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Friday, October 9, 2015


Lost Abbey released today a limited edition (60 cases) of its new
"My Black Parade," a bourbon-barrel aged dark strong ale with
cocoa nibs, cinnamon, dried chilies and vanilla.  Sales are limited
to three bottles per customer.
CRAFT BEER TIP OF THE WEEK—Here’s a timely tip from West Coaster craft beer magazine and website.  Today, West Coaster posted an item regarding Lost Abbey releasing a limited edition ale for Day of the Dead celebrations at the end of the month.  But given how fast good news spreads you might want to hurry and find three bottles of “My Black Parade,” the latest from award winning North County brewer Tomme Arthur.
            West Coaster’s blog today quoting brewmaster Arthur: ”My Black Parade, a bourbon barrel-aged dark strong ale with cocoa nibs, cinnamon, dried chilies and vanilla, started out as an ode to Mexican chocolate, a beer profile The Lost Abbey had not yet tackled. While not using actual Mexican chocolate in the beer, we wanted to capture the essence and nuances of the spice profile by breaking it down into separate components. And what better way to tie in the story of the beer than to make sure we release it and get it in peoples’ hands before Dia de los Muertos. Only producing 60 cases and having a three-bottle limit, My Black Parade will be one of our smallest and most exclusive releases to date.”

Source:  published with permission via exclusive media partnership with West Coaster.

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