Tallgrass Brewing

Manhattan, Kansas

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Tallgrass Ginger Peach Saison Released in Tallboys

Tallgrass Ginger Peach Saison

Tallgrass Ginger Peach Saison is being introduced this month, the second new release this year from the Kansas-based brewery’s new facility.

Tallgrass Ginger Peach Saison is exactly how it’s billed, a saison brewed with fresh ginger and peaches.

“We tried several different strains of yeast before arriving at a Belgian strain used in the final recipe,” Brandon Hoag, Tallgrass brewmaster said. “A lot of the flavor comes from the yeast, but it’s the way it interacts with the ginger and peach that makes it slam on the taste buds.”

Tallgrass Ginger Peach Saison is available in 16oz cans as a summer seasonal.

Style: Saison (w/ Ginger, Peaches)
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Summer seasonal
Launch: June, 2015

4.8% ABV

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Tallgrass Wooden Rooster Coming to 19.2oz cans

Tallgrass Wooden Rooster

Tallgrass Wooden Rooster will be released by the Manhattan, Kansas brewery in 19.2 oz cans this summer.

Tallgrass Wooden Rooster is a Belgian-style tripel, aged in rye whiskey barrels.

The brewery has recently quadrupled their capacity to a full 60,000 barrels. Improvements in their packaging lines, along with expanded production, are setting the stage for new offerings throughout 2015.

Exact launch date for Tallgrass Wooden Rooster will be announced in the coming weeks.

Style: Belgian-Style Tripel (Barrel Aged. Rye Whiskey.)
Availability: 19.2oz Cans
Release: TBA

?? ABV

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Tallgrass 16 Bit DPA, A 1 Pint Finishing Move

Tallgrass 16 Bit DPA

Ok gamer geeks. Tallgrass Brewing is at it again. The brewery already has an 8-Bit Pale Ale, complete with 8-bit style artwork.

Just as you were excited for you new, top of the line Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis (both 16-Bit graphics. Glorious.) You’re going to be feel the same way again with Tallgrass 16-Bit DPA.

The “double” pale ale features Mortal Kombat-esque artwork, and “a 1 pint finishing move” at 6.2% ABV.

A formal announcement is to come by Tallgrass.

Style: Pale Ale
Availability: 16oz Cans
Arrival: TBA

6.2% ABV

Note: This is a “first look” preview. Details are subject to change at anytime by the brewery. 
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Tallgrass Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat Returns

Tallgrass Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat

Two years ago, Tallgrass Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat was promoted to big time status. The brewery took Buffalo Sweat, an oatmeal cream stout, and nuanced it with Ugandan vanilla beans.

The result is a creamy chocolate beer with a hint of espresso, turned full on dessert beer.

To create Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat we start with our best selling beer, Buffalo Sweat. We carefully infuse this award- winning oatmeal cream stout with whole Ugandan vanilla beans. This enhances the beer’s natural dark-roasted flavors of espresso, chocolate, and creamy sweetness. “Liquid chocolate chip espresso cookies” is how one fan described its unique flavor.

Tallgrass Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat is available in 16oz cans again for 2014.

Style: Oatmeal Stout (w/ Vanilla Beans)
Availability: 16oz Cans. Winter Seasonal

5% ABV

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Tallgrass Brewing To Triple Capacity

Tallgrass Brewing Company (Manhattan, KS)  will soon be tripling their brewing capacity. The brewery is acquiring a 60,000 square foot building in their hometown that will be retrofitted into a production facility.

Construction is slated to being in late 2014, and once completed, Tallgrass will be capable of brewing 100,000 barrels per year (3 millions gallons).

“Increasing our production capacity is very exciting. This new and larger facility will give us the space and ability to be a dynamic and creative brewer of not only more beer, but also those specialty and limited edition beers that we’ve been dreaming of making since we started the brewery,” said Jeff Gill, president and founder of Tallgrass.

The Neenan Corporation of Fort Collins, Colorado has been chosen to help with the building conversion. The total cost of expansion will max out around $5 million dollars. Already, the Tallgrass is the largest craft brewer in Kansas at 16,000 barrels produced annually.

In addition to the new brewery, The Tallgrass Taphouse will open in downtown Manhattan, Kansas this year.