Not a huge fan of the artwork on the Jester King labels but I have to admit the liquid within is usually pretty tasty and I like the chutzpah of the extremely long name. Which translates from German to English as, “collaboration beer with Czech hops, wild yeast, and bacteria”. The partner in this farmhouse beer is Live Oak from Austin, known for their German/Czech beers. And I also like that this was brewed in one brewery and the yeast added in another. I know how hard logistics can be with beer so the fact that they added this extra step is pretty cool. And as I mention, repeatedly, I hope to see bottles in LA if Texas doesn’t buy it all up.