Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Orpheus releases Abandon All Hope Imperial Stout aged in three different barrels tonight!

One of my favorite artists, R.Land, did the art for this joint!
This, plus the gangster draft list below makes it a ridiculous evening!

Say What?! Vanilla beans, three barrels, and 13.9%? Oh my!

Plain and simple, you do not want to miss this one. Listen to this Abandon All Hope Imperial Stout description straight from the source:
“Over a year in the making, we're finally releasing bottles of Abandon All Hope, a 13.9% Imperial Stout that aged on vanilla beans and spent 12 months in a blend of Woodford Reserve Double Oak, Heaven Hill 10 year, and Jack Daniels Single Barrel Select bourbon barrels. Ticket includes brewery tour with two (2) 22 oz bottles of Abandon All Hope and a beer tasting with 7 samples.” 

Tickets on freshtix  are $51 at the brewery and well worth it! You get two 22 oz bottles of the All Hope Imperial Stout and tastings of numerous other special sippers below go live this Thursday at noon. Get 'em here. (From Orpheus: Tickets are limited, and the event will be open only to people with tickets. You'll be able to buy up to 2 tickets at a time, but by law you'll need the other person with you to claim the 2nd. There will be no refunds or chance to come back and get the extra bottles if the 2nd person isn't there.)
The gangster draft list includes:
  • Abandon All Hope (Bourbon Barrel-aged Imperial Stout with Vanilla Beans, 13.9%)
  • Ye Who Enter Here (Bourbon Barrel-aged Imperial Stout with Coffee, Chiles, and Vanilla Beans, 14%)
  • The Sirens (Green Strawberry Wild Ale aged in Wine Barrels, 5%)
  • Cognac Barrel-aged Sykophantes (Fig Sour Ale aged in Cognac barrels, 9%)
  • Those Who Cast Shadows (Sour Ale aged in Port barrels, 8%)
  • Transmigration of Souls (Double IPA, 10%)
  • Maenads Tripel (Native Yeast Tripel, 9%)
  • Sykophantes Blanc (Sour Ale with Golden Figs, 9%)
  • Noise and Flesh (Wild Ale aged in wine barrels, 4.4%)
  • Stone and Flesh (Wild Ale aged in wine barrels and refermented with GA peaches, 4.4%)


See you there!

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