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Italian Imperial Coffee Spiced Stout Top Fermented Beer. It is the same basis that gave birth to Papëssa too. It goes to barrel (barrique) and stay there for 12 months. During this period Valter adds coffee and spices. The name Marché ’l Re is a card game name very played here in Piedmont in the past. People were used to play it in coffee shops, drinking coffee with fernet (Fernet is a type of amaro, a bitter, aromatic spirit. Fernet is made from a number of herbs and spices). Inspiring to that, Valter uses a blend of Caffè Vergnano (a very famous brand of coffee from Chieri) and spices as rhubarb, saffron, gentian and cinchona
Imperial Breakfast Stout brewed with Coffee, Lactose, Cacao Nibs, Vanilla and aged in Bourbon barrels.
"Odyssey 009 is a blend of sherry and bourbon barrel-aged Even More Jesus (a collab we did with Evil Twin back in the day!) combined with a red wine barrel-aged saison. We then inoculate the balanced blend with brett and lactic acid bacteria. Finally, fresh Brazilian coffee is added giving the finished beer a fruity acidity, roasted chocolate, nuttiness and and rounded caramel and toffee finish."
Imperial stout brewed with honey, aged in bourbon barrels, conditioned on Mexican cacao nibs, vanilla beans, pasilla chilies, and orange peel.
Imperial Stout w. Raisinée (Caramelized and concentrated slow-cooked pear and quince juice)
"This beer is inspired by cool nights in the great outdoors; sharing stories under the stars with a mug of hot cocoa, a full hip flask and marshmallows toasting over the glowing embers. Our Fireside blend is made up of some incredible dark beers, including some Barrel Aged Draugen, which is providing the underlying wisp of oakey smoke in the air. A heartwarming companion to the season."
"Fresh out of barrel the beer is full of chocolate notes, which Haunted House elevates further with cacao husks. These husks add some light milk chocolate notes, making sure everything stays drinkable through different dimensions of sweetness, with toasted coconut chips joining in creamy harmony in a sequence of sensations. There’s a lot going on here, but the strength of the beer is up to the task of allowing this beer to excite and delight with each sip."
"Fresh out of barrel the beer is full of chocolate notes, which Helter Skelter turns into a full-on chocolate orange experience. Hand-peeled orange zest is swirling in vibrant oily flavour which goes on a ride with the sweet chocolate base beer. In order to keep this in check, additional oak will give you subtle vanilla wafer notes but also enough drying finish to keep you going back to the start. This is a playful beer that we hope will put a smile on your face."
"Fresh out of barrel the beer already has a depth of coffee and chocolate flavour. Waltzer amps these notes up and spins them around with the addition of our own rum barrel aged coffee beans, a collaborative project with Quarter Horse roasters. This accentuates the boozy tones of the beer with some rum character while adding a resonant coffee hit. Complexity of acidity, biscuity notes, cherries and dried fruits all begins to swirl with the heady overtones of the base beer in an intoxicating treat"
Rum BA Brett quadrupel w. dried figs. "Deep and complex. Cerf began maturing in rum barrels with our bretts strain many months ago. Once ready, we infused it with dried figs to further develop its complexity."
"Summoned from its rest in rum barrels after fourteen long months, this hefty stout totes tones of spice cake, Demerara Sugar, and nutty cocoa. Brewed in collaboration with our dear friend John Laffler of Off Color Brewing, allow this paranormal stout to warm slightly in the glass before you put your fuzzy paws on it."
After brewing this imperial stout, it was aged in bourbon barrels for 14 months and conditioned on vanilla beans, almonds, cacao, and pecans.
Bourbon Barrel aged Stout with coffee, cacao nibs, and vanilla beans added
"In 2015, we had a one off imperial stout aging in barrels for close to a year. These barrels had a rich chocolate/vanilla character. But were asking for a boost. Stauf's coffee roasters in Columbus, Ohio nailed the perfect roast on some authentic Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee to compliment this barrel-aged stout."
Russian Imperial Stout aged in bourbon barrels for a year
"The hauntingly good brew in your hand is rife with dark complexities. Seven malts were used to create deep flavors of coffee, chocolate, caramel, and molasses. A hint of bitterness and herbal character from carefully selected European and American hops help support the monolithic maltiness. This special batch was aged in bourbon barrels and conditioned on vanilla beans and whole coffee beans. A truly decadent brew that is intended to be poured into your favorite snifter annd given time to warm up from its dark and cool resting place."
The first stout from Blaugies!