Avery Mondo Roboticus, goes on tap February 16th, 2016.
A draft-only offering, Avery Mondo Roboticus is a Belgian-style quadrupel that has been aged barrel-aged with blood oranges.
The beer is named for the brewery’s Boulder, Colorado based agency that built the brewery’s new website.
Three Taverns Bourbon Barrel-Aged Feest Noel debuts this Sunday at the brewery in Decatur, Georgia. This is the first time a barrel-aged edition of this beer has been bottled.
Feest Noel, the brewery’s festival Belgian-style quadrupel, was first bottled in time for Christmas 2014. The beer is brewed with cardamom, allspice and clove, bolstered by the Belgian yeast nice warming of the 10% ABV.
Three Taverns Bourbon Barrel-Aged Feest Noel came out of the barrel strong. In your face, bourbon flavor strong. Additionally, the spices had faded after a year of barrel rest as well. So brewery founder Brian Purcell opted to blend the barreled Feest with the fresh, 2015 batch. Trust us when we say, the barrel isn’t hidden at all by the blend. Purcell and the brewing team have found a great balance in the blend, making this a great seasonal treat.
Three Taverns Bourbon Barrel-Aged Feest Noel is available in 750ml bottles as tour souvenir. Limited distribution to follow the first week of December.
10% ABV, 30 IBUs
Victory Hoppy Quad is on the horizon from the Pennsylvania based brewery. Hoppy Quad features a Belgian-style quadrupel ale, with a hoppy American twist.
Bright and bold, the Trappist brewers who inspired the style of ale might marvel at the aromatic hints of citrus, resonance Cedar and tropical fruit that flow from the special brew.
Belgian-style fermentation an impressive American hops make this light by detail intense, inviting an entirely unique. Enjoy Hoppy Quad and Taste Victory!
Victory Hoppy Quad will be available in 750ml bottles.
Hops: Cascade, Chinook, Citra, Mosaic
Release: September, 2015
Monday Night Tie Four On, celebrates the brewery’s four years reminding Atlanta that weekends are overrated.
Jeff Heck, Joel Iverson, and Jonathan Baker started Monday Night Brewing after early morning bible study. In the beginning, the brewery contract brewed their first commercial offerings before building a beautiful facility in Atlanta.
Monday Night Tie Four On is a Belgian-style quadrupel, aged in oak.
Happy freakin’ birthday to us! Bring on the endless wall post, co-worker sing-alongs and gift cards from Grandma. Thanks to your alleged “craft beer hobby,” we’ve made it to the ripe age of four. You know what? You deserve a present – a big delicious Quad aged on oak.
Monday Night Tie Four On will be available in 22oz bottles and draft. The brewery will through a birthday party on Saturday, August 8th. Tickets on sale now.
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft.
11% ABV, 15 IBUs
The brewery just released their first sour in the Black Tie Series as well – Monday Night Spirit Animal
Deep Ellum Four Swords
Kasteel Barista Chocolate Quad
Firestone Walker Stickee Monkee 2015 releases on May 23rd.
Firestone Stickee Monkee is a Belgian-style quadrupel, aged over a year in Woodford Reserve, Elijah Craig, and Four Roses bourbon barrels. The brewery calls is a “Central Coast Quad” thanks to the California twist this classic-style strong ale undergoes before bottling.
“Some folks have questioned the moniker ‘Central Coast Quad’ that we assigned to Stickee Monkee, but we stand by it,” said Brewmaster Matt Brynildson. “We brew this beer true to the Quadrupel style right up until we rack it to barrels for our own local California Central Coast twist.”
2015 marks just the second time that Firestone Walker has been bottled. Firestone Walker’s Matt Bryndilson personally believes that people will go “apeshit” to taste the 2015 Stickee, after tasting how well this edition came out.