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The Bruery Black Tuesday 2011 Release Information

Beer

08.10.2011

Black Tuesday

Since 2009, The Bruery’s Black Tuesday has been one of the most talked about beers each year. This year, the monster 19-22% abv barrel aged imperial stout is back and it appears to be in much larger quantities as well, with The Bruery Reserve Society members being able to purchase 6 bottles in addition to the one bottle included with their membership, compared to the three you were allowed to buy in 2009 and in 2010.

See below for full detail of the 2011 release of The Bruery Black Tuesday:

It’s time again for another Reserve Society allocation. The following beer will be available for order between August 12th and September 2nd at society.thebruery.com

Black Tuesday:
Our infamous Black Tuesday is an imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels for over a year. Rich caramel, toasted malt, vanilla, burnt wood and anise are just a few of the many flavors in this rich, decadent imperial stout.

Learn more about Black Tuesday at here.

• As a Reserve Society member, one (1) bottle of Black Tuesday has already been allocated to you as part of your initial membership fee. You may purchase a maximum of six (6) more bottle allocations for yourself. Each allocation is $30 before your 15% discount. Bottles will be released on or around Tuesday, October 25th. Official release details will be made known closer to the date.

• We will be holding a small release party on October 25th. Information and tickets for the party will be released in September.

• Remaining bottles of Black Tuesday will be sold to the general public through an online sale on October 25th. Bottles will be limited and we can not guarantee that you will be able to purchase a bottle during the general release sale.”



Comments

  1. Jim Redmond | Saturday, August 13, 2011

    Memorable quote:

    “Most of the beer drinking public drinks beer [for one reason: to get drunk]. Beer snobs, like wine snobs, drink for the taste. I enjoy tasting new beers and have no problem paying the higher price, but when I want to get drunk I’ll knock back whatever AB or Miller product is on sale.
    And it takes a very special a$$hole to act like beer or wine is somehow incredibly “complex with hints of oak, blackberry, Peruvian Malt crystals steamed over banana leaf and monkey urine”.”

    Aged in BOURBON BARRELS. Myeeeeeesssssssss.


  2. Brian Kropf | Wednesday, August 17, 2011

    Oh Jim Redmond, how I love you ….


  3. David | Monday, September 12, 2011

    We are lucky to be living the times where barrel aging is coming to the main(er) stream. Its inevitable that as the peeps in America and abroad are pushing the limits of beer as we know it, experimenting with barrel aging seems like we ‘barrely’ scratched the surface.


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