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Stillwater / Against The Grain Rio De Sauvin – Mango/Passionfruit Saison
The boys at Against the Grain made a beer based on a fictional “sexy man” and uhh, his sheep friend.. So sticking with the theme and the fact that we have been spending some time in Brazil lately, we decided to amp up the sexy and host a tropical orgy of fruit flavors, hops, malt and yeast.. Umm Yeah.
Evil Twin Matolen – Blueberry Porter
There has been a paradigm shift. Beer has made it onto the menu into the best restaurants around the world. This beer is no exception – a blueberry porter brewed in collaboration with Swedish chef, Mathias Dahlgren of Matsalen and Matbaren. If you were not a beer lover before Matölen attempt to open your tastebuds as a more food-friendly pairing and perhaps make you a stronger believer in beer’s flavor-matching prowess.
Evil Twin Aun Mas Cafe Jesus – Imperial Coffee Stout
Imperial Stout with Coffee Added On a pilgrimmage for immortal craft beer we tripped on these heavenly coffee beans — threw them in and created damn good aromas, a thick fudge-like body, pitch black color and obviously only made it in limited amounts. And the taste…. furthermore Jesus!
Evil Twin Calypso Single Hop Imperial India Pale American Wheat Lager
Via mybeerbuzz.com: Here’s an interesting new single hop brew coming from Evil Twin. This is Calypso Single Hop Imperial India Pale American Wheat Lager, it will be packaged in 22oz bottles at Westbrook and the beer will hit 8%-AbV.
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Noir – Black Brett IPA
To take up the challenge and make a 100% true Brett black IPA can very easily become a fatal attraction for the Brewmaster. Once you get acquainted with Bretts irresistible, seductive, alluring and very charming nature, it will ensnare you and drive you mad obsessing over how exactly you can create the perfect desirable tangy, funky, tart flavor in ya mouth.
Against The Gra Kamen Knuddeln – American Wild Ale
This historical anomaly is one of the only styles of beer indigenous to the USA and it was originally brewed right here in the Bluegrass! Much like our more beloved and covet cousin sour mash bourbon, this ale is brewed in the manner of ’souring the mash’. First we start with a blend of grains similar to your favorite spirit, barley, rye, and corn and we start the sour mash. In that process, we are able to achieve a deliciously complex tart flavor that plays with the spiciness of rye, while finishing with a dry crispness from the corn. Moderately hopped to balance the sweetness of this Kentucky Common, one will get notes of dry fruit, sweet tarts, and hints of tannin from a very small amount of barrel aged character.
Summit Make It So – ESB
For his first Unchained beer, new Summit Brewer Nick Hempfer decided the crisp tea notes of Earl Grey tea leaves would provide the perfect counterpoint to the malty, herbal flavor of his Extra Special Bitter. Despite the moniker, Extra Special Bitter (and Bitter Ales in general) are usually not bitter in flavor but rather are nicely balanced.
Blackberry Farm Summer Saison