Sierra Nevada Pat-Rye-Ot Revolutionary Pale Ale will be one of the beers in May’s return of Beer Camp Across America.
The last round of Beer Camp Across America in 2014 featured 12 hand-picked breweries that created their own unique beer. In 2016, 30 breweries come together, paired by geographic locations.
Sierra Nevada Pat-Rye-Ot Revolutionary Pale Ale covers the northeast region of the United States – a collaboration with Devil’s Backbone (Virginia), Dogfish Head (Delaware), Lawson’s Finest Liquids (Vermont), Stoudt’s Brewing (Pennsylvania), and Trillium Brewing Company (Massachusetts). For those of you that remember history, all those states were among the 13 originals.
Sierra Nevada Pat-Rye-Ot is an “old-meets-new” take on a pale ale by brewers all located in the original 13 colonies. It features rye and apples, which were among the first ingredients used by American breweries in the colonies, alongside bold American hops-hallmarks of our modern craft beer “revolution.”
Sierra Nevada Pat-Rye-Ot Revolutionary Pale Ale will be a 12 ounce bottle offering in May, a part of the brewery’s Beer Camp Across America 12 pack. The beer will also be featured at the special Beer Camp events across the country.
Chocolate cherry stouts are all the rage. Not convinced? Click the cherries link below. You’ll find a few.
Stoudt’s Brewing (Adamstown, PA) is adding Chocolate Cherry Stout to their small batch, Brewer’s Reserve Series. This offering is reminiscent of a special release a few years ago when chocolate and cherries were added to Fat Dog Imperial Stout.
Stoudt’s Chocolate Cherry Stout will be packaged in 22oz bottles.
The Brotherly Suds collaboration features a host of Pennsylvania breweries coming together to make beer for Philly Beer Week. This 3rd work of beer art is a vienna lager fermented with a kolsch yeast. A mix of American & german hops join the party. Troegs, Sly Fox, Yards, Nodding Head, Iron Hill, Victory, and Stoudts helps make this year’s suds. It is Troeg’s Scratch #67.
This year Stoudts Brewing Company turns 25 years old. (Thus the 25 above.) The Black Angus Restaurant & Pub turns 50 this year also. (Thus the 50.) Sour Belgian Style Quad Ale is a celebration of both.
The next beer is the 5025 which is a full bodied and tart brew started with our Quad recipe aged in red wine barrels for 17 months. Over the course of that time frame, the beer picked up slight hints of oak, a subtle sweetness, and red wine characteristics. Truly a one of a kind beer, and a first for Stoudts!
Style: Sour Quadrupel (Wine Barrel Aged)
Availability: 25.85 oz bottles
In addition to 5025, Stouts is releasing Amber 25.
Amber 25. This light bodied, refreshing brew uses a small amount of caramel malt to give it a nice amber color with a hint of sweetness. Lower hopping rates and a smooth dry finish make this the perfect session beer to help you celebrate 25 years of Stoudt’s beers!
Stoudts Brewing Amber 25.
To celebrate Stoudt’s 25th Anniversary we created this special Amber ale using a rendition of our original Amber recipe, and fermented it with our kolsch yeast. This light bodied refreshing brew uses a small amount of caramel malt to give it a nice amber color, and a hint of sweetness. Lower hopping rates and a smooth dry finish make this the perfect session beer to help you celebrate 25 years of wonderful Stoudt’s beers!
The beer makes it’s debut on May 11th, 2012 at the brewery’s celebration party.
Style: Amber Ale