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Weekend of 1/6

Westbrook ‘Mexican Cake’, 10.5% ABV, Imperial Stout. Mt. Pleasant, SC – A serious imperial stout aged on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks and fresh habanero peppers. Perfect balance of sweet roasted malts, spices, and heat from the peppers. Absolutely delicious!

Evil Twin/ Westbrook ‘Imperial Mexican Biscotti Cake Break’, 10.5% ABV, Imperial Stout. Brooklyn, NY/ Mt. Pleasant, SC – Base beer is same as above but with Evil Twin thrown in the mix they added almonds and coffee! This super special collab is incredible – think roasted malts, vanilla, cocoa, dark chocolate, peppery heat and chocolate cake. Mmm… cake.

Alesmith ‘Speedway Stout – Vietnamese Coffee’, 12% ABV, Imperial Stout. San Diego, CA – We’ll have the OG Speedway Stout on draft as well; ominous, pitch-black, chocolate and roasted malts dominate, supported by notes of dark fruits, toffee and caramel. Brewed with Vietnamese Coffee and no Lactose.

Alesmith ‘Speedway Stout – Mokasida Coffee’, 12% ABV, Imperial Stout. San Diego, CA – Same as above but different variant! Mokaside is a regional blend of coffees that showcases the subtle characteristics of East African beans. When paired with the chocolate and roast character of this imperial stout, Mokaside imparts notes of cocoa, blueberry and sweet potatoes to make a truly unique beer.

Omnipollo ‘Selassie’, 11% ABV, Imperial Stout. Stockholm, SE – From our favorite friends in Stockholm, this batch is brewed at Crazy Mountain Brewing in Edwards, CO.  Rich medley of quality coffee, roasted malt, smoky hops, semi-sweet chocolate and sweet vanilla. Heads up: sip it slowly as it is rich as fudge.

Rodenbach ‘Alexander’, 6% ABV, Sour Red/Brown Ale. Roeselare, Belgium – This beer hasn’t been brewed since 1999 and last released in 2000, it’s a blended Flanders (“foederbier” aged in giant oak tanks) macerated with sour cherries. To be able to have this legendary beer in house is extraordinary! It’s complex, vinegary tartness is complemented by a malty red-ale backbone and hints of almond from the cherry pits.

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