Introducing, BrewDog! At BrewDog, they’re on a mission to make other people passionate about great craft beer as much as they are. Every beer they make, everything they do, ties back to that. They are committed to putting passion, the flavor and the artisan craftsmanship back into people’s glasses. They want to change the world of beer forever and introduce people to new dimensions of flavor they never knew existed. Whether it’s their hotel & brewery, jet airline, mini TV show, a multitude of UK-based brewpubs, an aggressive approach of expansion in the US, a 60% strong ale stuffed into a taxidermied squirrel, brewing on a boat, their whole equity philosophy, rolling into London on a tank, buying Stone’s Berlin brewery, kick-ass marketing, kick-ass liquid, these guys are a beautiful and fucked combination of grace and gritty. Here’s to beers that will start a revolution.
BrewDog package & draft will be available in the following counties:
Anne Arundel County
Prince George’s County
Queen Anne’s County
St. Mary’s County
BrewDog “Clockwork Tangerine”
Style: Session IPA
Notes: This fully automated IPA is infused with tangerine. At 4.5% ABV, it’s a stand-out session beer that packs a perfectly times delivery of juicy and mellow tropical fruit resting on a lightly toasted and caramel base. Fresh, juicy, and sessionable. Clockwork Tangerine, the director’s cut for the twenty-first century.
BrewDog “Elvis Juice”
Style: American IPA
Notes: BrewDog’s naturally flavored IPA packs more fruit than the state of California. A zest zenith on the nose. Fruity foreplay gives way to a truckload of grapefruit and orange in an inter-state pile up of citrus. A frenzied fruit cocktail of flavor builds to a crescendo and a bitter finale leaves you screaming for more. Elvis Juice, the absolute King in a world of wannabes.
BrewDog “Hazy Jane”
Style: Hazy IPA
Notes: East Coasts collide and crank it up for this New England IPA returned in Scotland. Brewed with oats and wheat and left unfiltered for a hazy appearance and super smooth delivery. Dry-hopped for a full-tilt fruit hit with pineapple, mango and hint of zesty lime. Low on bitterness, high on haze, heavy on hops. Hazy Jane, embrace the opaque.
BrewDog “Jet Black Heart”
Style: Milk Stout
Notes: This sable stout is black as pitch and smooth as hell. Jet Black Heart is a milk stout with an ebony core. Loaded with oatmeal and primed for a velvet smooth delivery. Cacao, roasted coffee and berry fruits linger in its deepest, darkest depths. Full-bodied, rich and decadent to the core. Jet Black Heart, beer to blacken your soul.
BrewDog “King of Eights”
Style: American IPA
Notes: A New England-style IPA with truckloads of aroma. Ripe, tropical and citrus scents, closely tailgated by a smooth, juicy, full-bodied palate and a soft bitter finish. King of Eights, cue ‘em up.
BrewDog “Lost Lager”
Style: German Pilsner
Notes: Lager is one hell of a beer if you make it right. Lost Lager takes back the ground lost over decades by lager monoliths. This is a dry-hopped pilsner made with classic German Saphir hops, giving vibrant citrus and stone-fruit notes. Built from Bavarian yeast, it was a crisp, clean taste. This is lager like it was, like it should be, like it will be. Lager is back!
BrewDog “Punk IPA”
Style: English IPA
Notes: A decade ago there was a revolution. A beer revolution. Punk IPA is the beer that kick-started it. This light, golden classic has been subverted with new world hops to create an explosion of flavor. Bursts of caramel and tropical fruit with an all-out riot of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee, precede a spiky bitter finish. This is the beer that started it all – and it’s not done yet. Punk, Quintessential Empire with an anarchic twist.
Jailbreak “Funk Sway – Key Lime Berliner Weisse”
Style: Berliner Weisse
Notes: Intensely pleasant key lime aromatics are punctuated by firm tartness, with a large supporting role from hefty proportions of malted wheat. Funk Sway is approachable to those perhaps unfamiliar with Berliner Weissbiers, but its appeal to sour beer lovers is thoroughly undeniable.
Port City “Rivershed Ale”
Style: American Pale Ale
Notes: Port City’s tribute to the Chesapeake Bay and the rivers that feed into it, Rivershed Ale is a dry-hopped pale ale brewed with local grains that provide the perfect context for a bright hop flavor.