Boulevard Releasing Requiem For a Pancake At Breakfast for (Beer) Dinner 3/1

imageFrom Boulevard:

Requiem for a Pancake, a decadent imperial brown ale aged in rye whiskey maple syrup barrels, is the inaugural release in our Brewhouse One Series. The beer is 13.3% ABV and 30 IBUs.

Breakfast for (Beer) Dinner attendees will receive one bottle signed by Brewmaster Steven Pauwels as part of their ticket package and will have the opportunity to purchase one additional bottle the evening of the dinner.

Bottles will be available to the public at our Tours & Recreation Center beginning at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 1st ($12 each, limit four per person). For every bottle sold, Boulevard will donate $1 to Guadalupe Centers, Inc., serving the Kansas City community since 1919.

UPDATE 21 Feb 2017 from Boulevard:

Last year, Boulevard’s brewers and barrel-wranglers got their hands on something special – a collection of diminutive eight-gallon oak barrels that had worked their magic on Woodinville Whiskey Co. rye and bourbon, before taking a turn aging rich, complex maple syrup. That’s where we came in: we brewed a big, boozy imperial brown ale to luxuriate in these already twice-used micro-barrels, a small batch beer for our friends and neighbors.

Packaged in 12 ounce bottles, Requiem for a Pancake will be available to the public at our Tours & Recreation Center beginning at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 1st ($12 each, limit four per person). For every bottle sold, Boulevard will donate $1 to Guadalupe Centers, Inc., serving the Kansas City community since 1919.----

Requiem for a Pancake is 13.3% ABV and 30 IBUs.
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We’re super excited to share Requiem for a Pancake, our first Brewhouse One Series beer with you this week. In an effort to ensure bottle sales run fairly and smoothly, please familiarize yourself with the procedures we’ll have in place during the bottle release.

Beginning at 8am on Wednesday, March 1st, Boulevardians will place stanchions in front of the Tours & Rec Center located at 2534 Madison Avenue to create a clear separation between the lines for Requiem for a Pancake bottles and free public tour tickets.

At 10am, the doors to the Tours & Rec Center will open and those waiting in line to purchase Requiem for a Pancake will be directed to the checkout counter in our gift shop where each individual may purchase up to four bottles at the cost of $12 each with $1 from every bottle sold being donated to our friends and neighbors at Guadalupe Centers, Inc.

Please have your valid ID and method of payment ready to ensure the line can move as efficiently as possible.

Upon successfully purchasing the allotted four bottles, we’ll stamp your hand to let Boulevardians know you’re good to go. For this inaugural Brewhouse One Series beer, we’re kindly asking that you do not get back in line to purchase more bottles on the day of the release.

Additionally, the Beer Hall will open an hour earlier at 10am if you’d like to stick around for a beer and a snack after purchasing your bottles.

Questions? Feel free to tag us on Twitter (@Boulevard_Beer) or send a Facebook message our way at Boulevard.com/Facebook.----

To learn more about Requiem for a Pancake, click here.

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