Olde Rabbit’s Foot Bourbon Imperial Stout Coming 12/8


From Foothills:

It’s almost time for the fourth annual release of the famous collaborative brew Olde Rabbit’s Foot. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, December 8.

For those who don’t already know, the Olde Rabbit’s Foot is a truly unique brew crafted from the labors of three different NC microbreweries. Duck Rabbit, Olde Hickory, and Foothills each contributed the wort from their signature imperial stouts; the combined brew was then aged in Pappy Van Winkle barrels with honey and cocoa nibs to produce a libation guaranteed to sweeten your countenance and enhance your reputation.

The bottles are 22 oz. and $20 each, and will go on sale at 10am. As with past bottle releases, we do recommend being very early to wait in line– there is a limit of four bottles per person, but supplies are still limited, and we cannot guarantee or reserve bottles for anyone.

Already available at the pub and in stores are the Carolina Blonde, Carolina Strawberry, Cottonwood Endo, and Cottonwood Pumpkin. Cottonwood Frostbite will go on tap at the pub sometime this week, and will enter the market in a couple weeks.

Available in 22oz bombers right now: Seeing Double IPA, Hoppyum IPA, Torch Pilsner, Carolina Blonde, Cottonwood Endo, People’s Porter, and Bourbon-Barrel Aged People’s Porter.

Available in 6-packs now: Carolina Blonde, Cottonwood Endo, and Carolina Strawberry.

Available in 6-packs soon: Cottonwood Frostbite.

Available in 6-packs this winter: Hoppyum IPA, Torch Pilsner, and People’s Porter.

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