November 6th, 2015
New This Week…
Jane’s Beer Store Presents:
North Coast, Old Rasputin. The Russian Imperial Stout we all know and love now available in 22oz bottles!
Anderson Valley, Briney Melon Gose. A new twist on their Gose, this ale boasts a thrist quenching-tartness that is perfectly balanced by subtle watermelon flavors and aromas. Gentle additions of sea-salt create a refreshing harmony between the acidity and fruity sweetness leading to a clean, dry finish.
The Bruery, Humulus Terreux. Each batch of Humulus Terreux will use a different hop varietal and one of the several strains of Brettanomyces yeasts that we have incubating in our laboratory to create a one of a kind, wildly traditional bière. The flavor possibilities are endless when combining possible hop notes of citrus, pine, flowers or grass with the barnyard funk, earth and tropics that can come from a 100% Brettanomyces fermentation. While each beer will showcase a different, distinct character, the overall result will always be dry, funky and delightfully hoppy.
Alpine, Pure Hoppiness. This mega-hopped, West Coast-Style India Pale Ale will take you to hop heaven! Using hops in the boil, more hops in the giant hopback, and adding to that, and incredible amount of dry-hopping for that cutting edge “hop bite.” Once you’ve tasted this unique beer, all others pale in comparison! Bottled 10/27/15! 8% Abv
Hop Dogma, A-Frame. Hop heavy, fresh and bursting with aroma, every malt and hop addition to this beer was carefully chosen to represent each individual friend’s unique contribution to their collective friendship. The result is an IPA that is uniquely bold, exquisitely balanced, delightfully diverse, and full of robust flavors. Bottled 10/29/15! 6.7% Abv
Hop Dogma, Grabtown Gulch. Named after an awe inspiring hike through the Santa Cruz Mountains, this is a tribute to the bountiful wilderness that surrounds us, centers us, and enriches our souls. With hints of orange zest, mild earthy notes, and a unique balancing spiciness to round out a full-bodied flavor, this saison is the perfect crescendo to a day of outdoor fun. 6% Abv
Stone, 2015 Double Bastard. This is a lacerative muther of a beer. The evil big brother of Arrogant Bastard Ale. It is strongly suggested you stay far, far away from this beer. Those foolish enough to venture close enough to taste will experience a punishingly unforgiving assault on the palate. 11% Abv
Drakes, 2015 Jolly Rodger. For this year’s batch, Drake’s brewed an Imperial Coffee Porter, partnering up with Oakland’s Highwire Coffee Roasters. They used a naturally sun-dried Colombian coffee with a creamy body and ripe berry flavors. To round out the final brew, they added a rare coffee blossom honey which imparts an aromatic honey sweetness. 8.1% Abv