Departed Spirit recently took first in Atlanta’s Secret Stash Bash in March. Above, oran Van Ginderacther and brewery founder Brian Purcell celebrate the top spot.
Beer Street Journal sampled Three Taverns Departed Spirit this week, and can safely say, we are excited. The beer has a great bourbon to stout balance. The barrels don’t over power the greatness that Theophan the Recluse is.
Expect Three Taverns Departed Spirit in 750ml bottles in late April. The artwork will remember Heavy Bells, their bourbon barrel quad.
Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) will unveil a new Imaginarium Project release and collaboration today – Dubbel Shot. Shot is a Belgian-style oatmeal coffee dubbel.
Three Taverns partnered with Thrive Farmers, a coffee farmer-direct supply chain. Thrive Farmers provides a sustainable, continuous income at prices that will allow farmers to have a better standard of living for their families.
A 2014 creation to first emerge from the Imaginarium Project, Dubbel Shot, and 8% Belgian-style oatmeal coffee Dubbel launches from the Parlour this weekend. First pouring on Friday evening from 5:30-8:00 during tours + tastings. On Saturday afternoon, Thrive will join us during the official release from 2:30-4:30. Dubbel Shot will release to market on draft next week as a limited offering
The Imaginarium Project is a series of experimental releases created by the small brewery staff. Some releases could see full scale production in the future. Three Taverns Dubbel Shot debuts today at the brewery.
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Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) advances their new Imaginarium Project at the brewery this weekend. The project is designed to unleash the creative energies and imaginations of the brewery’s five employees.
This weekend’s release features Theophan the Recluse infused with serrano peppers, cocoa nibs, vanilla bean + cinnamon sticks. These unique offerings could be future full scale releases by Three Taverns.
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Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) will launch The Imaginarium Project in January, 2015. The project is designed to unleash the creative energies and imaginations of the brewery’s five employees.
Three Taverns will implement their pilot brewing system dubbed “Genesis” to create new and unusual brews that will debut in the tasting room during weekly tours. Depending on the feedback and success of these creations, some could see the big time in full brewery production.
Additionally, Three Taverns has ordered new fermenters that will double their capacity. The fermenters are expected to be delivered in February, 2015.
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Last year was the debut of Three Taverns (Decatur, GA) Christmas offering, Feest Noel. It arrived draft only.
This year, the brewery will bottle Feest Noel in 750ml bottles alongside draft this year.
FEEST NOEL is merriment in aglass—a spiced Christmas ale meant to evoke joy and mystery. Merriment is a hallmark of the holiday season, seasoning our greetings and our gatherings. This Belgian-style quadrupel uses dark roasted malts, imported Belgian dark candy sugar, and spiced accents of cardamom, allspice and cloves. Make this rich ale a part of your holiday celebration.
Three Taverns also is debuting their first barrel aged offering Heavy Bells this week.
10% ABV, 30 IBUs
Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) will debut a new barrel aged offering next week, Heavy Bells.
The base beer is Quasimodo (the original bell ringer), aged in eight year old bourbon barrels. There has already been some sneak peeks on tap at the brewery.
The general public will have a chance at this brew in the VIP section of the 2014 Decatur Beer Festival. Bottles and limited draft arrive next week.
Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) is released Theophan the Recluse again. The beer kicked off the brewery’s 750ml series last year. Recluse is brewed with a mix of eight specialty dark malts, Muscovado sugar, and a Belgian yeast strain.
Theophan the Recluse was a Russian monk known for the spiritual depth and complexity of his writings. We consider him a perfect namesake for this rich, complex imperial stout, brewed with eight specialty malts, dark Muscovado sugar and a Belgian yeast strain. Deep, mysterious, full-bodied and indefinably exotic, Theophan the Recluse is meant to transport drinkers to a place of deep contemplation, mystical insight and inspired conversation.
Three Taverns Theophan the Recluse was the brewery’s third offering.