Big Boss Harvest Time Pumpkin Ale is available for the first time in cans; incidentally the brewery’s first canned offering ever.
Like so many American craft breweries across the United States, glass is dying. Can demand continues to grow. Raleigh’s Big Boss Brewing is ready to make a jump to aluminum this fall, not with their IPA, but with a seasonal.
Big Boss Harvest Time Pumpkin Ale is brewed with fresh pumpkin and a secret blend of spices (no, this isn’t a fried chicken recipe). The brewery touts this release as a beer “that still tastes like beer”. After 10 years this release is still one of Big Boss Brewing’s most requested seasonal releases.
Big Boss Harvest Time is available in 16-ounce cans and draft while supplies
Style: Pumpkin Beer
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Seasonal Release.
Debut: Late September 2018
Big Boss Brewing and Trophy Brewing have teamed up in support of local radio. Earlier this year, local Little Raleigh Radio was denied an FCC license, forcing them to be 100% internet streaming. Thus, a collaboration has been created.
Big Boss/Trophy Air Support IPA is hopped like so: “Mosaic, Citra, Amarillo, Mosaic, Citra, Amarillo, repeat.”
The new collaboration debuts on Saturday, November 21st, at Big Boss Brewing in Raleigh, North Carolina. A special band lineup, along with Little Raleigh Radio.
Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Amarillo, Mosaic
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft
Big Boss Brewing (Raleigh, NC) and Raleigh Times Bar have spent months acquiring tequila barrels from Olmeca Altos Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico.
The final creation is a limited edition brew called Muerto Viviente (Living Dead). The tequila aged offering will be released this Friday at Raleigh Times Bar in Raleigh, NC. Muerto Viviente is a Belgian strong dark ale that spent three months in the tequila barrels with agave nectar and pink peppercorn.
Big Boss Muerto Viviente is draft only.
If you go:
May 2, 2014, 6 pm
Raleigh Times Bar, Raleigh, North Carolina
With Super Bowl Sunday just days away, this years ban on tailgating is definitely being discussed. No grills, no lawn chairs, stay in your spot, etc. There is even a report of the addition of snipers inside the game this year.
Well, Big Boss Brewing out of Raleigh, North Carolina will not be confined, or boxed in by this silly rules. Can’t spread out? Build up.
I’m in. Let’s make this happen.
Take all of your childhood memories of playing Street Fighter at the mall arcade and make them better the only way possible – by adding beer.
Meet The Beercade featuring The Last Barfighter, a 2 button and joystick video game that awards the winner a full pour of beer. A cold refreshing beer is way better than tickets, and definitely more awesome than your name on the high score list. The Beercade is now part of a marketing campaign for North Carolina’s Big Boss Brewing.
The entire machine was hand made from the arcade cabinet to the game itself. Expect to see it at special events in the near future.