Orpheus Brewing Celebrates American Craft Beer Week with Release of City in the Trees

Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Can Release of City in the Trees, a long boil Doppelbock, on Wednesday May 12.

Dropping as Orpheus Brewing’s first release for American Craft Beer Week 2021, City in the Trees is a Doppelbock “brewed with 100% Barke pilsner malt and boiled for 16 hours to develop richness and color before lagering for many months.” Coming in at 9% ABV, City in the Trees features “vibrant notes of toffee, burnt caramel, dark fruit, and leather lending this beer light sweetness mixed with a surge of bitterness.”

City in the Trees hit the taps at Orpheus Brewing on May 11 and 4-packs of 16 oz. cans will drop at the brewery on May 12 at 3 p.m. City in the Trees is a brewery only release and will not see distribution. Prost!

Vital Information for City in the Trees from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited; cans drop on May 12, 2021
Style – Doppelbock
ABV – 9%
Treatment – Brewed with 100% Barke pilsner malt & boiled for 16 hours
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – None. Brewery only

Orpheus Brewing & Revolution Doughnuts Collaborate on Chocolate Blackout Cake Stout

Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will launch its new Doughnut Revolution Series, a collaboration project with Atlanta’s Revolution Doughnuts & Coffee, in late December 2020 with the Limited Release of Chocolate Blackout Cake Stout.

Crafted to capture the full experience of Revolution’s Blackout Chocolate Cake Doughnut – a decadent treat “topped with dark chocolate glaze, chocolate crumbs, and finished with a chocolate drizzle,” Doughnut Revolution: Chocolate Blackout Cake Stout (10% ABV) is an Imperial Stout that features “an array of chocolate malts along with three dosings of cocoa.”

Doughnut Revolution: Chocolate Blackout Cake Stout debuted at Orpheus Brewing on Sunday, December 27 and will enter distribution soon. You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located within the brewery’s distribution footprint in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee. Prost!

Vital Information for Doughnut Revolution: Chocolate Blackout Cake Stout from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited/Doughnut Revolution Series; December 27, 2020
Style – Imperial Stout
ABV – 10%
Featured Ingredients – Chocolate malts & “three dosings of cocoa”
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Florida, Georgia & Tennessee

Orpheus Brewing Sends Inertiatic Sour Ale Out for Limited Release

Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Inertiatic Sour Ale in late June 2020.

Inertiatic is a Fruited Sour Ale that features additions of “dragon fruit and mango for a smooth bouquet of tropical fruit notes balanced by light tartness.” Coming in at refreshing 5.5% ABV, Inertiatic is “a balanced sour ale you can sip on all summer long.”

Inertiatic officially released in the Tasting Room at Orpheus Brewing on June 18 and is scheduled to enter distribution later this week. You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans at select craft beer-focused establishments located within the brewery’s distribution footprint in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee. Prost!

Vital Information for Inertiatic from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited; June 18, 2020
Style – Fruited Sour Ale
ABV – 5.5%
Added Ingredients – Dragon fruit & mango
Fun Fact – The label artwork for Inertiatic was created by Jeremiah McCleary
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans
Distribution – Alabama, Florida, Georgia & Tennessee

Orpheus Brewing Releases Room a Thousand Years Wide Barleywine

Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Room a Thousand Years Wide, a Barrel-aged Barleywine, during the week of June 8.

Carefully crafted to be “frothy, smooth, and full of life,” Room a Thousand Years Wide is a blend of English-style Barleywines that have been aged one to two years in Bourbon and Rye Whiskey barrels. Coming in at a slow-sipping 13.5% ABV, Room a Thousand Years Wide is filled with “notes of malt candy, raisin, toast, Werther’s, spice, vanilla, leather, wood, and almost burnt cookies.”

Room a Thousand Years Wide is available now (as of June 8) in the Tasting Room at Orpheus Brewing and online via the brewery’s CraftCellr page. This Limited Release is available in 375ml bottles for as long as supplies last. Prost!

