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Description #1 - “ Volume # 2 in the 20th Anniversary series for Schlafly Brand Beers is Schlafly Hop Toddy Ale. This beer was brewed by the brewers who started between 1992 and 1997. Using a local farm connection which grows raw unmalted wheat was one of the elements of this beer. It is a slightly stronger wheat beer with an ABV of 7% aged in bourbon barrels. It has a light amber color mainly from the Honey Malt used in the brew, a heaping helping of locally grown wildflower honey as well as color pick up from char in the bourbon barrels. There is a citrus quality to this beer as well from both the use of lemon juice and Citra hops in both the kettle, whirlpool and dry-hopping. The combination of honey, citrus and bourbon flavors is reminiscent of a Hot Toddy and was a theme from which we worked this variation. Quite frankly we don’t know what to expect from such a beer, but look forward to when it is ready. We hope you enjoy this sampling of our personal stamp on the discovery and wonder of the art of exploration in brewing.”
Description #2 - “We don’t really know what this beer is going to taste like. But we look forward to trying it when it is ready. We hope you do as well.”
“One of the brightest of Kansas City’s culinary stars, Christopher Elbow has earned a worldwide reputation for his handcrafted chocolate masterpieces. His sweets are distinguished by their use of unusual, sometimes surprising ingredients, and that adventurous spirit has left its print on this special ale. The aroma is given over to earthy, fruity cocoa, with just a hint of hops. Smooth layers of dark chocolate intertwine with threads of caramel, vanilla, and nutty malt as the flavor warms and rounds to a bittersweet finish.”
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Technically, Scotch Ale will be the transition beer for the series, but the packaging will be the same. The Brewer's Choice series functions as a C seasonal where in the past we only had and A an B (for example, Coffee Stout and ESB or Summer lager & Raspberry). This will be widely available (at least thats my understanding) but probably not for very long. Once it's gone, it's gone. Most likely these will be one offs, so every Brewer's Choice will be unique, kind of like New Glarus' Unplugged Series. I know we've got one more planned for 2011 but it's too soon to announce. No reason we couldnt see more than 3 Brewer's Choice's in 2012. Lots of flexibility here to do whatever we want.It is always exciting when brewers get to flex their muscles and show off a little. But when you are "That good," there is nothing wrong with showing off a little. I can't wait to try the Weissbier, and then see what comes next.
Citra hops can have a lemony flavor especially in high doses and in lighter beers. In the Black Hemp the Citra is used in a way to promote the tropical and subtle melon fruit flavors that seem to play really well with toasted nuttiness of the hemp seeds and do not seem to overpower them.
Hemp is an ingredient that works well in many different beer styles. At the moment there are no set plans to do another hemp beer, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t.
As you may know hemp is one of the most important natural plants on the face of the earth. It has over 50,000 uses including beer. We are one of two industrialized countries that do not take advantage of commercially producing hemp for our own uses. Instead we send millions of dollars out of the country to import what we could easily produce right here. Part of the reason for the hemp beers is to help promote the many benefits and uses for hemp and to help educate people on the myths and many misconceptions about it.
The petition seeks to disallow synthetic and pure caffeine additions to alcohol beverages, but allow incidental caffeine from ingredients that have a long tradition in brewing, such as coffee, chocolate and tea. The petition seeks to clarify that coffee, chocolate, herbs, spices, seeds and fruit are ingredients that should remain available to brewers to make beers for responsible enjoyment by beer drinkers.This makes sense, and I would hope regulators could see the difference between an alcoholic energy drink and a stout flavored with coffee.