Veritas Peach, aged in French Oak barrels with Masumoto Peaches for over a year, is a celebration of the stone fruit.
Originally two clubs, The Sinner’s and the Saints, it’s been revived and combined to simply, The Patron Sinner’s and Saint’s club.
Brewed for the 20th Anniversary of Monk’s Café in Philadelphia, 24 Steps will be released simultaneously in both Philadelphia and San Diego, October 28th.
Spending the last 18 months developing its rich flavors in bourbon barrels, Barrel-Aged Serpent’s is finally ready to seethe light of day.
Slumbering for 18th months in oak, The Lost Abbey is ready to release its newest sour offering, Ghosts in the Forest. A blend of beer from The Lost Abbey Oak Foeders with a few select French oak barrels, Ghosts in the Forest, a blonde sour, focuses on the complexity of Brettanomyces and oak.
The Lost Abbey is giving the Devil his due. Produced for the first time since 2012, The Lost Abbey will be releasing Devil Went Down to Georgia, a Bourbon-barrel aged barleywine featuring black tea and peaches.
Mosaic and Eureka, releasing for only the second time, continues The Hop Concept’s exploration into partnering select hops together.
The Lost Abbey announces it’s newest seasonal release, Genesis of Shame, a blended Brett Ale partially aged in Oak.
The Lost Abbey will be releasing a new addition to its barrel-aged portfolio, Ex Cathedra.
The Lost Abbey is set to release the 19th edition in its Veritas line of beers, an ongoing experiment of the relationship between fruit, Brettanomyces and barrel aging. The general on-sale for Veritas 019 will begin on Tuesday, March 28th at Noon.
Galaxy and Comet IPA, releasing for only the second time, continues The Hop Concept’s exploration into partnering select hops together.
Brewed in celebration of Lent and the Easter season each year, Carnevale, The Lost Abbey’s Brett Saison, will be releasing its 2017 iteration this month.
The Lost Abbey will be releasing its 2017 Cuveede Tomme this January, with a new wrinkle: It’ll be making its triumphant return to bottles. Last bottled in 2013, Cuvee de Tomme will be limited to 120cases in 750ml bottles.
Dank & Sticky IPA, the first beer to be released from the Hop Freshener Series in 2015, will be returning and heading to tap lines and bottle shops in mid-January.