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    Going seasonal tonight with Whiskey Barrel Aged Imperial Pumpkin Porter from Epic Brewing.



    Hand-selected whiskey barrels bring forth notes of caramel and toasted oak which perfectly complement the spices and Madagascar vanilla.
    Poured black into a Snifter with a large, light brown head. Allowed to warm a little bit. Smells of pumpkin spice, tannin, whiskey, and roasted malt. Very nice smell! The taste is pumpkin spice, tannic oak, vanilla, brown sugar, and mellow whiskey. Body is medium-heavy and fairly carbonated. Has a 9% ABV. No denying, Epic makes some really good stuff!

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    Enjoying a limited release from Rhinegeist tonight!

    This time, a barrel aged take on their Penguin Blonde Stout with Bourbon Barrel Aged Penguin.



    Infused with coffee and cacao nibs, our Blonde Stout spent a year wetting its beak in freshly used bourbon barrels. The result is a complex conundrum boasting balanced notes of bright coffee, rich chocolate, subtle vanilla and toasted oak. Penguin was a collaboration with our friends at Three Weavers in Inglewood, CA.

    ABV: 11%
    IBU: n/a
    Draft / Bottle
    Aged: 11 Months in Bourbon Barrels
    Hops: Bravo, Glacier
    Malts: Golden Naked Oats, Flaked Oats, Marris Otter
    Poured a ruddy brown into a Shaker glass with a medium sized, off-white head. Definitely not as blonde as regular Penguin! Allowed to warm some. Smells of roasted coffee, caramel, and oaky bourbon. The oaky bourbon being the big difference over the regular Penguin. The taste is most definitely barrel aged Penguin. The oaky bourbon comes across quite mellow. A bit more boozy and finishes with warmth that standard Penguin lacks. Medium bodied and comes in at 11% ABV. Regular Penguin is a tasty brew and this is a much more refined version of it! Good stuff!

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    Semi-local for tonight's brew with another one from Country Boy and their Nate's Coffee Stout



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    Have you enjoyed a pint of Nate’s Stout? Then you’ve already tried our Organic Guatemala blend, just brewed a little differently. Nate’s and Country Boy have been brewing beers and coffee together for three years. Though the stout isn’t always on tap, the staff at Country Boy wakes up with Nate’s every day in their brewery and warehouse.

    Aside from our relationship and product with Country Boy, we think they are a great business doing great things. We are proud to say we know the people who work for Country Boy and love being a part of that family.

    Country Boy Brewing is also now open in Georgetown, KY! This new taproom has a great atmosphere and an amazing patio! They are now serving Little Black Train, a stout featuring Nate’s Espresso Blend and selling whole bean coffee (the only place in Georgetown to get it!)
    Poured pitch black into a Snifter with a medium sized tan head. Great dark roast coffee and toasted malt. Not a complex scent but it smells damn good! Flavor is just like the smell and full of roasted coffee with some toasted malt and a tiny bit of chocolate and lactose. Body is medium-heavy and a tad creamy. A nice 8% ABV. A really great example of a coffee stout! A shame it isn't a regular brew from Country Boy, I could see myself buying it frequently.

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    Local from Listermann tonight with their National Cat Day NEIPA



    Admittedly not really a cat person but, since I got National Dog Day from Listermann, I had to get this.

    Poured bright, hazy gold into a Shaker with a sizable white head. Rather sharp citrus hop aroma with a touch of malt. Nicely balanced malt and hop flavors with very minimal bitterness. Citrus hoppiness and caramel malts. Medium bodied and weighs in at 6.6% ABV. A solid NEIPA for sure.

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