Dock Street Announces Rare Bottle Releases 11/16

imageFrom Dock St:

On November 16th, we're releasing three special, bottle-conditioned 22oz bombers tomorrow, in hopes to make it to your Thanksgiving table. And so you know the delectability you are in for, the Bourbon Barrel Oatmeal Stout will be on tap as well. All are extremely limited, so get 'em while the getting - and gifting - is good.

OATMEAL STOUT
5.5% 27 IBUs
A rich and elegant stout, brewed with a plethora of flaked oats, roasted barley, and chocolate malts. Pours opaque with a beautiful aroma, silky mouthfeel, and milk chocolate colored head.

$11/750ml bottle

PRINCE MYSHKIN RUSSIAN IMPERIAL STOUT

9.8% 71 IBUs

Pours a deep, opaque, midnight-black, with a dense milk colored head. Brewed with a large percentage of roasted and chocolate malts for depth and complexity. Flavors are reminiscent of dark fruits, chocolate and sandalwood, making Prince Myshkin’s Stout perfect for dessert, or a dangerously smooth nightcap. "But who's Prince Myshkin," you may be wondering? He's the Idiot-Sauvant from Dostoyevsky's novel, The Idiot, who the Russian writer described as "entirely positive... with an absolutely beautiful nature".

$13/750ml bottle

BOURBON BARREL AGED OATMEAL STOUT

6.2% 27 IBUs

We aged last winter's batch of Oatmeal Stout in a Heaven Hill Bourbon barrel for 7 months, adding a warming complexity to an already elegant beer. Aromas and flavors of vanilla and oak intermingle with the chocolate silkiness of the base beer to create the liquid equivalent of a warm blanket on a cold night.

$14/750ml bottle

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