The Veil Brewing Never Forever will be available again on October 3rd.
Never, the house gose by The Veil Brewing serves as the backdrop for Never Forever which is aged on “a ton” of passionfruit puree. The tart, tropical as hell release is one of the brewery’s most doted upon creations.
Clocking in at 4.9%, this is one of our favorites, and most acidic fruited Goses we have released.
The Veil Brewing Never Forever will be available in 16-ounce cans when the brewery opens on October 3rd.
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The Veil Brewing We Ded Mon is available in cans again this week, sporting a new minimalist label.
“Imperial IPA” is an understatement when talking about We Ded Mon. This beer is a bold 11% alcohol by volume. The Veil considers this beer a natural progression in their “Broz” series.
100% Citra hopped Triple IPA. Clocking in at 11%, this one is insane.
The Veil Brewing We Ded Mon will be available in 16-ounce cans when the brewery opens on September 20th.
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: 16oz Cans
Latest Return: 9/20/17
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Creature Comforts Duende returned to the brewery’s taproom again Friday, September 13th in new 16-ounce cans. Then promptly sold out.
This release Tap Room Series release is an imperial India pale ale, brewed with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops. The end result is an IPA that is big on fruity notes. This first time this beer was found was on last year’s Election Day.
… There’s a consistent fruit flesh flavor to the beer that adds a wonderful complexity to the bright citrus notes as the overtones dance around the fleshy notes, supporting without ever getting in the way….
Creature Comforts Duende is a 16-ounce can and draft offering. Athens and Atlanta, Georgia will see limited distribution.
Style: Imperial IPA
Hops: Mosaic, Simcoe, Citra
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Limited Release.
Latest Return: 9/15/17
Duende – A quality of passion or inspiration.
Unknown Vehopciraptor Double IPA returns to the North Carolina-based brewery’s lineup for the forth time on September 15th. In 2017, you won’t find this animal in bottles.
Unknown Vehopciraptor features highly aromatic scents due to the seven different hops and nine additional ingredients used to brew this prehistoric beast.
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The Vehopciraptor was a terrifying beast that roamed free millions of years ago, wreaking havoc on local natives and their taste buds. It would use it’s large claws and aromatic bite to strike swiftly. We’ve attempted to capture the spirit of this beast. With 7 hop varieties and 9 additions, this double IPA packs a serious bite.
Unknown Vehopciraptor is available only on tap in 2017. The first pour can be found at the brewery in Charlotte on September 15th.
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: Draft only
Latest Return 9/15/17
Heavy Seas Winter Storm is ready to ship. Winter Storm is touted as founder Hugh Sisson’s favorite beer in their catalogue.
It’s an ESB that nears the 8% mark. The mix of malts and hops mix well at a fall transitional beer or a winter brew. Your choice. Incidentally, Winter Storm is the favorite beer of founder Hugh Sisson.
Available in 12oz bottles and draft through December 2017.
Hops: Warrior, UK Goldings, UK Fuggles, Cascade, Centennial
Malts: 2-Row, Crystal, Caramalt, Chocolate Malt
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft. Oct-Dec.
Latest Return: October 2017
Good People Mumbai Rye returns to cans for a second time, headlining the brewery’s fall release calendar.
This fall India pale ale features Columbus and Mt. Hood hops balanced by a peppery touch of rye malt.
This hop-forward Rye IPA puts rustic, earthy flavors on full display. Uniquely flavorful and easy-to-drink, they call it good karma in a can.
Good People Mumbai Rye is available in 12-ounce cans and draft once again on September 11th.
Style: Rye Beer / IPA
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Distribution: AL, TN, Florida Panhandle
Latest Return: September 2017
Image: Beer Street Journal. Ed note. We just drank a lot of Mumbai Rye while playing Oregon Trail. We all got dysentery. Again.
Jester King La Vie en Rose is back in action on Friday, September 1st. The farmhouse ale is fermented in stainless steel with raspberries. Those berries have a story though. Keep reading.
When these berries hit the beer, it’s not the first time they’ve touched a Jester King beer. “Rose” uses the spent raspberries from one of the brewery’s most popular releases – Atrial Rubicite. Taking a cue from Brasserie Cantillon, Jester King wanted to get a second extraction from the fruit. Why? After fermenting the first beer, the berries still had a lot of flavor and aroma that could be used during the fermentation process.
Taking a cue from Brasserie Cantillon, Jester King wanted to get a second extraction from the fruit. Why? After fermenting the first beer, the berries still had a lot of flavor and aroma that could be used during the fermentation process.
The base beer for Jester King La Vie in Rose was pumped into tanks that still contained raspberries and a little bit of fermented Atrical Rubicite. The brewery approaches adding fruit to beer the same way grapes become wine. Fruit (in this case, raspberries) is a part of the fermentation process, not added to the finished beer. The final flavors end of being very different.
For past releases, La Vie en Rose was fermented for four months. Month one was house yeast. After that, natural Texas Hill Country yeast and Brettanomyces, and other souring bacteria did the work.
Jester King La Vie en Rose will be available at the brewery on Friday, September 1st.
Availability: 750ml Bottles, Draft.
Latest Return: 9/1/17
La Vie en Rose translates to “Life in Pink” Artist Joshua Cockrell explains the vision:
“It speaks firstly to a mainstream ignorance of viewing what progress has been made as a confirmation that the struggle for gender equality is over or nonexistent, i.e. viewing the current gender equality climate through rose colored lenses. The literal translation transmits the idea of containment of the female role in society, and on a larger scale the burden of gender and beauty constructs. The color pink itself is a great and obvious example of gender confinement. I love that while drinking this beer you have the physical experience of rose colored lenses giving you a reminder again to reflect on the topic.”