Dogfish Head and Epic Brewing’s collaboration, Portamarillo, has arrived! Here’s how they describe it:
“a collaboration, a Festive brew and the world’s first tree tomato beer. A sorta-Porter fermented with New Zealand-grown Tamarillos, which were smoked using wood chips from the sacred Pohutakawa tree (also known as the NZ Christmas tree).”
De Dochter Van de Korenaar Finesse
De Dochter Van de Korenaar Courage
Brouwerij Brouwkot Netebuk Saison
Brouwerij Brouwkot Manten Belgian Pale
Cervesera del Montseny Negra Stout
Cervesera del Montseny Lupulus IPA
Cervesera del Montseny Malta Pale Ale
De Molen Heaven & Hell Imperial Stout
De Molen Storm & Averij Double IPA
We now have beer from Cains Brewery out of Liverpool, England. Enjoy their Bitter, Dark Mild and Export Lager.
Cantillon Rosé de Gambrinus is back in stock. Get it while you can!
Mikkel and Brian are two of the world’s most unconventional brewers. By designing beers at various breweries around the globe, they have found the freedom to experiment and innovate, resulting in unique beers that often blur the lines of definition. After having met at a festival in Bodegraven, NL the two realized that their first creations both were called Stateside. It was then an obvious decision to make the two recipes into a new product, packed full of piney, resinous hops, and backed by the esters of a farmhouse yeast strain.
We just received two beers from a brewery new to the Missouri area, Dugges from Sweden. The beers you see above are Never Mind the Bollox! (a double IPA – 94 points on ratebeer.com) and 1/2 Idjit! (an imperial porter – 98 points on ratebeer.com)
UPDATE: Sold out.
“Black as night and every bit Imperial, this RIS was originally launched to tremendous accolades. Going further, this Stranahan’s Whiskey barrel aged version meshes the rich chocolates, the coffee-like aromatics with the sweet whiskey nose and drying character of the oak. Slightly behind on the palette are the hops – held in restraint by the wonderfully full mouthfeel and broad flavors brought on by the perfect blend of so many malted barley varieties. Ready to enjoy upon release and perfect for extended cellaring.”