Red Brick Vanilla Gorilla is returning as a permanent addition to the brewery’s Brick Mason lineup this month. The beer originally returned back to draft lineup in 2010. Since then, barrel aged, and smoked editions have been released.
Red Brick brewer Steve Anderson hand cut 800 Madacascar bourbon vanilla beans for this batch. It took over four hours.
Featuring Madagascar Bourbon vanilla beans, which impart a rich, dark, and creamy character, these qualities enhance the luxurious chocolate notes in the carefully selected blend of six different malts.The result is a beer at the height of our creative expression as brewers, and completely deserving of our hightest distinction as a Brick Mason.
Red Brick Vanilla Gorilla is available in 12 ounce bottles and draft.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Year-round
Return: October, 2015
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is getting ready to release the next offering in the Brick Mason Series – Brother Leo. Leo is the follow up to recently released Three Bagger Tripel, aged in Cruzan rum barrels.
Many of the Brick Mason offerings are barrel aged, however Brother Leo won’t. As the brewery tells Beer Street Journal – “No barrel aging, but there are some badass hops in this one, like Amarillo, Falconer’s Flight, Chinook, Australian Summer, and Magnum.”
Rehearse your Gregorian chants, don your monastic habits and take your vows to the lost order of Brother Leo, devoted to the solitary contemplation of the ancient brew mysteries. Your new-found devotion to drink this heavenly combination of Belgian and American grains and its mild spiciness, moderate fruity esters, and boldly hoppy notes of citrus, pine and lemon, encourages sacrifice from the worldly distractions of lesser beers to worship in unity with this inspired brew.
Style: Belgian-style India Pale Ale
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft.
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) has released their newest offering in their Brick Mason Series, Three Bagger Tripel.
For this release, the brewery created a 9.5% Belgian-style tripel and aged it for six months in Cruzan rum barrels. Available in limited quantities in 12oz bottles and draft.
Red Brick’s Tyler Cates gives Beer Street Journal readers a minute rundown on this boozy newbie.
Last week, Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) filled rum barrels with their Belgian-style tripel ale. 3 Bagger Belgian-style Tripel is aging safely in the brewery.
Recently, the brewery released Beard Envy, a bourbon barrel aged barleywine in the Brick Mason Series. in 2014, Red Brick plans on expanding the series with more barrels and new styles.
Look for Red Brick 3 Bagger later this spring/early summer.
The above art is another in a series of specialty art pieces by Atlanta artist Mr. Jert.
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) just shipped 20th Anniversary Imperial Stout. This is the first time the brewery has used Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels. After draining 20th Anniversary, the brewery refilled the barrels with a full bodied barleywine, to sit for about 6 months, debuting as a part of the Brick Mason Series in January, 2014.
More to come on this release…
Black-Eye Rye, the 6th release from Red Brick’s Brick Mason series, is an American-Style India Black Ale brewed with rye. Inspired by one of our favorite beer styles, it is black in color without the heavy chocolate or roasted characteristics that are present in most dark ales. We feature Cascade, Chinook and Citra hops for citrus and piney flavors and aromas. This beer carries a hoppy punch, like a Double IPA with a healthy addition of rye for added complexity.
Style: Black IPA (w/ Rye)
Hops: Cascade, Chinook, Citra
Availability: 12 oz bottles, Draft
Arrival: April, 2013
8% ABV, 80 IBUs (fairly bitter)
Meet 5th release in Red Brick Brewing‘s (Atlanta, GA) Brick Mason Series – The Lost Years. The base beer is a winter warmer/ American strong ale, aged 8 months in second run Jim Beam barrels. For added flavor, the brewery added bitter orange peel, sweet orange peel, and star anise.
Red Brick will begin blending the 72 oak barrels on Monday. Look for this beer by the end of January.