Hops: Columbus, Crystal
Dry Hops: El Dorado, Super Galena
Malts: 2-Row, Wheat
@untappd says: 3.66/5
Let’s get GREEN for St. Patrick’s Day on the Windowsill today! HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!
Why do we celebrate St. Patrick? No, he wasn’t a drunken Irishman. He was a legitimate saint! He actually wasn’t even Irish. St. Paddy was born in Britain to wealthy parents somewhere around the end of the 4th century. At 16, he was captured by Irish Pirates, who took him to Ireland by force. During his six years in captivity, he became a devout Christian. He left Ireland, came back, spread the gospel and may or may not have (probably not) have driven all the snakes off the island. He died on March 17, 461, and that’s why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day today… with lots and lots of alcohol!
We’re celebrating today with a really special beer from New York’s Captain Lawrence Brewing Company. It’s their Barrel Select Green, a dry-hopped sour ale aged in Italian Oak Tanks. It’s part of their barrel select series (Green, Gold, Black and Red). The Green is the only dry-hopped variety—the process is executed with El Dorado and Super Galena hops—and that extra hoppyness goes a long way to making this a very flavorful beer. It’s crisp, light, super carbonated, sour and “assertive.” A solid wild ale from a great Brewery.
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Availability: Limited, new version released in 2018
@untappd says: 4.47/5
Let’s celebrate KBS Week on the Windowsill!
If you didn’t know, Founders Brewing Company is officially kicking off KBS Week today. The Kentucky Breakfast Stout is, once again, part of their barrel-aged series for 2018. This series will feature six releases throughout the year. The KBS is the first for 2018, and it releases everywhere this week. My bottle is from last year’s KBS release, which means I let it bottle condition for an extra year. Go get your bottle today!
The KBS is one of the better stouts I’ve ever had. If you’ve had the base beer, which is the Breakfast Stout, you know how good that is. Now picture that amplified to be a little beefier in alcohol content, and then cave-aged in oak bourbon barrels for a whole year. It’s delightfully creamy and chocolaty, and those bourbon undertones warm you up nicely on the way down. I’m happy KBS Week gave me a chance to finally pop the top on this one. So good!
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@untappd says: 4.43
The Window Sill’s blood alcohol level is about Ten Fidy right now! Continue reading “Oskar Blues Brewery: Barrel Aged Ten Fidy”
Availability: Brewed and canned once
@untappd says: 3.6/5
Today’s Window Sill beer releases this Friday, here’s what you can expect! Continue reading “Half Full Brewery: Ernest (Without Rhyme or Reason Release #2)”
Availability: Limited (brewed once)
@untappd Says: 3.64/5
Avast ye, Matey! The Window Sill is settin’ sail on the high seas today! Continue reading “Thimble Island Brewing Company: Maiden”
Availability: Fall Seasonal
@untappd says: 3.66/5
It’s almost Halloween on the window sill! Continue reading “Two Roads Brewing Company: Roadsmary’s Baby”
@untappd says: 3.82/5
Watch out, today’s beer might make you blush! Continue reading “Mikkeller Brewing San Diego: Raspberry Blush”
@untappd says: 4.03
Prepare to meet your Doom… on my window sill! Continue reading “Founders Brewing Company: Doom”
@untappd says: 3.77
Out of the barrel and onto the sill! Continue reading “Founders Brewing Company: Frootwood (2017)”