Vital Information for Room a Thousand Years Wide from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited; June 8, 2020
Style – English-style Barleywine
ABV – 13.5%
Treatment – Blend of Barleywines aged one to two years in Bourbon & Rye Whiskey barrels

Fun Fact – Label artwork created by Jeremiah McCleary
Availability – 375ml bottles
Reserve Online – https://orpheus.craftcellr.com/

Ye Who Enter Here Imperial Stout Returns for Orpheus Brewing

orpheuslogoOrpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Ye Who Enter Here, a Barrel-aged Imperial Stout with chiles, coffee and vanilla beans, on Friday, May 22.

Dropping as the first of many beers that will release over the next six weeks to celebrate Year Six of Orpheus Brewing, Ye Who Enter Here is an Imperial Stout aged for two years in Heaven Hill Bourbon and Jack Daniels Rye Whiskey barrels with guajillo, puya, and de árbol chiles; Madagascan vanilla beans; and a complex blend of Nariño and Ixlama coffee beans from East Pole Coffee Co. that were added whole to the barrels.  Coming in at 13% ABV, this batch of Ye Who Enter Here promises to be “spicier than the first batch, but still more of a warm, building heat than an aggressive spiciness.”

Ye Who Enter Here will hit The Tasting Room at Orpheus Brewing on May 22 and you can pre-order your bottles on CraftCellr now by clicking here. This Limited Release offering will be available in 375ml bottles and will hang around only as long as supplies last.  Ye Who Enter Here is a brewery exclusive release and is not expected to see distribution. Prost!

Vital Information for Ye Who Enter Here from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited; May 22, 2020
Style – Imperial Stout
ABV – 13%
Treatment – Aged for two years in Heaven Hill Bourbon and Jack Daniels Rye Whiskey barrels
Added Ingredients – Chiles (guajillo, puya, and de árbol), Madagascar vanilla beans, & a blend of Nariño & Ixlama coffee beans from East Pole Coffee Co.
Availability – 375ml bottles
Pre-order – https://orpheus.craftcellr.com/
Distribution – None. Tasting Room only

Orpheus Brewing Releases Stouts All the Way Down| The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée

OrpheusGrandCuvee2Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Stouts All the Way Down | The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée in its Tasting Room on Friday, April 3.

Arriving as the final offering in a series (The Vanilla Chronicles, an exploration of the world’s many varietals of vanilla) within a series (Stouts All the Way Down, a special lineup of Imperial Stouts that experiments with different barrels and adjuncts), Stouts All the Way Down | The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée is a Heaven Hill Bourbon Barrel-aged Imperial Stout that incorporates “Indonesian, Ugandan, Tongan, Mexican, and Madagascan vanilla beans . . . at a dosing rate 40% higher than any of the single vanilla varietals [Orpheus has] released [in The Vanilla Chronicles] so far.”  Weighing in at a sizable and decadent 12.5% ABV, this Grand Cuvée is best enjoyed “on your front porch, in your backyard, or wherever you imbibe other delicious quarantine treats!”

Stouts All the Way Down | The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée will debut in The Tasting Room at Orpheus Brewing at 4 p.m. on April 3 and will hang around only as long as supplies last.  This Limited Release offering will be available in 375ml bottles.  Stouts All the Way Down | The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée is a brewery exclusive release and is not expected to see distribution. Prost!

Vital Information for Stouts All the Way Down | The Vanilla Chronicles – Grand Cuvée from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited/Stouts All the Way Down Series; April 3, 2020
Style – Imperial Stout
ABV – 12.5%
Treatment – Aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels
Added Ingredients – Indonesian, Ugandan, Tongan, Mexican, & Madagascan vanilla beans
Availability – 375ml bottles
Distribution – None. Tasting Room only

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Orpheus Brewing Readies for Limited Return of Nothing Left To Give Sour Ale

orpheuslogoOrpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the annual Limited Release of Nothing Left To Give, a Raspberry Sour Ale, on Saturday, February 29.

Returning once again to “give you everything you want,” Nothing Left To Give is an American Sour Ale “soured by house wild cultures and gorged with 2,000 lbs of raspberry.”  Coming in at 5.9% ABV, Nothing Left To Give is “rich with juicy, ripened berry with underlying notes of peach and citrus.”

