize Florida’s vast array of fresh citrus and tropical fruit.

Our beers are driven by experimentation and curiosity—we aren’t afraid to brew something atypical, but we also aren’t afraid to dump bad beer. We don’t brew trendy or gimmicky beer. We don’t skimp on ingredients or process, and our products take months and sometimes years before they are ready. Our beer is not easy to make and it is very labor intensive, but we think it is worth the effort. We hope you like to drink the beers we like to make!

Sours: https://www.oddbreed.com/
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Odd Breed Wild Ales Brewer & Owner Matt Manthe Talks Past & Future

We spoke with Odd Breed Wild Ales Brewer & Owner Matt Manthe about Past & Future.

BC: Who came up with this beer’s recipe?
This was one was mine.

BC: What’s your favorite aspect of this beer (flavor, aroma, etc.)?
To me, a beer like this is all about balance, complexity and drinkability. I don’t make a beer with superlatives in mind. This beer could have more oak character, more acidity or more funky Brett notes. But mixed-culture saison should not be made with a heavy-handed approach, which seems all too common in many other American beers. What I really like about this beer is that each sip offers a new flavor that keeps me coming back and wanting more.

BC: Where does this beer’s name come from?
I named this beer as a reference to what saison may have been like in the past, and what I think it should be. In the present, it seems that most saison is made with a single strain of saccharomyces cerevisae, and in the U.S. especially, is often way over-spiced and sometimes finishes sweet. To me, this does not resemble saison. The saisons of the past are what intrigue me, and I hope future iterations of the style are more similar to older examples. 

BC: Is this your “desert island beer?”
Yes, absolutely!

BC: Can you describe this beer in 10 words or less?
Citrusy with balanced French oak tannins and tropical Brett funk

BC: Do you know a story – or have a personal story – that revolves around this beer?
To me, beers like this are perfect for Florida. The heat and humidity do not make an ideal environment for IPAs or imperial stouts, yet those styles are exceedingly common in the sunshine state. If I’m at the beach, by the pool, or doing anything outside, I want a refreshing saison or wild ale. This is one of the least-popular beers I make, but it’s my personal favorite.  

BC: What's a good food pairing for this beer?
This beer pairs perfectly with grilled grouper, sunshine and a warm Florida patio. 


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Sours: https://beerconnoisseur.com/articles/odd-breed-wild-ales-brewer-owner-matt-manthe-talks-past-future

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