Abita Bourbon Street Maple Pecan features the mix of bourbon barrels, with flavors of maple syrup and pecan.
Maple Pecan will be available in 22oz bottles. Details available closer to launch.
It started with w00tstout release #1, a collaboration between Stone Brewing Co.’s Greg Koch, actor Wil Wheaton, and Fark.com founder Drew Curtis. Farking Wheaton w00tstout was an imperial stout brewed with pecans, wheat & rye, partially aged in bourbon barrels. Released in July, 2013.
Well now it’s time for a reboot. Meet w00tstout 2.0. Wheaton & Curtis return, with the help of Aisha Tyler. Tyler has been on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Who’s Line is It Anyway? and Archer.
w00tstout 2.0 wil be similar to last years release, an imperial stout brewed with wheat, rye, pecans, plus a new addition -stone-ground chocolate. Don’t forget this is partially aged in bourbon barrels.
Availability: 22oz bombers, Draft
Arrival: Summer, 2014
Recently, Terrapin Beer Company’s “Spike” went down to Cigar Cigar Brewing in Tampa to collaborate. If you know anything at all about these two breweries, neither strays away from creativity.
That’s how Southern Slice got started. The group wanted to capture the taste and flair of a southern staple, pecan pie. After deciding to use a dark lager as a base, vanilla beans and pecans were give the beer a pie like flavor.
Southern Slice will be packaged in 750ml bottles.
Style: Dunkel Lager (w/ Vanilla Beans, Pecans)
Availability: 750ml bottles
This is a collaboration you don’t want to miss…
The countdown is on! Stone Brewing’s Farking Wheaton w00tstout will be available starting on Monday. No word on what markets will be getting it yet so stay tuned. Refresher: Farking Wheaton w00tstout is a collaboration between Greg Koch, Wil Wheaton, and Drew Curtis.
Today Stone Brewing introduced the bottle art for their upcoming Farking Wheaton w00tstout. This collaboration between Stone’s Greg Koch, Wil Wheaton, and Drew Curtis is an imperial stout brewed with pecans, wheat & rye, partially aged in bourbon barrels. With bottle art ready to go we’re one step closer to some serious beer-geekdom. Look for this beer in July in every state they distribute, except Ohio due to ABV laws.
If you ask this writer (using the term loosely) what he likes to drink around the holidays, I’d give you a few answers. As crazy as it may sound to some, I look forward to Shiner Cheer. This brew has a nice fresh taste of peaches and pecans that really compliments a lot of food options. (New Belgium’s Frambozen is another great one.)
When the season rolls around once again, you’ll see Shiner Cheer in cans for the first time. The only question it raises to me is- are cans equally as important when the weather is cold?
Style: Fruit Beer (w/ Peaches, Pecans)
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft (Cans soon)