As the brewery’s robust, coffee-laden imperial stout is hitting shelves for the 10th year, French Toasted W-n-B won’t be far behind, utilizing Athens, Georgia based Jittery Joe’s coffee, plus maple syrup, vanilla, and cinnamon to make a beer perfect for breakfast.
Breakfast in a bottle returns this year with one of our favorite morning time treats. French toasted w-n-B combines big maple syrup notes, fresh coffee, and hence of vanilla and cinnamon to stand out among the ordinary Imperial Stout. With this much decadence packed into one bottle, this beer will get you back to the table for another round.
Terrapin French Toasted W-n-B will be available in 22oz bottles and draft. Moo-hoochiato will hit shelves soon. Beer Street Journal is told French Toast W-n-B will arrive before the end of 2014.
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Become acquainted with the drool-worthy small batch beer from Sierra Nevada – Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Stout.
Maple Stout is a big (big like, 13.4% ABV) imperial stout, aged in bourbon barrels with dark roasted coffee. What more do you need to know here?
…It has the notes of dark chocolate and toasted malts typical of a stout combined with an earthy sweetness and hint of maple balanced against toasted coconut aromas from the barrel aging. The beer finishes with a roasty touch from a combination of dark malts and coffee beans.
Sierra Nevada Barrel-Aged Maple Stout will be available in 750ml bottles. Don’t go checking your shelves for it. Barrel-Aged Maple Stout is only available in the Chico, California Gift Shop, Torpedo Room in Berkeley, and the Mills River Gift Shop in North Carolina (around 10/27).
The 2014 edition of W-n-B has been packaged and is ready to go. This release marks the 10th anniversary of the beer, with a special mention on the label.
Black as night, this coffee stout is thick, rich and full of real coffee flavor. Brewed with a special blend of beans from all over the world developed and roasted specifically for Terrapin by our friends at Jittery Joe’s Coffee right here in Athens, Ga. This unique blend of coffee produces a robust and flavorful beer that will leave you asking “Why not Beer?” for breakfast!
Terrapin W-n-B features a special coffee blend from Athens based Jittery Joe’s. Available in 12oz bottles and draft.
Southern Tier Brewing (Lakewood, NY) will add another offering to their Belgian Series next month – Tripel Cafe.
As the name suggests, the beer is a Belgian-style tripel, with coffee. True, but with a twist. Tripel Cafe has green coffee beans. Green coffee beans are unroasted, or immature beans. Orange peel is added to the brew for a flavor boost.
A juicy orange. A green coffee bean. There once was a time when both were considered exotic delights, carried from far reaching corners of the globe. Within this bottle is your opportunity to rediscover these ingredients in an uncommon form, that of a Belgian Style Ale. Enjoy Tripel Cafe with appetizers, or alongside a meal enjoyed with your friends when they happen to swing by.
On Saturday, October 11th, Hi-Wire Brewing (Asheville, NC) will bring Strong Man Coffee Milk Stout back for another season.
Hi-Wire uses local Dynamite Roasting Co. coffee in Strongman; cold extracted and added to the beer post fermentation.
A release brunch will kick off the release on October 11th, 2014. Bottles and draft of Hi-Wire Strongman Coffee Stout will hit distribution in North Carolina on Monday, October 13th.
Stone Brewing Co’s (Escondido, CA) Stochasticity Project is a select line of beers meant to focus on creation, and less on the brewery. Each release in the lineup is unique brewing experiment, a meld of styles, or new approaches to tried and true styles. Coming soon to the Stochasticity Series lineup – Master of Disguise Imperial Golden Stout.
What? Golden stout? Master of Disguise is a golden-brewed imperial stout, with coffee and cocoa. Confusing or inventive? That’s your call.
Things aren’t always what they seem, but not all deception is devious. Some illusions and misnomers lead to life’s most delightful surprises. Case in point—this beer, the yang to the yin that is the black India pale ale. Once revolutionary for its onyx appearance, it is now an accepted and beloved member of the India pale ale family tree. Thus we took the spirit of a dark beer—the time-honored stout—and applied a similar science of thought, brewing it to be golden-hued. That is what this experimental series and its latest creation are all about. Cocoa and coffee beans impart roastiness sans darkening to this brew, while flaked oats provide an enveloping mouthfeel. The result is a stout that looks more like a blonde, but is a raven beauty at heart.
Stone Stochasticity Master of Disguise will be available in 22oz bombers.
Note: This is a “sneak peek.” Details, release date, or release at all, are subject to change at anytime by the brewery.
So this year, Lonerider Brewing Company (Raleigh, NC) got rid of their bottling line, and went all cans. A bold move.
That means even some of the bottle favorites will return in can form, like Pistols at Dawn. Pistols is the brewery’s stout brewed with chocolate and coffee.
High noon will have to take a backseat as the fresh morning air is perfect for a duel. We present our stout brewed with roasted malts, oats, lactose, and locally produced chocolate and coffee. A rich, dark velvety beer with a ﬁne oatmeal ﬂavor.
Lonerider’s website still states this is 22oz release, but if you look closely, this new artwork is for cans. Look for it later this year.