Goose Island Brewing (Chicago, IL ) preparing for the 2014 round of Bourbon County offerings. This year will see the re-release of one offering (or, at least a bit of a rendition of) a highly touted Bourbon County edition, Bourbon County Vanilla Rye.
It was 2010 when Goose Island released Bourbon County Vanilla. While that edition featured the base imperial stout, aged in Heaven Hill barrels with vanilla beans, this coming edition features the use of rye whiskey barrels. Two pounds of Mexican vanilla beans are in each barrel, sourced from four different distilleries.
The full Bourbon County line will include:
Typically, the brewery releases these offerings on Black Friday. To save you some time, that’s November 28th, 2014
More to follow closer to release date…
Goose Island Brewing (Chicago, IL) has a new stout on the docket. The Muddy Imperial Stout features the addition of brewer’s licorice.
Look for Goose Island The Muddy in 12oz bottles, in September – joining the brewery’s Imperial Series with Illinois Ale and The Odgen.
Goose Island SVE is in planning by the brewery.
More details to follow…
All spelling aside, Goose Island Recommended is on the radar from the Chicago based brewery.
Details to follow….
Goose Island Brewing (Chicago, IL) and Deschutes Brewing (Bend, OR) celebrate 25 years of brewing in a very special collaboration – Class of ’88. Each brewery has released an edition of the beer across their own markets.
Almost every beer has a story. Is is Class of ’88 as told by brewers who created it.
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