Stone Depth-Charged Double Bastard. A version of the American strong ale, with espresso beans.
Pretty straight forward right? In true arrogant fashion, the bastard calls out your Starbucks laptop habits.
So, your knowledge of caffe is such that you have correctly determined that the term “depth-charged” refers tot he addition of espresso-roasted coffee beans. Well, bully for you For all I know, you picked that up hanging out at some coffee megachain amid a microcosmic mishmash of vapid layabouts, metro—hipsters, and laptop—sporting exhibitionists trying to convince the world (and themselves) that they’re click—clacking out the great American—novel—cum—screenplay for a future summer blockbuster. I could surely teach you a they or two were I inclined…which For I’m NOT. Perhaps you’re eyeing my backside because you’re really into coffee. Nothing wrong there, but if you’ve come to me expecting some beery incarnation of your security blanket “me time” soyfrappelatti or similarly deity concoction, you’re in for some granite—sized disappointment. I do not exist to provide merely a comforting mode of conveyance for your jittery, caffeiuted futasies. Nothing about me is smooth, subtle or hat for comfort Those who should he holding this bottle (el route to opening and indulging in what awaits within) are really into NE. Get your cionanmenrochaccino fix elsewhere. This hue’s strictly for adult mm and women who don’t require the culinary crutch of added fat and sweeteners. My motto. Bold and brave or lot at all.
Stone Depth-Charged Double Bastard will be a 22 ounce bottle offering. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Samuel Adams Nitro Coffee Stout signals the beginning of nitrogen infused cans by the Boston, Massachusetts brewery.
Seems almost redundant to mention it, but years, Guinness Nitro cans was the only player in the beer market. In recent years, Left Hand Brewing added Nitro Milk Stout bottles, while was Sam Adams launching cans. Now, Samuel Adams Nitro Coffee Stout cans are on the horizon.
The cans will use a nitro widget, similar to what Guinness uses.
A nitro widget inside this case gives our coffee stout its incredibly smooth, creamy taste. You’ll notice a swirling cascade of energy as the beer settles into your glass. The widget does the work for you, so chill, pour, & enjoy.
Samuel Adams Nitro Coffee Stout will be available in 15.2 ounce cans. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Left Hand Hard Wired Nitro Coffee Porter looks to expand the brewery’s Nitro bottle lineup in the near future.
A few years ago, Left Hand made headlines when they launched Milk Stout Nitro, a nitrogen based edition of their popular draft offering. The nitro bottle was a first by an American craft brewery.
Left Hand Hard Wired Nitro Coffee Porter continues the tradition, nitrogenating a coffee laced porter.
Super smooth with chocolate malt, coffee and toffee notes.
Left Hand Hard Wired Nitro Coffee Porter will be available in 12 ounce bottles and draft. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
This release is based off of Terrapin’s Moo-Hoo Milk Stout, brewed at a higher alcohol by volume, with cocoa nibs, coffee, and vanilla. The nibs come from Nashville, Tennessee’s Olive & Sinclair. (Note, the brewery tells Beer Street Journal they are still finalizing the final recipe.)
Soak up all the flavor in our newest reserve series beer, “Tiramisu-Hoo” Imperial Milk Stout. With all the attributes of a finely executed dessert, we have managed to create a beer that is layered with all the goodness you would expect from a succulent slice of Italian history.
Terrapin Tiramisu-Hoo follows Maggie’s Blackberry Cobbler in the series. Look for it in 22 ounce bottles and draft for a limited time.
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Stone Brewing Co. (Escondido, CA) released a collaboration – Xocoveza Mocha Stout last year. The beer was a creation of home brewer Chris Banker, who brewed with not only the Stone team, but Cerveceria Insurgente from Mexico.
Stone Xocoveza Extra Anejo will grace the brewery’s coveted Quingente Millilitre Series, a souped-up version of the original release. In addition to the cocoa, coffee, peppers, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg that was added to Xocoveza Mocha Stout, Stone has aged this edition in both red wine barrels and tequila barrels.
The base beer is the recipe of 2014 Stone Homebrew Competition winner Chris Banker, an intensely flavorful milk stout brewed with coffee and spices to mimic the rich flavors of Mexican hot chocolate.
Stone Xocoveza Extra Anejo will be available in 500ml bottles in very limited quantities. No distribution. Bottles were released at Stone World Bistor today.
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