Emotional honey is a sour red aged for two years in an oak foudre. The beer was then transferred into mead barrels, from Vermont mead maker Artesano, and aged an additional 8 months. The finished beer is copper in color with a complex aroma including oak, dill and stone fruit. Emotional Honey has a lingering malt character in the flavor, an assertive tartness and long, dry finish.
Pelican head brewer Jason Schlebach took his inspiration for this robust, creamy stout from the Champurrado – a traditional Mexican drink made of chocolate, corn and milk – made by his grandmother. Heavy-hitting chocolate, Tanzanian cacao and Indonesian cinnamon shape the flavor profile of a beer Schlebach says is "like no other we've tasted before" (6% ABV).
Dark, malty and soft, Uncle Stepdad's was aged 10 months in bourbon and apple brandy barrels compliments of Clear Creek Distilling. Although plenty boozy (10.8% ABV), with a strong bourbon nose, this Imperial Stout's flavors are mellowed by rich vanilla, cocoa and coffee.
Dynasty is our massive and complex imperial stout - rich and full-bodied, with notes of chocolate, molasses, and fig. We'll be releasing cans and draft pours at the Taproom the week of December 10th, then sending it out to stores in Massachusetts soon after!
It is an ale brewed with Mexican chocolate tablets from Hugo’s (Houston, TX) cinnamon and vanilla, 5.6% ABV 39 IBU