Boulevard Brewing (Kansas City, MO) is on the cusp of releasing another round of Imperial Stout in their Smokestack Series.
Imperial Stout rounds out the Smokestack Series release calendar. This big 11.8% ABV imperial stout is a blend of whiskey barrel aged and fresh beer. Nuance is everything in craft beer. Just ask brewer superstar Jeremy Danner.
At a glance – see Boulevard’s 2014 Smokestack Schedule.
Care to take a four minute tour of Natty Greene’s? The brewery has three locations – one in Greensboro, Raleigh, and a production facility. Chris Lester and Kayne Fisher started dreaming up the Natty Greene’s concept back in the 1990′s.
This week’s NoDable release from NoDa Brewing (Charlotte, NC) is Ginger Stout, brewed with ginger and cocoa nibs.
Left, right or center, this Congressman Peter Defazio has a great message Rogue Brewery and the craft beer drinking nation. Something good just came out of Washington D.C.
It’s amazing what you can find when you troll the internet. For those wondering what happens when you shoot a AK-47 at Coors cans, you are about to have your answer.
YouTube user MattV2099 does some weird stuff with guns and bullets. Need examples? He torture tests Glock handguns in peanut butter, and jello to see if it will fire afterwards. He also put a bunch of .22 caliber rounds in a blender. If you swing over there, don’t miss the 600 round homemade Glock clip.
Then there is the video above…
Dogfish Head Founder Sam Calagione and pub brewer Ben Potts their newest brewpub release – Fer’Me Verjous. A 100% brettanomyces beer brewed with verjous and beach plums. Verjous is the tart, unripe juice of a wine grape. Dogfish Head has used it once before in Le’Interimaire.
Debuts today, November 29th.
Style: American Wild Ale (w/ Beach Plums, Verjous Rouge)
Availability: Draft only. Dogfish Head Brewpub.
Stone Brewing Co’s co-founder and CEO Greg Koch (now with less beard) shows off his epic splits ala Jean-Claude VanDamme style.