Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is getting ready to release the next offering in the Brick Mason Series – Brother Leo. Leo is the follow up to recently released Three Bagger Tripel, aged in Cruzan rum barrels.
Many of the Brick Mason offerings are barrel aged, however Brother Leo won’t. As the brewery tells Beer Street Journal – “No barrel aging, but there are some badass hops in this one, like Amarillo, Falconer’s Flight, Chinook, Australian Summer, and Magnum.”
Rehearse your Gregorian chants, don your monastic habits and take your vows to the lost order of Brother Leo, devoted to the solitary contemplation of the ancient brew mysteries. Your new-found devotion to drink this heavenly combination of Belgian and American grains and its mild spiciness, moderate fruity esters, and boldly hoppy notes of citrus, pine and lemon, encourages sacrifice from the worldly distractions of lesser beers to worship in unity with this inspired brew.
Style: Belgian-style India Pale Ale
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft.
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is bring back the 22oz bottle with the addition of Matcha Super Green Yuza IPA.
For this new IPA, the brewery is using green tea from Rishi Tea, the same providers of chai from recent Sacred Cow Chai Milk Stout.
“Resolve your yin and yang and awaken your true brew destiny with this IPA infused with Rishi Matcha Super Green Yuzu tea. Earthy, grassy, and bright citrus notes balance on a katana blade with the nimble touch of sweet honey malt. Take a sip and honor the Super Matcha warrior spirit within, unleashing the strength, vitality, and fortune of a true brew ninja.”
Artwork was done by local Atlanta comic artist James Cory Webster. Expect this one-off offering mid summer.
7.8% ABV, 65 IBUs
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) has released their newest offering in their Brick Mason Series, Three Bagger Tripel.
For this release, the brewery created a 9.5% Belgian-style tripel and aged it for six months in Cruzan rum barrels. Available in limited quantities in 12oz bottles and draft.
Red Brick’s Tyler Cates gives Beer Street Journal readers a minute rundown on this boozy newbie.
For this video, I decided to do something a little different. A little round table discussion about how a beer was thought up, brewed and named.
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) just launched a draft only offering – Holy Brother Belgian Stout. In this video, you’ll see how the brewery conceptualized Holy Brother, and see a little fun insight to how the beer became real. Especially the history meets Denzel Washington angle. Watch it and see.
Holy Brother Belgian Stout is only available on draft in Georgia, to show a little home state love.
Style: Belgian Imperial Stout
Availability: Draft only. One time release. Georgia Only.
Last week, Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) filled rum barrels with their Belgian-style tripel ale. 3 Bagger Belgian-style Tripel is aging safely in the brewery.
Recently, the brewery released Beard Envy, a bourbon barrel aged barleywine in the Brick Mason Series. in 2014, Red Brick plans on expanding the series with more barrels and new styles.
Look for Red Brick 3 Bagger later this spring/early summer.
The above art is another in a series of specialty art pieces by Atlanta artist Mr. Jert.
Almost the entire staff at Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) knows how to brew/home brew. The brewery holds employee brew-offs every so often, winner gets some hefty bragging rights around the tap room.
It is that kind of innovation that led to the discover of a recent seasonal, Sacred Cow Chai Tea Stout. An experimental internal recipe was found to be quite amazing.
Atlanta’s oldest brewery has gotten a new 3 barrel fermenter. That means more experimental brews, and more interesting seasonals to come.
Mark my words.
Read more: Red Brick Brewing News
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) will have a new barrel aged offering on the shelves in the southeast this week. Beard Envy is the brewery’s barrel aged barley wine.
Brewers Garett Lockhart and Steve Anderson have been kicking around around the idea of barrel aging a barley wine for more than a year. After finishing off the 20th Anniversary Imperial Stout, they knew it was time for that brew. The name, was on accident.
If you’ve spent anytime at all around craft beer, you know that there are a lot of beards running around. Garett has openly admitted that his beard growing skills leave much to be desired. He has “beard envy.” The rest is now history.
Beard Envy is 9+% English-style barley wine aged in tertiary use Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels. The final result is worth it. A beer that balances flavors of both the base beer and the barrel. Available now for a limited time.