Cigar City Hapax Legomenon is a future release by the Tampa, Florida brewery. The brewery already has a repertoire of unique beers, but this upcoming release is pushes the boundaries a bit.
Cigar City Hapax Legomenon begans as a Belgian-style tripel ale aged in gin barrels. After some barrel time, the brewery blended in some grapefruit sour ale. The result? A one of a kind addition to the brewery’s lineup.
Hapax Legomenon refers to a word or from that occurs only once in a document. And often, it is a word that you will only find one time in an author’s entire oeuvre. For example, Shakespeare used the word “satyr” exactly once in all of his writings. This beer began as a Belgian-style tripel aged in gin barrels. After some time in barrels, we blended in some American Grapefruit Sour Ale. When it’s all said and done, we think we can safely say that this will be the only occurrence of a gin barrel-aged Belgian-style triple blend with an American grapefruit sour ale to be found in our oeuvre.
Cigar City Hapax Legomenon will be a 750 milliliter bottle release. The brewery tells Beer Street Journal they aren’t sure how much will be released at this time.
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Cigar City Sardo Numspa, inspired by devil’s food cake.
The Tampa, Florida based brewery attempts to create a decadent dessert beer offering by brewing an imperial stout with hazelnuts, cacao nibs, and vanilla.
Inspired by Devil’s Food Cake, we brewed this high gravity stout with real roasted hazelnuts, two different varietals of cacao nibs, Indonesian vanilla, and rested it on cypress wood. Named in honor of the best devil from the 80’s, the deal, sweet, Sardo Numpsie.
Sardo Numpspa was Charles Dance’s character in the Eddie Murphy movie, The Golden Child. Game of Thrones fans will know Charles Dance as Tywin Lanister.
Cigar City Sardo Numspa is 22 ounce offering. On sale in the brewery’s tap room as on December 23rd.
It started with a few Twitter comments when the final two teams emerged to fight for Lord Stanley’s Cup. Ultimately, a collaboration was going happen, and all the fans would win. It just depended on which team pulled it off.
Cigar City/3 Floyds Florida Man Loses Bet is described by CC as a “rye American black ale”. So, puck colored.
12 ounce cans of Florida Man Loses Bet Rye American Black Ale are available now in Cigar City Brewing’s tap room for $14 dollars a 4-pack.
The Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games to win the 2015 Cup.
Style: Rye Beer
Availability: 12oz Cans. Tap Room
Cigar City Ales for ALS Session IPA, blends tropical flavors for a noble cause.
Loftus Ranches and Hopunion created Ales for ALS to support a very worthy cause: ALS research. They provided a proprietary hop blend to brewers who wished to participate in the cause. The blend offers huge tropical aromas and flavors with some notes of pine, orange, blueberry, and watermelon. Portions of the proceeds from sales of this Session IPA will go to the ALS Therapy Development Institute. Visit AlesForALS.com for more info on the cause and the hop blend.
Cigar City Ales for ALS Session IPA contains a hop blend of Equinox, HBC 291, Mosaic, HBC 620, HBC 344, HBC 348, and HBC 522.
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The beer will be called Boulevard Collaboration No. 5- Tropical Pale Ale, highlighted by Azacca, Lemondrop, Citra, Pacific and Mosaic hops.
Combing Boulevard’s love of pale ales with Cigar City’s expertise with fruit flavors, this joint venture is hopped with a blend of Mosaic, Citra, Lemondrop, and Azacca and brewed with passionfruit and grapefruit.
Boulevard Collaboration #5 is slated for a September, 2015 release date. Previous Boulevard Collaborations include releases with Deschutes Brewing, Orval, Pretty Things, and Ommegang.
Availability: 12oz Bottles
Release: September, 2015 (Tentative)
7.3% ABV, 55 IBUs
Updated 8/6 with label & fruit mentions. Changed 750ml bottles to 12oz bottles.