Avondale Brewing (Birmingham, AL) is adding a bottling line. All 22oz bottles for the time being. Among those slated – No Joka Mocha, a seasonal release.
No Joka Mocha is an oatmeal stout malt beverage with coffee and cocoa. This brew has a blackish pour with a creamy tan head. A solid coffee aroma greets the nose with deep rich malts in the background. It has a medium body that is slightly sweet, with subtle chocolate flavors and finishes smooth with the oatmeal. Our special blend of Blue Batak Sumatran Coffee used in this brew comes to us specially roasted from our good friends at Finer Grind Coffee Roasters. Finer Grind and Avondale put their combined passion for beer and coffee together for this seasonal brew.
Avondale Brewing (Birmingham, AL) is gearing up for bottles. Here is another that lies ahead – Strawberry Kolsch, a tap room favorite.
This Kolsch Style Ale is brewed with delicious strawberries. It is a German style ale that has flavor and aroma profiles much like a lager or a pilsner. The Strawberry Kolsch Ale is our most refreshing and sessionable brew, nicely balanced with low hop bitterness and a subtle malt backbone with fruity undertones. This beer has a medium body, a fizzy head and a slightly cloudy straw yellow hue. The Strawberry Kolsch Ale is low in alcohol, bursting with flavor and extremely refreshing which makes this brew perfect for summer.
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Avondale Brewing (Birmingham, AL) has announced that they will be releasing bottles in the very near future. Among them – Vanillaphant Porter Ale.
The Vanillaphant is a superb porter ale with vanilla, a beer which is surprisingly light bodied for its robust flavor. It resembles the chocolate and roasted nut flavors that you would expect in a porter but with a special vanilla twist at the end.We use the world’s finest hand-selected vanilla beans from the bourbon islands of Madagascar in our recipe. The malty and vanilla sweetness are perfectly balanced with hoppy bitterness. Wrap your trunk around a glass of this ale!
Avondale Brewing will soon be bottling their beer. The Birmingham, Alabama brewery has just received bottling line, and will soon sell off premise.
What’s first? More on that and a new Beer Street Journal video look coming soon. Trunks up!