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Unread 2019-08-05, 05:29 PM   #2026
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A new Flash Pack has developed 📸
The latest lineup of this picturesque pack features three cans each of the brand new Steep Drop Nitro Coffee Milk Stout, the returning Tart Apple Radler, plus year-round favorites Space Camper and Easy Sport.
Learn more and look for it to start hitting shelves over the next few weeks: https://blvd.ly/FlashPackFall2019


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The boysenberries taste like BOYSENBERRIES.

Over 18 months in the making, Lickable Wallpaper is a sour saison first aged in Chardonnay casks, then a foeder with Washington boysenberries. Look for this newest First Fridays Collection beer to start hitting shelves August 12.
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Boulevard Your Popsicle Melted Coming To First Fridays Collection




This morning we have a fun new beer name coming to the First Fridays Collection from Boulevard Brewing in Kansas City, MO. The beer is called Your Popsicle Melted and it will be a sour ale age din French oak wine barrels and Sangiovanese puncheons and rested on 6,000-pounds of Michigan-grown Balaton cherries (in an oak foeder). The beer will melt in at 7.4%-AbV and it will be packaged in 750ml bottles.
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Turning 30 calls for something truly special. We’re proud to unveil our 30th Anniversary Ale, a complex blend of eight barrel-aged beers that will hit shelves and tap handles in September.



Learn more about this elegant creation and raise a toast with us: https://blvd.ly/30thAnniversaryAle








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Mariachi Moonshine, a barleywine aged in tequila AND whiskey casks, is our newest Brewhouse One Series release and is available to the public starting this Friday, 8/30! BUT, you can be one of the first to get your hands on this brewery-only release with a ticket to our pickup party tomorrow evening, with a portion of proceeds benefitting Mattie Rhodes Center.
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All signs point to a new Sample Twelve. The latest version of our variety pack starts landing on shelves tomorrow, featuring two Boulevard classics plus new Tasting Room offerings Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Brown Ale and Centennial IPA.
Learn more: https://blvd.ly/SampleTwelveFall2019


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Boulevard Tank 7 Coming To Smokestack Series 16oz Cans





Today we have an exciting new Smokestack Series can coming from Boulevard Brewing in Kansas City, MO. This is their classic Tank 7 American saison, and while the beer will remain at 8.5%-AbV & 38 IBU, this is the new 16oz can. Stay tuned for release details.
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Boulevard Adding Phantom Haze DIPA To Smokestack Series 16oz Cans




This morning we have your first peek at a new can coming to the Smokestack Series from Boulevard Brewing in Kansas City, MO. This is Phantom Haze and it will be a double IPA that is “righteously juicy.” The beer will hit 7.5%-AbV & 30 IBU and you’re looking at the 16oz can. Stay tuned for full release details.
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Boulevard & Modern Times Collaborate On Restless Nights




From Boulevard:
A collaboration with Modern Times Beer + Coffee, this beguiling blend of fresh porter and barrel-aged porter was brewed with ten varieties of malted barley, wheat and oats. Following fermentation, this inky brew rested on bourbon barrel-aged coffee for two days, infusing trace notes of ripe fruit, citrus and rich vanilla. Look for it to hit shelves and tap handles in KC starting September 30, with other areas throughout our national distribution footprint to follow.
Modern Times is an intrepid cadre of brewers, coffee roasters and culinary wizards named after a beautifully crazy utopian community founded in 1850. Today, they are a brewery and tasting room in the Point Loma neighborhood of San Diego.
Ryan McNeive, lead brewer of Boulevard’s barrel-aging program, and Tessie Warnecke, Modern Times Coffee Buyer, answer a few questions about their latest collab.

HOW DID THIS COLLABORATION COME TOGETHER?

Ryan: As we get more into experimenting with artisanal coffee, cellar techniques and barrel-aging, it seemed like a natural fit for this project. We’ve always been fans of their beer, so we reached out and asked if they would ever be interested in collaborating. It came together pretty quickly after that.

CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE BARREL-AGING PROCESS?

Ryan: We wanted to make something complex in flavor that you would want to drink more than one of in a sitting. Most of our barrel-aged beers are 11-15% ABV, so I wanted to make something more drinkable that could still stand up to the barrel-aged flavors, even though “barrel-aged session beers” aren’t really a thing.
In this case, the base beer was 50% barrel-aged in my favorite distiller’s bourbon barrels for six months and then blended with 50% fresh beer. The recipe is a spinoff of a 14% ABV whiskey barrel-aged imperial porter that we are making for 2020 that includes a lot of our favorite malts, and even though we brought down the ABV, the final blend is still big enough to stand up to the coffee and barrel flavors. It’s a different porter than anything we’ve ever released in the past.

WHAT COFFEE BEANS WERE USED IN THIS BLEND? WHEN WERE THEY ADDED TO THE BEER?

Ryan: The coffee blend is 40% bourbon barrel-aged Colombia Silvia and 60% freshly roasted Colombia Heriberto coffee, which was added to the fresh beer, then blended with the BA beer. The process was pretty rad. We took about seven hours hanging and bagging the coffee before we pushed the beer on top to age for a couple of days on whole coffee beans.
Tessie: Both of these coffees I sourced from our connection, Accresco, in Salgar, Colombia. They are about 3 hours outside of Medellin. I got to visit these farms in February and see their operations, it was an incredible experience! They operate seven farms and one nursery, as well as their own wet mills. They partner with a dry mill in the town of Salgar, and have quality control pretty much through the entire supply chain. It is a family owned and operated business, I got to pick coffee alongside 3 different generations of the family.

Colombia Silvia – aged in bourbon barrels for 4 months
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Continent: South America
Country: Colombia
Region: Salgar, Antioquia
Varietal: Castillo
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1600-1850 MASL
Cupping: Chocolate profile, clean, citrus acidity, smooth, consistent and balanced
Species: Arabica, harvest is in July to September, lot altitude: 1600-1850 MASL, picked manually, traditional washed, silo drying process with controlled airflow and temperature below 40 degrees.

Colombia Heriberto
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Continent: South America
Country: Colombia
Region: Salgar, Antioquia
Varietal: Castillo
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1600-1700 MASL
Cupping: Chocolate and mature fruit profile, clean, citrus acidity, vanilla aftertaste, smooth, consistent, and balanced.
Species: Arabica, harvest is in July and August, lot altitude: 1600-1700 MASL, picked manually, traditional washed, 16hr parchment fermentation, silo drying process with controlled airflow and temperature below 40 degrees.


HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE TASTE OF THIS BEER?

Ryan: This is one of the most complex beers we’ve ever made. Even without an extremely high ABV, there is a lot of body and malt flavors from the 10 malts used. Obviously the barrel-aged beer and barrel-aged coffee give off great whiskey aromatics and tannins that blend into a truly artisanal flavor.

WHAT WOULD YOU PAIR WITH THIS BEER?

Breakfast desserts or pastries, ice cream, and an early morning tailgate

CHARACTERISTICS

ABV – 7.5%
Bitterness – 30 IBUs
Color – 130 EBC

FLAVOR PROFILE

Aroma – Bourbon soaked chocolate, subtle citrus, vanilla
Malt – Rich chocolate, caramel, creamy
Hops – Minimal / supporting
Balance – Malt, coffee, bourbon
Body – Medium to full
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🔄 PICK THAT CAN UP, FLIP IT AND REVERSE IT 🔄


To ensure that the nitrogen in Steep Drop is activated and you have a creamy, smooth experience as intended, invert the can a few times and pour hard. The instructions are on the side of the can, too, JUUUUST in case you forget. ☕


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