Burial Bolo Coconut Brown cans will be back on sale in the tap room on February 17th, 2016. The Asheville, North Carolina’s brown ale is easily one of the brewery’s most popular releases.
Instead of the popular porter or stout choice as a style when brewing with coconut, Burial Bolo Coconut Brown‘s base is (as redundant as this writing is sounding), a brown ale.
The cleaver’s blade is strong enough and sharp enough to crack the toughest of coconuts. Easy drinking without lacking flavor, the addition of coconut is the perfect compliment to the subtle sweetness and nutty undertones present from the specialty malts.
Burial Bolo Coconut Brown is a 16 ounce can offering. Distribution typically follows shortly after.
5.6% ABV, 30 IBUs
Your chance for Alesmith Hawaiian Speedway Stout bottles might have come and gone today, but there will draft at select bars and restaurants later in November.
Today (November 9th), tickets went on sale (and sold out) for Alesmith Hawaiian Speedway Stout bottles. The coffee-infused imperial stout features toasted coconut flakes, vanilla beans, and rare Ka’u coffee beans from Hawaii’s big island. A rare treat indeed.
Tickets came and went on Brown Paper Tickets today. Your next shot at this beer will be a bar or restaurant that sells Alesmith. Happy Hunting.
Style: Imperial Stout (w/ Coffee, Toasted Coconut, Vanilla Beans)
Availability: 750ml Bottles, Draft. Limited.
Distribution (Draft): AZ, CA, CO, CT, IL, MA, MN, NC, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, VA, VT, WA, WI
Release: November, 2015
Above, Alesmith Hawaiian Speedway Stout is pictured next to Alesmith Barrel Aged Speedway Stout, that was on sale as well.
Papago Brewing Coconut Joe
18th Street Hunter Coconut Double Milk Stout
This collaboration got started when the brewery first tasted Brasseries Dunham at the Shelton Brothers festival in Los Angeles. Jester King fell in love, and soon Dunham was brewing in Austin Texas.
Jester King Amicis Mortis is brewed with sweet potatoes, chili peppers, and coconut. The farmhouse ale was fermented in stainless steel using Jester King’s mix culture of locally harvested yeast and bacteria.
Jester King Amicis Mortis was packaged May 20th, 2015, in 750ml bottles. On sale when he brewery opens on Friday, August 21st. $12
4.2% ABV, 32 IBUs
Images via Jester King
Modern Times Bourbon Barrel Aged Monster’s Park tickets go on sale this Thursday. The brewery’s 13% ABV imperial stout has been aged 5+ months in bourbon barrels.
There are three versions of Modern Times Bourbon Barrel Aged Monster’s Park: The “classic” edition, one featuring Black House Blend coffee, and one with toasted coconut & cocoa nibs.
600 bottles of each will be available. Prices range from $24 to 28 a piece.
Modern Times Bourbon Barrel Aged Monster’s Park and variants on March 19th at 10am via Brown Paper Tickets; all bottles must be picked up at the Lomaland Fermentorium tasting room during the two month pick-up window.
A tap room party will be on March 25th. [TICKETS]
Westbrook Brewing Company is rolling up on their 4th Anniversary, and that means a new birthday offering.
Westbrook 4th Anniversary is an imperial stout, brewed with chocolate, coconut, and almonds. The coconutty offering was brewed in late, 2014.
To catch you up, Westbrook 1st Anniversary was Mexican Cake, first released in 2012. The
demands requests for it were so high, it has become an annual release with barrel aged variants. The 2nd Anniversary was Cap’n Skoon’s Ballistic Stout.
Westbrook 3rd Anniversary was Chocolate Orange Stout. 4th Anniversary Chocolate Coconut Almond Imperial Stout will be available in 22oz bottles and draft. The brewery suggests drinking 4th Anniversary as fresh as possible (even if it IS 10% ABV.)
Westbrook 4th Anniversary: Chocolate Coconut Almond Imperial Stout is available in 22oz bottles and draft.
This article was updated to reflect the release of this beer.