Lost Coast Brewing 2009 Limited Release Specialties

| January 7, 2009 | Comments (1)

Lost Coast BreweryLost Coast Brewing – Limited Release Specialties for 2009

Chocolate Porter
Available January to February 2009 – Our Chocolate Porter is robust in style, using traditional charcter malts such as European crystal, brown and black malts, fineĀ  Kent Goldings hops for balance. Real cocoa beans provide a subtle hint of chocolate accented by kraeuseing. 6.2% abv.

Scotch Ale
Available March to April 2009 – Our Scotch Ale is brewed in the tradition of Scottish strong ales (also known as wee heavies.)
It is a big malty beer with low hop bitterness and very low hop flavor. A very drinkable beer for it’s strength. 8.5% abv.

Imperial Pilsener
Available May to June – Loosely based on the Bohemian Pilsener style, with “Imperial” denoting a more robust beer. Specialty Pilsen, Vienna, and Crystal malts define both color and malt profile. Czech Saaz hops and an extended lagering help to provide a balanced character.

Lost Coast - Chocolate Porter

Chocolate Porter

Lost Coast - Scotch Ale

Scotch Ale

Lost Coast - Imperial Pilsener

Imperial Pilsener

Double Trouble IPA
Available July to August – A double IPA with an ABV of 7.6% and a kick ass amount of hops. Need we say more. If you are looking for trouble… may we suggest: Double Trouble!

Lost Coast Oktoberfest
Available September to October – Brewed according to the traditional Munich Oktoberfest style, this lager has a dark golden to amber hue with a Munich malt and Continental hop character. Cold-lagered for a clean, malt-balanced experience. 7.0% ABV.

Winterbraun
Available November to December – Winterbraun is a rich and robust seasonal brown ale created from roasted chocolate and caramel malts. Hopped with Czech Saaz hops to give it a spicy flavor and aroma. 6.5% ABV.

Lost Coast - Double Trouble IPA

Double Trouble IPA

Lost Coast - Oktoberfest

Lost Coast - Oktoberfest

Lost Coast - Winterbraun

Winterbraun

One Response to “Lost Coast Brewing 2009 Limited Release Specialties”

  1. Mmm. This is exciting. I’ve seen Winterbraun in the stores but are these other going to distributed or only available in Eureka?

    January 7, 2009 at 4:34 pm

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