Scofflaw GOAT IPA makes good on Super Bowl Bet
Scofflaw GOAT IPA debuts this Thursday, settling a bet from Atlanta’s ill-fated Super Bowl.
We all know what happened. Atlanta had a massive lead in this year’s Super Bowl, only to see it disappear by the end of the game. The city’s breweries made a few Super Bowl bets, most notably SweetWater with Boston Beer Company, and Scofflaw with Shipyard Brewing. SweetWater has already paid up. Now it’s Scofflaw’s turn.
Scofflaw GOAT IPA is a “New England Style” IPA, chosen because of where the Patriots call home. Scofflaw’s brewmaster Travis Herman worked with Shipyard’s head brew Joe Rank on the recipe.
The new IPA honors the “Greatest Of All Time” New England Patriots while celebrating the friendly collaboration among these two craft brewers. Deep with never-quit character, G.O.A.T. is an unfiltered IPA with a murky first impression that leads into winning flavors and aromas and a miraculous come-from-behind finish.
Scofflaw GOAT IPA will be available on tap at the Atlanta brewery starting Thursday, March 30th. Scofflaw’s Herman sums up his thoughts on the beer: “For spring days when the Atlanta weather is cool, we’ll use lower pressure in our kegs so Patriots fans can hold on to their glass.”
Hops: Simcoe, Amarillo, Mosaic
Availability: Draft only, limited.
Shipyard Red IPA
Shipyard Red IPA
Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin Could Shift To 12oz
Nothing is ever official until the brewery announces it. Remember that, always.
Shipyard Brewing has two pumpkin offerings released every year – Pumpkinhead and Smashed Pumpkin. Recently, the brewery added Pumpkinhead in cans, for fall drinking portability. There was also a Barrel Aged Smashed Pumpkin released recently.
It looks like the imperial pumpkin edition, Smashed Pumpkin could also be available later this year in 12oz bottles too. No word on the fate of the 22oz option.
Style: Imperial Pumpkin Ale
Availability: 22oz Bottles. Fall Seasonal (Currently)
Shipyard Launches English Born American Pale Ale [VIDEO]
Shipyard Brewing Co’s (Portland, ME) American Pale Ale was first released in 2013 in the United Kingdom. The beer was first a collaboration with Shipyard and Marston’s. Now it’s time to launch it in the United States. Marston’s owns Ringwood Brewery, where Shipyard’s brewer Alan Pugsley learned to brew 20 years ago.
Style: Pale Ale
Hops: Challenger, Chinook, Citra, Polaris, Huell Melon, Cascade, Centennial
Malt: English Pale, Whole Wheat
Yeast: English Ale
4.5% ABV 55 IBUs
Shipyard Brewpub in Florida Closes
Maine based Shipyard Brewing has closed their Winter Park, Florida brewpub as of August 15th. The location never became profitable. According to the Orlando Sentinel, parking was a huge business killer also. Mug Club benefits will be honored at our Sea Dog Brew Pub locations in Lake Buena Vista and Clearwater.
The pub opened in 2011.
Shipyard To Add Mint Chocolate Offering
Mint chocolate works quite well in ice cream, and surprising translates to beer too. Shipyard Brewing Co (Portland, ME) will be showing you this flavor exploration soon in the Pugsley’s Signature Series (named for their brewer).
Mint Chocolate Stout is a dark, silky beer with aromas of chocolate and licorice. There are notes of chocolate and coffee upfront followed by a subtle spearmint finish.
Style: Imperial Stout (w/ Mint)
Hops: Progress, WGV, Perle
Malt: Process Pale, Flaked Barley, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, Rolled Oats, Whole Wheat, Black, and Caramunich II
Availability: 22oz bombers
9% ABV, 53 IBUS