Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel #9 is available starting today. This edition is the brewery’s famous Pumpkinator, aged in bourbon barrels for seven months. The barrels are Woodford Reserve and Willett bourbon barrels.
BB9 pours a dark brown to black color with a tan head. The nose is pumpkin spice up front with oak, bourbon, vanilla and dark fruit in the background. The taste starts with sweet chocolate and pumpkin spice up front and finishes with a bit of alcohol heat and spices. This beer has a medium-full body with a soft mouthfeel.
Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel #9 is available in 12oz bottles, and draft.
Burial Beer Co. (Asheville, NC) released Skillet Donut Stout will make a re-return on March 14th, 2015. The oatmeal stout is brewed with molasses and milk sugar, and Counter Culture Coffee.
Cold black iron. Never decaying, it is held to the fire to unearth impeccable flavor from whatever it holds. Never biased, it welcomes all ingredients. The Skillet is our most trusted and daring tool of culinary ingenuity. It is the perfect barrier-carrier fro this rich, black ale. This breakfast stout is made from a blend of nine barley malts, a healthy scoop of oats, milk and molasses sugars, and our favorite blend of freshly roasted Counter Culture Coffee beans. Welcome the day with rich cocoa, smooth caramel, dark fruits, and an abundance of diverse coffee aroma unlike no other. Drink your breakfast.
Burial Skillet Donut Stout is available in limited quantities on draft, and at the brewery in Asheville, North Carolina.
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The first time you will be able to buy Deschutes Brewing’s The Abyss will be on November 13th, 2014. 22oz bottles and draft will go on sale at Deschutes Pub.
Deep, dark Imperial Stout, The Abyss has almost immeasurable depth and complexity. Hints of molasses, licorice and other alluring flavors make it something not just to quaff, but contemplate.
The Abyss is an imperial stout is brewed with brewers’ licorice, cherry bark, vanilla, and black strap molasses and is then “dry hopped” with vanilla beans and cherry bark. It is finished in bourbon, Oregon oak and pinot noir barrels
Sierra Nevada has all but wrapped up the build of their east coast location in Mills River, North Carolina. Like any project, especially construction, there were delays. One of the biggest issues – rain. A lots of it. When you are a brewery, adversity pretty much means there is a beer to commemorate your hardships, and that’s where Rain Check Spiced Stout was born. Rain Check is first and foremost an imperial stout, brewed with ginger, brown sugar, molasses, and lime.
Rain Check Spiced Stout is our answer to the merciless wet weather that plagued and slowed the construction of our new brewery in Mills River, NC. This dark, rich, and roast beer helps us forget the delays- a Rain Check we’ll take anytime.
Sierra Nevada Rain Check Spiced Stout will be packaged in 12oz bottles.
Deschutes Brewery will release Black Butte XXVI on June 27th.
Black Butte XXVI celebrate their anniversary with a bigger version of Black Butte Porter. For this year’s release, the brewery added cranberries, Pomegranite molasses, and Theo Chocolate cocoa nibs to the brew, which is 50% bourbon barrel aged.
Deschutes celebrates 26 years on June 27th. Bottles and draft will be available at both Bend and Porland locations.
Flying Fish Brewery will pay homage to New Jersey history with NJ350 Anniversary Ale. Long before the state was named, a Dutch brewery resided in modern day Hoboken.
NJ350 Anniversary Ale is an English Stock Ale brewed with molasses.
English pale malts and flaked barley meld with blackstrap molasses for a hearty and complex malt flavor. For hops, we used Cluster, the first hop cultivated in the US. The beer finishes with the more modern Simcoe and Centennial. The latter give a deep piney flavor and aroma, a nod to a state treasure – the Pine Barrens.
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One for your radar, Victory Brewing Company (Downingtown, PA) Declaration Nation Ale, brewed with molasses.
Draft only, as of 3/4/14.