It's official, now everyone can get a taste of Little Bitch Otter.
Hundreds of people lined up to be among the first to sip Crooked Fence's new brew May 29, not only for it’s strong, hoppy taste but for its "endearing" moniker.
The beer was tapped at a special party at downtown Boise's Prefunk and within the first half-hour, Lttle Bitch Otter was already beginning to run dry. But fans can still purchase bottled servings and T-shirts sporting the logo of a cowboy otter.
“If we had more time to think about it, we probably would have made an extra bitter,” said Kelly Knopp, owner and marketing director of Crooked Fence. “But we were planning on making the India Brown Ale anyways, it was the perfect timing; we had the beer in tank, so we ended up calling it Little Bitch Otter.”
Knopp said that the brewery doesn’t generally take a political stance, but this was an issue they felt strongly about.
“We’re definitely there for equality and we’ll serve anyone that’s there for equality,” Knopp said.