Hello My Name Is Beastie, AB11 and more
Introducing the newest members of the BrewDog family
The Abstrakt series continues to tantalise your taste buds with the latest edition, AB:11.
AB:11 is an imperial black barley wine brewed with ginger, black raspberries and chipotle peppers. A 12.8% rollercoaster of ginger zestiness, chipotle smokiness all bound together with dark berry tartness and the decadent residual body of a black barley wine.
Like all Abstrakt beers, AB:11 pushes the boundaries and challenges the perception of what beer is and what it can be. Brewed only once, AB:11 is excellent for drinking now, but also designed to be cellared for future enjoyment.
Malts: Extra Pale, Cara, Munich, Amber, Crystal and Carafa 1
Hops: Columbus and Saaz
Twist: Ginger, Chipotle and Bramble
Buy it now here: http://www.brewdog.com/product/abstrakt-ab11
This is also your last chance to join our popular Abstrakt Addicts Club. The Abstrakt range features innovative and conceptual beers designed to be collected and to showcase the benefits of ageing beers. These boundary pushing beers are only released when we think they are ready, and are limited to just over 5,000 individually numbered bottles a batch. Get 3 or 6 bottles of AB:11, and of our next three releases, delivered straight to your door before they are even released to the public.
Hello My Name Is Beastie
A salute to our popular Hello My Name is Ingrid, Beastie is a double IPA with a tangy sweet kick to it. Brewed with Scottish brambles, Hello My Name is Beastie is unlike anything you've had before. You may not know it yet, but you're hooked.
Malts: Extra Pale and Cara
Hops: Columbus, Centennial, Nelson Sauvin and Brambling Cross.
Twist: Brewed with Scottish brambles.
Buy Beastie here: http://www.brewdog.com/product/hello-my-name-is-beastie
This limited edition big beauty, crafted in the United States, holds 4 British pints of beer. Fill it at your local BrewDog and bring home a fresh-from-the-keg beer treat.
Grab it while it lasts here: http://www.brewdog.com/product/ceramic-growler
Rarely seen outside the United States, these organic brewers from Santa Cruz county make “uncommon beers for uncommon people.” All their beers are brewed with a twist; check out their smoky Bacon Brown Ale, aromatic Siamese Twin, dark and delectable Baltic Porter and tangy Golden State Ale right here:
- Looking forward to both of these. I've had a financiall collapse recently and haven't been to my usual haunt of Brewdog Edinburgh, but I shall be there Sat night to celebrate my birthday! I hope Beastie is on. Wilson03.10.2012
- nice you took my advice (a couples of months ago when you ask for idee) and try bramle :).
now you have to try a lager with Nelson Sauvin and Wai-iti hops (and some cara-malt around 5%).
not sure it was my idee but i know i mention bramble. hope i can get my hands on a bottle. i brew a barleywine my self with bramle.
- Was "Brambling Cross" intentional? :) Jonathan28.09.2012
- Was lucky enough to get a sneaky sample of AB:11 at the Stockholm show yesterday.
It was off the charts. Best Abstrakt ever!Anders M28.09.2012
- Looks great. Can't wait to try Beastie and AB:11
- Loved my name is beastie when i tried it on saturday....When are the results of the photo competition going to be announced? jbax28.09.2012