Introducing Dudes’ Brewing Company!!! Three four pack can varieties and a 12 Pack sampler with four of each of their styles.
Those of you who signed up for Rogue Sriracha Stout, it is here and we will be finalizing the list tomorrow!
Manchester just got Boulevard Last Splash on the cheap! Get it while supplies last!
Lagunitas Gnarleywine Arrived today……
Abita’s Strawberry is in. Get your 12 pack can or 6 pack bottles!!
More news soon…….
This first edition of our Imperial Stout “X” series, incorporates freshly roasted Ethiopian Sidamo beans from our friends and neighbors at The Roasterie. After fermentation is complete and the beer has been crash cooled with the yeast removed, our brewers transfer Imperial Stout into a sanitized stainless tank that has been fitted with bags of coarsely ground coffee beans. At this point, the beer is at 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Infusing the coffee at this temperature is similar to the cold toddy method of brewing coffee. The cold toddy method extracts far fewer acids from the coffee resulting in remarkably smooth, yet concentrated flavors. We allow the beer to rest on the coffee for a minimum of 24 hours before removing the beer from the coffee beans. Imperial Stout X – Coffee is not barrel aged.
The resulting beer is a marriage of huge, round, chocolate and caramel notes from the base beer, with smooth layers of sweet citrus and floral flavors and aromas from the coffee.
Fresh off the truck this morning is 4 new varieties from another new Missouri brewery. Public House Brewing Co. Out of St. James and Rolla.
New Belgium Lips of Faith collab with Oud Beersel Transatlantique Kriek is in and in very limited quality, also from New Belgium is 2015 La Folie.
A huge shipment of beer glass wear was just delivered. Come by and build your beer glass collection!
2015 Boulevard Smokestack Series Special Release Chocolate Ale is here! Come get a bottle Today!
David Myers, known as ‘Chairman of the Mead’, founder of Redstone Meadery, is a romantic and wants to see mead once again enjoying the glory days of yesteryear. He started the Boulder, Colorado company with the ‘natural philosophy’ that he produce the highest quality honey wine on the market.
Because of this ‘philosophy of mead’, Redstone does not cork (to avoid oxidation) but instead uses swing top bottles. This ensures the mead will not breathe while cellaring plus offers a much longer shelf life once the bottle has been opened.
In keeping with the ‘natural’ approach, Redstone does not add any sulfites, a known allergen, as honey is it’s own natural preservative. Redstone only pasteurizes the must (unfermented mead) and never boils. The company strives to feature the flavors of the fermentable as much as possible.
In 2003 Redstone Meadery brought the International Mead Festival (www.meadfest.com) to Boulder, Colorado and with that helped to establish mead as its own beverage category. Also at this time Redstone spearheaded the creation of the International Mead Association (www.meadfest.org) to help promote and educate the masses about the world’s first fermented beverage.
Currently, Redstone products are distributed to 20 states across the U.S., making it the widest distributed wine from the state of Colorado and one of the most widely distributed meads in the country! From the Northwest to the Southeast, Ask for Mead
Today were releasing the beer that was held for our VIP list that wasn’t picked up. No reservation will be taken on this release, it will be first come first served.
Brewed by Charleville Vineyard & Microbrewery
Ste. Genevieve, Missouri USA
Serve in Trappist glass
Formerly known as Charleville Double Chocolate Belgian Quad.
It’s difficult to express love’s nuances much like the complexity of this Belgian style chocolate quad. You might use a box of chocolate to express your love; we use it to demonstrate our passion for great beer.
Ever wondered where your whiskey comes from? We’ve got you covered.
The newest offering in the Bud Light Rita family is here! Available as a winter seasonal, these just arrived at our Missouri stores today. At $9.99 a 12 pack, you won’t find them anywhere cheaper in town.
Le Terroir is a french term meaning “of the earth.” Used to reference the environmental conditions that affect the brew, we like to think about the terroir of our foeders. These wooden barrels age our sour beer in varying temperatures, humidity, and vibrations. The terroir of New Belgium, so to speak. Add in another variable by dry-hopping with peachy, mango-like Amarillo hops, and we created a beer that changes every time we brew it.
Available for $12.99/22oz bottle.