Beer Arrivals 3/20-3/24

Braxton 1957- “1957 is a one of a kind beer. Utilizing specialty malts, this English Style Mild features a unique nuttiness and caramel-like sweetness that’s intended to remind you of America’s favorite ballpark snack. A faint hop presence to balance the light malt body makes this a great summer time, “take-me-out-to-the-ball-game” beer.”  ABV: 4%.

 

Braxton Revamp- “Perfection is a combination of hard work and having the guts to change. It’s not always perfect the first time around and it takes determination to make every drop count. Revamp is an easy drinking American IPA that brings forward notes of tropical fruit flavor with a bright citrus aroma. The bitterness is more rounded than most, due to primarily late hop additions and dry hopping. Go ahead, enjoy your new go-to IPA.”  ABV: 6.5%.

 

Nowhere in Particular Batch Number 007- “Porter, Mint Cocoa Porter!!! This international beer of mystery, and chocolate is made with fresh mint and a Colorado favorite cocoa company Cholaca. This is a full bodied Porter with a hell of a lot of sassyness and flair, just the way Bond likes them. This Porter has loads of chocolate flavor backed by moderate notes of mint that really shine as it warms. Age this beer or enjoy it fresh, it’s ready for your liking. Tomorrow Never Dies!!!!”  ABV: 6.7%.

 

Lagunitas Dave Murray’s Best Scotch Ale- “This Scotch Ale is sweet, but not cloying. It’s strong, but not brash. It’s smooth and smokey, like a good dram among friends.”  ABV: 9.5%.

 

 

 

Left Hand Well Played- “Experimental hops and specialty malts compose a beer that is sweet up front with robust hop character and a dry finish.”  ABV: 6.8%.

 

 

Left Hand Travelin Light- “Golden, crisp, dry and refreshing with herbal hops.”  ABV: 4.8%.

 

 

 

 

Left Hand Saison Au Miel- “Dry and crisp farmhouse-style ale. Mild tartness softened by Colorado wildflower honey.”  ABV: 6.8%.

 

 

Stone Enjoy By 04.20.17- “Our all-important, hop-driven quest to deliver the most devastatingly fresh IPA on the planet facilitated a paradigm shift in 2012 with the launch of Stone Enjoy By IPA. Not only did we brew this beer with more than 10 different hops, we brewed it specifically NOT to last. Acclaimed for its groundbreakingly short shelf life, this intense double IPA brought forth a whole new concept of what constitutes “fresh” — guaranteeing fans the ultimate level of hoppiness. This devastatingly dank stash of our dry-hopped, hop-bursted double IPA won’t last long. Get your hands on this dank, golden beauty before everyone else gets wind of it.”  ABV: 9.4%.

 

North High Stardust to Stardust- “Brewed to celebrate the life of David Bowie, Stardust To Stardust is brewed with Galaxy, Apollo, and Comet hops. ”  ABV: 8.8%.

 

 

Hi-Wire Man Eater Double IPA- “Oh-oh here she comes. Our entire year’s allotment of Citra and Amarillo hops went into this beer. delicate yet complex malt profile allow these classic IPA hops to shine in this high-gravity concoction. Dare to enter the ring.”  ABV: 8.3%.

 

 

Coronado Guava Islander- “Tropical fruit meets tropical vibes in this “guavacated” version of our Islander IPA. Brewed with the classic West Coast combo of Centennial, Chinook and Columbus hops, this beer gets the tropical treatment with a hefty dose of fresh guava puree. The result is a surprisingly smooth, unfiltered IPA bursting with tropical goodness that’s sure to put you in that island state of mind. ”  ABV: 7%.

 

 

Jackie O’s Pockets of Sunlight- “Pockets of Sunlight is a saison brewed with honey, coriander & lemon verbena. Fermented with a mixed culture of classic saison strains, wild yeast, & bacteria. Post fermentation, the beer was conditioned in stainless steel for 6 weeks with its primary mixed culture. A third & final fermentation completed this beer in the bottle. Pockets of Sunlight is a radiant saison full of crisp energy. ”  ABV: 6.5%.

 

 

 

Jackie O’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Skipping Stone- “In early 2011, we began to experiment with Trappist yeast, crafting some traditional abbey style ales. Initially, 3 beers were designed and brewed. Each was named after one of the three watersheds that feeds Athens County:  Shade Abbey, Raccoon Dubbel. and Hocking Triple. When it came time to brew a fourth, a quad, we thought long and hard about what to name it. Through reflection, the innocent acts of skipping stones skimmed to the surface. A timeless action of nature in motion inspired a beer both rich and elegant. Bourbon Barrel Skipping Stone exudes powerful notes of caramel, dark fruit, spice, and oak. A beautiful beer to imbibe in subtle surroundings, where the mind can roam.”  ABV: 12%.

 

Nickel Brook Winey Bastard- “Nickel Brook took some of the best Pinot Noir barrels from the Niagara wine region and tossed their Bolshevik Bastard Imperial Stout in it? I mean, what have they done to the soft oak and subtle, earthy fruit notes from the barrel? Their Imperial Stout has WAY too much chocolate, coffee and dark fruit flavours for the delicate notes imparted by the barrel-aging process. I don’t know what they think they’re doing. So what if it’s delicious? Drink it today, or cellar it to enjoy later as it matures. A votre santé!”  ABV: 10%.

 

 

Evil Twin/Westbrook Mexican Biscotti Cake Break- Finally!!! “Imperial stout brewed with coffee, cinnamon, almonds, cocoa nibs, vanilla beans & habanero peppers.”  ABV: 10.5%.

 

 

*Please note, not all of these beers are in house yet at the time of this post, please do not ask for holds on beers that we do not yet have.  To see when beers arrive, follow us on Twitter or Instagram!

 

We’ll see you soon!  Cheers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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