ATLANTA — Atlanta craft brewery Second Self Beer Co. will release Olde Oyl (11% ABV, 65 IBU), a Russian Imperial Oatmeal Coffee Stout, on November 24th. Arriving just in time for cooler weather, Olde Oyl is brewed seasonally with malt and oats for a rich body and robust aroma. Suggested pairings for the beer include prime rib, roasted mushrooms, French onion soup, very sharp cheddar, and chocolate mousse.
Available through the month of January, Olde Oyl also incorporates custom-roasted coffee from East Pole Coffee Co., a specialty coffee roaster based in Atlanta’s Armour Yards development between Buckhead and Midtown.
Olde Oyl will make its debut at Second Self’s Black Friday Extravaganza event on Nov. 24th from 1-9pm at their Atlanta taproom (1317 Logan Circle NW), where guests can also enjoy flights of the brew from previous years (2015 to current). Olde Oyl will then be available on draft and in bars and restaurants in Georgia and Alabama throughout January. Sixteen-ounce cans of Olde Oyl will also be available for to-go purchases and on draft at the taproom.
About Second Self Beer Company
Bringing a decade of brewing experience, Second Self’s Co-Founders Jason Santamaria and Chris Doyle released their highly acclaimed beers to the public in fall 2014. Second Self’s beers are brewed with fresh ingredients like blue ginger and lemongrass (never dried ingredients or extracts), and each brew is designed to be paired with food. Last year, Second Self opened an expanded taproom at their Westside brewery located at 1317 Logan Circle NW, Atlanta, GA. Designed by Adrenaline, Inc., their graphics have been recognized at Tastings.com’s 2015 World Beer Championships Packaging Competition and Graphic Design USA’s 2015 American Graphic Design Awards. The craft brewery has been nationally recognized by Food & Wine, DRAFT Magazine, Beer Advocate, Fortune, Paste Magazine and more. www.secondselfbeer.com.