stout beer have long shared a history, and this new
collaborative release from 21st Amendment updates the old
English classic by combining a dense, chocolaty stout with crushed oyster
shells from Bay Area Hog Island Oyster Company. It’s everything we’ve come to
expect from the style with rich, roasted malt flavors followed by a crisp,
clean, briny finish.
Combining fresh baby ginger with a generous
dose of Virginia-local honey, this hearty stout combines some of our favorite
seasonal flavors—think gingersnaps, herbs and baking spice—into
one brew. Those lucky enough to live in the Richmond, Virginia area can
currently spy it on taps around town, and while it might be tough for
those of us in other regions to get a taste, it’s worth the hunt.
creative collaborative release from Stone, this tri-hopped black saison
enlisted the brewing prowess of the minds behind Baltimore’s Stillwater Brewing
and Denmark’s Evil Twin for rich, wintry flavors of smoky chocolate, dried figs
and slight warming herbs on the finish.