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Heavy Seas Phantom Ship is a Belgian-style tripel, aged in bourbon barrels.
The spicy elegance of a Belgian style triple paired with a vanilla notes from a bourbon barrel… A ghostly figure takes the helm and you lose yourself in it surreal pleasures as you explore uncharted waters.
Look for Heavy Seas Phantom Ship is now in 22oz bottles and limited draft.
Read more: Heavy Seas Uncharted Waters Line
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.
Wicked Weed Brewing (Asheville, NC) is expanding their “Angel” series in 2015. Based off the popularity of the brewery’s second-ever bottle release, Black Angel, and the extra barrel aging room in the new Funkatorium, the decision was easy.
Wicked Weed Red Angel is up first, a red sour ale, aged in white wine barrels with raspberries. The brewery used around 1.5 pounds of raspberries per gallon of Red Angel.
Wicked Weed Red Angel releases on March 29th at the Funkatorium in downtown Asheville. Tickets for bottles of Red Angel sold out in less than 30 seconds.
Going completely out on a limb here. Cigar City Endless Nameless, a future imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels, pays homage to Nirvana.
Let’s dig in. For those of you that don’t know, Endless Nameless is actually the hidden track on Nirvana’s Nevermind album, released in 1991. The last track “Something in the Way” ran a full 10 minutes, 29 seconds, with Endless Nameless appearing at 3:46.
As for the beer, Cigar City Endless Nameless as mentioned earlier, is an imperial Stout aged in bourbon barrels.
It could be something else entirely. Just like Ommegang’s new IPA.
Green Flash Silva Stout will kick off a series of corked and caged finish ales from the brewery’s “Cellar 3″ barrel aging facility.
Green Flash Silva Stout has made various draft and 12oz bottle appearances in the past. The base beer is the brewery’s Double Stout, aged in bourbon barrels. The brewery has expanded their barrel program over the past few years in order take some smaller offerings national.
Our Double Stout ages in oak bourbon barrels, and artfully emerges as Silva Stout. This midnight black ale features elegant notes of oak, vanilla, dark chocolate, coffee, roasted barley and ripe cherry. Round and delicately balanced in body, each sip envelops the palate with its impressively complex craft composition.
The brewery has expanded their barrel program over the past few years in order take some smaller barreled offerings national. Green Flash Silva Stout makes a tap room debut on Tuesday, March 24th.
Distribution in Green Flash networks in April, 2015.
Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Strawberry is the latest release in the brewery’s Farm to Barrel Series. Each release features local fruit, picked at peak season to nuance the Almanac’s very barrel aged ales.
Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Strawberry is a blond sour ale that features coastal Seascape Strawberries grown at Dirty Girl Farms in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains.
These delicious juicy berries are swept by cool evening ocean breezes and drenched in warm daytime sun before being hand-picked and added to this tart and refreshing ale. Enjoy paired with classic charcuterie and summer salads.
Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Strawberry is available in 375ml bottles.