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Wicked Weed Silencio once a Canvas Series release last fall, has returned. Check out the hot new artwork.
Wicked Weed Silencio is a sour black ale, aged in Kentucky bourbon barrels with vanilla beans, and Mountain Air Roasting Coffee.
Bottles are now available at the brewery. Limited distribution starts now.
Image: Wicked Weed Brewing
Orpheus Coffee Minotaur releases on August 3rd. A new sour ale by the Atlanta based brewery.
Since day one, Orpheus has been expanding their barrel program. Finally, there is enough barrel room to release Orpheus Coffee Minotaur, an whiskey oak-aged sour ale.
Brewery founder Jason Pellet tells Beer Street Journal that the base beer is sort of a sour amber, brewed with Golden Promise malt and Munich malt. The coffee is from Java Lords, found on Euclid Avenue in Atlanta. In total, the beer spent a total of 5 months in Heaven Hill & Jack Daniels Single barrels.
The story of Orpheus is a story of rebirth, first in his journey into and out of Hades, and finally in the transmigration of his soul into the body of a swan. We pay tribute to this rebirth with ever beer we put into barrels, to be transformed by its time in the wood as something new. Orpheus Coffee Minotaur
Orpheus Coffee Minotaur is a 22 ounce bottle release, available as a souvenir on the tour on August 3rd.
Founders Pale Joe will join the brewery’s ArtPrize lineup of beers in September.
Artprize is an international art competition, held annually in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The winners are decided by both public vote and expert panel. The Founders Brewing taproom is one of the display venues.
Founders Pale Joe is the brainchild of brewmaster Jeremy Kosmicki. The base beer is a pale ale, infused with lightly roasted coffee from local Ferris Coffee and Nut Co.
Your eyes will tell you one thing, but your palate will tell you another. Light in color but full in flavor, this golden ale features notes of gently roasted, fruit-forward coffee. Pale Joe features a special blend of high-end Ethiopian coffee expertly roasted by our hometown neighbors at Ferris Coffee and Nut. It’s the love child of your favorite iced coffee and, well, beer.
The label was chosen from a pool of submissions from the brewery employees. The winning submission came from Lead Cellar Operator and Kendall College of Art & Design graduate, Aaron Rossel.
Founders Pale Joe will be available in 12 ounce bottles and draft in Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, New Jersey, New York City and Boston, MA. Some draft will be found across the rest of the brewery’s distribution network.
Red Hare Long Night Lager takes aim at cans in the near future.
Long Day Lager is the brewery’s top selling beer. Red Hare Long Night Lager takes that beer a step further with coffee from Marietta, Georgia based Cool Beans Coffee Roasters.
Red Hare Long Night Lager will be a 12 ounce can and draft offering. The brewery recently confirmed it will be available later this year.
Triple C Golden Girl is the newest can to join the Charlotte based brewery’s lineup.
The base beer is a blonde ale, brewed with tart cherries. Additionally, the beer features locally roasted Guji coffee from Summit Coffee Co. The beer was very popular on draft, prompting its release into 16 ounce cans.
Triple C Golden Girl is a seasonal release.
In late July, the brewery will release their first wild ale.
Image: Scott, Triple C Brewing
Allagash James Bean has finally been bottled. The beer has been a draft-only offering in the past.
The base beer for Allagash James Bean is a Belgian-style strong ale with pure white cane sugar, that has been infused with cold pressed coffee after fermentation. The brewery chose Ethiopia Amaro Gayo beans for the brew, which boast flavors of blackberry and blueberry. The finishing touch on this big beer is the bourbon barrel aging.
Coffee, vanilla and bourbon dominate the aroma. Flavors of caramel, coffee, bourbon, and oak present themselves throughout this full-bodied beer.
Allagash James Bean will be available 750 milliliter bottles starting this weekend at the brewery in Portland, Maine. Distribution to all markets in July.
Availability: 750ml Bottles, Draft.
Debut (Bottles): 7/2/16