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
Heavy Seas Beer (Baltimore, MD) will bring back Yule Tide in November, 2014. A few years ago it was a Belgian-style tripel, part of the Mutiny Fleet. After a year off, Yule Tide returned in the new Uncharted Waters Series, with the style to change each release.
2014 Yule Tide is German-style weizen dopplebock, aged 8 weeks in Jamaican Rum barrels.
Heavy seasons greetings! As a special thank you to our beer drinking public and supporters of our Uncharted Waters, we offer this malty Weizen Dopplebock aged in Jamaican rum barrels, MON! Yule Tide is sure to make you comfortable on a cold winters evening. You could pair this with your mothers fruitcake but everyone would laugh at you.
Heavy Seas Yule Tide 2013 was a red ale aged in Jamaican rum barrels with ginger. Yule Tide ships to all 18 states Heavy Seas distributes to.
Availability: 22oz Bombers, Draft. Nov-Jan.
The Bruery (placenta, CA) releases bottles of White Chocolate today. The beer is a 100% bourbon barrel aged wheatwine, aged on vanilla beans and cocoa nibs.
750ml bottles are limited to 1 per person, on sale at the brewery at 4:30pm (California time). Last release, bottles were around $29.99 a bottle.
Style: Wheatwine (w/ Vanilla Beans, Cacao Nibs, Barrel Aged. Bourbon)
Availability: 750 ml bottles
Dogfish Head’s IPA lineup breaks down into 60 Minute, 61 Minute, 75 Minute, 90 Minute, and 120 Minute. “Dogfish 120″ as it’s called, is the most boozy.
The 18+% ABV monster s hopped daily for a month, while aging on whole leaf hops. Almost all states that receive Dogfish Head will get 120 Minute bottles: DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA, CA (Draft only), FL, TX, CT, MA, ME, IL, KY, MI, AZ, CO, NV, OR, WA, IN, RI, WI, D.C.
Those that don’t, thanks to restrictive (read: archaic and stupid) laws: Georgia, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Vermont, South Carolina, and Ohio.
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: 12oz bottles. Brewed a few times a year.
Image via Dogfish Head
The 2014 edition of W-n-B has been packaged and is ready to go. This release marks the 10th anniversary of the beer, with a special mention on the label.
Black as night, this coffee stout is thick, rich and full of real coffee flavor. Brewed with a special blend of beans from all over the world developed and roasted specifically for Terrapin by our friends at Jittery Joe’s Coffee right here in Athens, Ga. This unique blend of coffee produces a robust and flavorful beer that will leave you asking “Why not Beer?” for breakfast!
Terrapin W-n-B features a special coffee blend from Athens based Jittery Joe’s. Available in 12oz bottles and draft.
Duclaw Brewing’s (Maryland) bourbon barrel aged imperial stout Divine Retribution on October 22nd. The beer has been an instant hit since it was first brewed in 2011.
Retribution, our full-bodied Bourbon Barrel-aged Imperial Stout is aged for six months in Kentucky white oak bourbon barrels, imbuing it with rich aromas of coffee and dark chocolate, a smooth roasted malt flavor with hints of charred oak, vanilla and caramelized sugar, and a vengeful 11.2% abv. Raise a glass and get what’s coming to you
Duclaw Divine Retribution will be available at Arundel Mills, Bowie Town Center, and Bel Air locations on October 22nd. Expect give aways too.
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.