Southern Grist Continues Hill Series with Release of Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Sour Ale

Southern Grist Brewing Co. (Nashville, Tennessee) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Hill on Friday, June 4.

Dropping as the next offering to come out of Southern Grist’s Hill Series that takes the brewery’s base lactose Sour Ale and hits it with “a massive addition of fruit purees and fun ingredients,” Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Hill is a Fruited Sour Ale “brewed with lactose, marshmallows, passion fruit, raspberry, and strawberry” (surprising . . . I know). Coming in at 5.6% ABV, the “smoothie-like” Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Hill is “loaded with luscious, rich berries and tropical notes elevated by marshmallows to add a pillowy softness!”

Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Hill – available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans for $20 plus tax each – will hit Southern Grist’s online store starting Friday, June 4 at 10 a.m. for both local pick up and out of state shipping. Local order pick up and walk-in sales will begin at 11 a.m. on the same day. Prost!

Vital Information for Marshmallow Passion Fruit Raspberry Strawberry Hill from Southern Grist Brewing Co.

Release – Limited/Hill Series; June 4. 2021
Style – Fruited Sour Ale
ABV – 5.6%
Featured Ingredients – Lactose, marshmallow, passion fruit, raspberry & strawberry
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans
Distribution – None. Brewery & online store only

Southern Grist Brewing Co. Set for Limited Release of Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill

SouthernGristlogoSouthern Grist Brewing Co. (Nashville, Tennessee) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill on Thursday, April 2.

Here to bring a little whimsy to a time that could definitely use it, Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill is an Imperial Sour Ale brewed with lactose, and blue raspberry and vanilla cotton candy.  Coming in at 7.2% ABV, Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill is sure to leave you “feeling nostalgic for simpler times.”

Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill will be available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans ($17 plus tax per 4-pack) at both of Southern Grist’s taprooms for To-Go sales starting at 11 a.m. on April 2. Online pre-orders for pick up (Nations location only) & delivery are available now (click here). If you are ordering for pick-up from the Nations taproom, your order will be available starting Thursday at 11 a.m.  Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill is a taproom exclusive release and is not expected to see distribution.  Prost!

Vital Information for Imperial Blue & Pink Cotton Candy Hill from Southern Grist Brewing Co.

Release – Limited; April 2, 2020
Style – Imperial Sour Ale
ABV – 7.2%
Added Ingredients – Lactose, blue raspberry cotton candy & vanilla cotton candy
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans ($17 plus tax per 4-pack)
Online Pre-Order – https://squareup.com/store/southern-grist-brewing-company-2/
Distribution – None; brewery only

Southern Grist Brewing Co. Set to Release Batch One Theory: German Chocolate Cake Imperial Stout

SouthernGristlogoOn Saturday, August 3 at 11 a.m., Southern Grist Brewing Co. (Nashville, Tennessee) will host a bottle release at its production facility for two barrel-aged treatments – Bourbon and Rum – of its Batch One Theory: German Chocolate Cake Imperial Stout.

Arriving as the latest installment in Southern Grist’s Batch One Theory (B1T) Series of Barrel-aged Imperial Stouts, both treatments of B1T: German Chocolate Cake start with the same Imperial Oated Sweet Stout base that is then split and aged “for 12 months in both Rum and Heaven Hill bourbon barrels.” To lend the beer all the indulgent goodness one expects to find in an actual German chocolate cake, each barrel-aged beer was then “racked on top of heaps of toasted coconut, cacao nibs, vanilla beans, and almonds.”  This lengthy process produces a “rich and decadent” German Chocolate Cake experience “that layers wonderfully with the spirit forward Barrel Aged Stout.” The brewery suggests that you drink Rum B1T: German Chocolate Cake and Bourbon B1T: German Chocolate Cake side-by-side so that you can properly experience “the subtle differences and complexities of the Bourbon and Rum casks.”  Both B1T: German Chocolate Cake treatments weigh in at 12.6% ABV.

The release of Rum B1T: German Chocolate Cake and Bourbon B1T: German Chocolate Cake will take place at 11 a.m. on August 3 at Southern Grist’s production facility (5012 Centennial Blvd. | Nashville, Tennessee) located next to the brewery’s Nations Taproom.  Each bottle will cost $23.61 each (tax included) and Southern Grist plans to set bottle limits at one (1) bottle of Rum B1T: German Chocolate Cake and two (2) bottles of Bourbon B1T: German Chocolate Cake per person.  During the release on Saturday, both beers will also be available on draft at Southern Grist’s East Nashville and Nations Taprooms. B1T: German Chocolate Cake is a brewery-only release that – outside of special events – will not see distribution. Prost!