Beer News from Bullfrog

28 January 2010

BullfrogBrewing I heard from Terry and he passed on a few exciting tidbits about upcoming beers at Bullfrog.

  • el Diablo, a Belgian-inspired golden ale aged on French oak chips will be tapping tomorrow (1/29).  Terry is also going to bottle about 40 cases bottle-conditioned w/ 3 strains of Brettanomyces to be released in July or maybe August (it will be labled 'el Diablo Deluxe')
  • The Duchess de Duryea fro the AuRants grand opening will be renamed 'the Jaspers' named after one of Terry’s favorite Frank Herbert novels, The Santaroga Barrier, and is still being released in May (first Friday).
  • Some other new drafts coming on in the next week or two... Black Light, a Belgian-inspired dark ale weighing in at 4.8% abv and Sunrise Red, a hoppy red ale weighing in at 4.6 - 4.8% abv
  • And one last tidbit and perhaps my favorite….and I quote, “

    I know I've really been into session beers lately but don't worry there will be more mayhem inducing brews following... can you say 3yr old, barrel-aged, chocolate and coffee infused, fully buggered Imperial Stout... more on that one later. “

    Thanks Terry….Count me in on the Imperial (and the others too)!

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