“At peace with the silence, the screams taken in by a wall of tranquility while earthly desires lie naked and bare – the manic pulsations of noise and flesh in their unending thirst for more. When all that’s left is me bleeding red, my heart pouring out of my skin, it’s not for you. All that remains is Nothing Left To Give.”

Nothing Left To Give will officially release at Orpheus Brewing on February 29 and limited distribution is expected to follow shortly after the on-site release.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located within the brewery’s distribution footprint in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee. Prost!

Vital Information for Nothing Left To Give from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited/Rotating; February 29, 2020
Style – American Sour Ale
ABV – 5.9%
Added Ingredients – 2,000 lbs. of raspberries
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Florida, Georgia & Tennessee

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Orpheus Brewing Adds Elusory IPA to its Year-Round Portfolio

orpheuslogoOrpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will introduce Elusory IPA as its newest Year-Round offering in March 2020.

Elusory IPA is double dry-hopped Hazy/Juicy India Pale Ale “loaded with juicy Mosaic hops and supported by citrusy, soft Azacca with a bold combination of Columbus and Comet.”  Coming in at 6.7% ABV, Elusory promises to be “a soft, pillowy IPA with layers of orange, melon, stone fruit, and dankness.”

Elusory IPA is scheduled to debut on March 1, 2020.  You can expect to find this new Year-Round offering available in 16 oz. cans and on draft at craft beer-friendly retailers, bars and restaurants located within Orpheus Brewing’s distribution footprint in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.  Prost!

Vital information for Elusory IPA from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Year-Round; launching March 1, 2020
Style – Hazy/Juicy India Pale Ale
ABV – 6.7%
Hops – Mosaic, Azacca, Columbus & Comet
Availability – 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Florida, Georgia & Tennessee 

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Orpheus Brewing Brings the Heat with 2019 Release of The Ferryman

orpheuslogoOrpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of a ghost pepper-infused variant of The Ferryman Imperial Stout on Thursday, December 26.

Here to make sure that 2019 closes on an extra spicy note, the latest version of The Ferryman is an Imperial Stout that includes additions of “ghost pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cocoa nibs.”  Coming in at 10% ABV, this year’s recipe for The Ferryman promises “a rich fudge experience with notes of baking spice and a fiery finish to warm you to the bone.”

The Ferryman

Approach Charon and pay the price to be taken to the land of emptiness and silence. Stare deeply into The Ferryman and be transfixed by the blackness of this Imperial Stout. The enticing, rich aroma will pull you in, soothing you to stillness.

The 2019 version of The Ferryman will debut in the Tasting Room at Orpheus Brewing on December 26 and distribution is expected to follow shortly after the on-site release.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 4-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located within Orpheus Brewing’s distribution footprint in Alabama, Florida and Georgia.  Prost!

Vital Information for The Ferryman from Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited/Rotating; December 26, 2019
Style – Imperial Stout
ABV – 10%
Added Ingredients – Ghost pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg & cocoa nibs
Availability – 4-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Georgia, Alabama & Florida

Brew Bus Brewing & Orpheus Brewing Collaborate on Softly Shimmer Hazy IPA

BrewBusOrpheusBrew Bus Brewing (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Softly Shimmer, a Hazy IPA brewed in collaboration with Orpheus Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia), in mid-October 2019.

Collaboratively cooked up at Brew Bus Brewing to commemorate Orpheus Brewing’s recent distribution expansion to Central Florida, Softly Shimmer is a Hazy India Pale Ale that brings together “pillowy mounds of Cashmere and Galaxy hops.” Best enjoyed fresh, Softly Shimmer (6.1% ABV) is “full of tropical fruit goodness” that is sure to “softly shimmer” in the Florida sun.

Softly Shimmer officially released in Brew Bus Brewing’s Tasting Room (4101 N Florida Ave | Tampa, Florida) on October 15 with availability in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans and on draft.  This Limited Release will only be available as long as supplies last. Softly Shimmer is currently only available in Brew Bus Brewing’s Tasting Room, and there is no word at this time if it will hit distribution.  Prost!

Vital Information for Softly Shimmer from Brew Bus Brewing & Orpheus Brewing

Release – Limited; October 15, 2019
Style – Hazy India Pale Ale
ABV – 6.1%
Featured Hops – Cashmere & Galaxy
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – None; Tasting Room only