Alternating Current

La Rubia
August 4, 2017
Passion Fruit
October 3, 2017

I challenged everyone on the brewing team at Heretic Brewing Company to come up with a big beer recipe, this was Andrew Conlon’s. It’s pricey, because of what went into brewing it. It took nearly two years to make from brew day to release, spending over a year in fresh dumped 10 year old Heaven Hill bourbon barrels. We use single-source, locally roasted First Crack Coffee and Madagascar vanilla beans. The end result is a 15.1% smooth, luscious, complex imperial stout. The name comes from Andrew’s initials, but also the alternating effect of coffee versus alcohol.

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