Today, The Veil Brewing Feel Feelings, a helles lager, debuts in cans.
The Richmond, Virginia based brewery’s “Catboy” created Feel Feelings – his first recipe while working there. A pilot batch in the past, that was well received so the brewery scaled it up.
Super clean, easy drinking lager. Just a great representation of the style.
The Veil Brewing Feel Feelings is a 16 ounce can release on March 11th, along side Benjelz. Incidentally the first Saturday can release the brewery has ever held.
Style: Helles Lager
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Brewery only.
Debut (Cans): 3/11/17
Virginia runs on DIPA. The Veil Brewing Extra Kreme, a collaboration with Trillium Brewing, debuted this week.
Besides the fantastic branding, The Veil Brewing Extra Kreme is a collaboration with Massachusetts based Trillium Brewing. The hop bomb is an “oat” imperial IPA, brewed with Simcoe lupulin powder, Simcoe hop pellets, and Australian Enigma hops. Additionally, oat milk, oat flour and oat malt was used in the brew, making this beer silky smooth.
This beer is actually one of two collaborations created with Trillium Brewing recently. The hoppy one you see above, and a funky beer that has been racked to wine barrels. Debut to be announced.
Extra Kreme debuted Tuesday in the taproom, and as of Thursday, still available in 16 ounce cans.
Style: Imperial IPA (w/ Oat Milk, Oat Flour)
Availability: 16oz Cans
Richmond, Virgina’s The Veil Brewing is nearing their one year anniversary. Their cans have become beer lover gold. Soon, the brewery will be bottling as well.
Over the past year, co-founder Matt Tarpey and crew have been building a strong brand in Richmond’s “Scott’s Addition” area. The lines are out the door for can releases on Tuesdays. Destined not to rest on some pretty pretty dank IPAs, the brewery has been building a sour program. A wooden room above the tap room holds a coolship, and a few blocks over, barrels and barrels of sour beer are funking away, waiting for the big time.
This week, the brewery received their first shipment of bottles. A hint that sour beers are on the way to the public? We think so.
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The Veil Brewing will debut a new edition of their chocolate milk stout Hornswoggler, that has been conditioned on hundreds of pounds of Oreo cookies.
No need to worry about dunking this one. The brewers at The Veil Brewing has done it for you. 16 ounces cans of this decadent beer go on sale on Tuesday, January 24th, in the tap room. As you can probably imagine, thanks to the extended aging on Oreos, there are extra fermentable sugars left over in this beer. Keep it cold, and drink it fresh if you find yourself possessing these cans.
The Veil Brewing Hornswoggler with Oreos is available in 16 ounce cans. Other editions of this milk stout includes the base milk stout, and an edition with Coconut.
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The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient, part of the brewery’s Limited Release Series, debuts today in cans.
Using Veil’s house gose (known as Never), the brewery added a “crap load” of Montmorency cherries and black lava salt. Beer Street Journal had a taste of this beer earlier this week. The finished beer is very bright, with a very fresh cherry flavor, and a subtle tart finish. The color is absolutely stunning.
The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient is available in 16 ounce cans, in 4 packs at the brewery in Richmond, Virginia. $16 dollars each.
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