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Anderson Valley Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout

"Complexity. Aged for three months in Wild Turkey Bourbon barrels, this luxurious stout has a deep ebony hue and a beautiful mahogany head. The woody, vanilla-like notes imparted by the barrels mingle with aromas of fresh baked bread, toffee, and espresso and envelop the rich chocolate and roasted barley flavors with a fine bourbon character. Our exclusive partnership with Wild Turkey gives Anderson Valley a world class, consistent source of barrelage, allowing our brewers to explore new frontiers in barrel-aged craft beer." —brewer

Bolero Snort 20th & Bull Stout

"We couldn't be more excited to have our permanent home be right here in Bergen County - so we started by brewing our Bergen County Bull Stout base thats now clocking in at 13.1% - we then gave it a 5th Avenue candy bar treatment - conditioning the beer with Peanut Butter, close to 5 lbs per barrel of freshly roasted cocoa nibs, and a touch of milk sugar and vanilla to round things out. The result is decadent, chocolaty, peanut butter cream goodness." —brewer

Bolero Snort Doubull Stuffed Imperial Stout

"We stuffed the mash to the brim and dunked a few cookies in the boil of this Imperial Milk + Cookies Stout. Brewed with white chocolate and cocoa and aged on cocoa nibs and Madagascar Vanilla - it's drinking the lost cookie at the bottom of your glass of stout! Get stuffed!" —brewer

Brooklyn Black Ops

"Brooklyn Black Ops does not exist. However, if it did exist, it would be a strong stout concocted by the Brooklyn brewing team under cover of secrecy and hidden from everyone else at the brewery. The myth is that this supposed 'Black Ops' was then aged for four months in bourbon barrels, bottled flat, and re-fermented with Champagne yeast. Presumably such a beer would raise a rich, fluffy dark brown head and it would combine chocolate and coffee flavors with a rich underpinning of vanilla-like bourbon notes. A beer like that would be mighty nice, but it would be hard to make more than few cases — it could never be sold or released to the public. They say that the brewmaster revealed the beer to a few other people at the brewery only after it had been barreled. This beer is obviously a figment of people's fervent imaginations. Everyone go home now — there's nothing to see here." —brewer
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Evil Twin Harlan's Even More Jesus

"A few times in the history of craft beer it has happened that a highly praised beer rises beyond mortal stardom into a higher godly league. Usually the recipe to make such heavenly drops is thick fudge-like body, pitch black color, amazingly overwhelming aromas of chocolate, coffee, dark fruits and muscovado sugar. We took this beer to the next level and barrel aged it on rare barrels from a cult winery in California." —brewer

Evil Twin Some People Are Immune to Good Advice

"Some People Are Immune To Good Advice Imperial Maple Stout is an intense imperial oatmeal stout brewed with a healthy amount of the best maple syrup money can buy, from our friends BliS in Michigan." —brewer

Gigantic Most Most Premium Russian Imperial Stout Barrel Aged 2017

"Blacker than the uncaring hearts of the Czars of Russia, richer than their estates, more decadent than their palaces, and larger than their empire, this bourbon barrel aged imperial stout is truly MOST Most Premium." —brewer

Rogue Hazelutely Choctabulous

"It tastes like a candy bar: dark and decadent with a rich nutty flavor up front followed by a chocolate truffle finish." —brewer

Singlecut Eric More Cowbell!

"WE’VE GOT A FEVER – And there is only one cure: a lusciously creamy, slightly sweet Stout that sits atop a roast malt base and huge cocoa infusion that will rock all night long." —brewer

SingleCut Heavy Boots of Lead

"Super complex richness of mega-chocolate, roast, vanilla and coffee in an astonishingly smooth monster of a brew." —brewer

Singlecut Nexus of the Crisis

"HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR COFFEE? This starts with our HEAVY BOOTS OF LEAD IMPERIAL STOUT blended with whiskey barrel-aged coffee beans. Yes, it is as heavenly as it sounds." —brewer