Stout At The Devil is a Caramel Coffee Cream Stout, and is the result of Straight to Ale's Red White & Brew promotion! (Description provided by company)
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The Beer Fairy handed me a crowler of a new brew from Yellowhammer named "Joey Freshwater Gose" the other day. Last night, once home from work, I popped the can open to review. Oh, it turned into such a nice way to wrap up my day. What the brewers called Joey Freshwater Gose is being released to the public with the name "Kettle Sour Gose".
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The Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board (ABC) has been pondering about the recent law that allows for breweries to sell beer-to-go to customers. Free the Hops has this to say:
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An unfiltered German wheat ale brewed with coriander and salt. It is kettle soured for 4 days to make it a dry, tart refreshing beer. (Description provided by company)
American strong ale which was dry-hopped.
This light pink warm weather Saison blends Sauvignon blanc grapes & hibiscus to create a wonderfully complex beer with a dry finish. Earthy notes from Saison yeast coupled with tannic dryness from hibiscus flowers perfectly balance the subtle sweetness of Sauvignon blanc grapes.
reDANKulous Imperial Red IPA is a no frills, bold 9.5% ABV India Pale Ale. It pours a pleasing burnt amber with some sweetness due to the Caramalt and roasted barley used in the malt bill. But hops are the true headliner in this elaborate sensory experience.
The Chimay Cinq Cents, with its golden hue, offers a rare balance of mellowness and bitterness. (Description provided by company)
Lil’ Raspy is a little sensitive. He’s low ABV, got a soft, white, fluffy cap and the raspberry puree he’s brewed with gives him a pinkish hue. And that makes people think he isn’t tough.
About two weeks before we opened back in April, Brent Cole and Jay Kissell of Salty Nut Brewery walked in OTBX to an empty store, well, make that a place that was starting to look sort of like a store.
A fresh take on our popular summer seasonal - this German influenced, kettle-soured wheat beer bursts with flavor. With notes of fresh-squeezed lemonade and a light, crisp body, this beer offers a refreshing experience that pairs well warm summer weather in Lower Alabama.
We try to come up with names and imagery that are memorable and descriptive of the beer, and feel that Unimpeachable Pale Ale is both. (Description provided by company)
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