Second Self Beer Company (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Dad Made Breakfast, a Pastry Stout with Oats and Coffee, in mid-February 2020.
Arriving as the first release in a three-part Pastry Stout Series that will introduce new flavors and brewing techniques, Dad Made Breakfast is a “high gravity, non-adjunct” American Stout brewed with oats, coffee and roasted malts, Specifically developed to be a vegan product, Dad Made Breakfast (9% ABV) cleverly mimics the Pastry Stout experience while “containing zero lactose, artificial ingredients or sweeteners.”
“At Second Self, it’s a constant goal of ours to release new offerings that appeal to a wider audience. For that reason, we’re excited to be releasing a vegan stout with Dad Made Breakfast.” says Second Self Co-Founder and Beer Architect, Jason Santamaria. “For the two beers following in the series, we’ll be experimenting with new flavor introductions and brewing techniques.”
Second Self’s Pastry Stout Series will continue later this year with the Limited Releases of Stepdad Made Breakfast – a Breakfast Stout with Maple Syrup and Blueberries – and Grandad Made Breakfast – a Bourbon Barrel-aged version of Stepdad Made Breakfast.
Dad Made Breakfast is rolling out now and will hang around only as long as supplies last. You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 16 oz. cans and on draft at Second Self’s Westside Tasting Room (1317 Logan Circle NW | Atlanta, Georgia) and at select craft beer-focused establishments located within the brewery’s distribution footprint in Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. Prost!
Vital Information for Dad Made Breakfast from Second Self Beer Company
Release – Limited/Pastry Stout Series; mid-February 2020
Style – American Stout
ABV – 9%
Featured Ingredients – Oats, coffee & roasted malts
Fun Fact – “Keith Rein, design specialist at Salt and Paper House in Athens, Georgia, created the artwork [for Dad Made Breakfast] in addition to a number of other labels he has made for Second Self. The labels will evolve with each [Pastry Stout Series] release.”
Suggested Food Pairings – “Roasted spare ribs, bacon, cheddar cheese, broccoli rabe and vanilla ice cream”
Availability – 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Georgia & South Carolina