Stone Brewing Files Lawsuit Against MillerCoors

GK_ProjectGargoyle_1x1Stone Brewing (Escondido, California) announced today that it has filed suit to defend its iconic STONE® brand against one of the world’s largest beer conglomerates, MillerCoors.

Widely known for its commitment to never sell out to Big Beer, Stone Brewing is now boldly stepping up to Big Beer by filing a lawsuit that “alleges that MillerCoors is trying to rebrand its Colorado Rockies-themed ‘Keystone’ beer as ‘STONE.'”  Stone Brewing feels that this rebrand – a move that has led to the repeated and habitual reference to Keystone Light as simply “STONE” or “‘STONE” in MillerCoors’ marketing and social media posts – can only lead to confusion in the marketplace, leaving the craft brewery with “no choice but to combat MillerCoors’ aggressive marketing moves, which abandon Keystone’s own heritage by falsely associating with the one true STONE®.”  The official Complaint goes on to allege “federal and state causes of action for unfair competition, trademark infringement and related claims.”

“Keystone’s rebranding is no accident,” said Dominic Engels, Stone Brewing CEO. “MillerCoors tried to register our name years ago and was rejected. Now its marketing team is making 30-pack boxes stacked high with nothing but the word ‘STONE’ visible. Same for Keystone’s social media, which almost uniformly has dropped the ‘Key.’ We will not stand for this kind of overtly and aggressively deceptive advertising. Frankly, MillerCoors should be ashamed.”

Stone Brewing is represented in the lawsuit by Noah Hagey, Rebecca Horton and Toby Rowe of San Francisco litigation boutique BraunHagey & Borden LLP.

For more information on this lawsuit, you can check out the video below where Greg Koch, Stone Brewing executive chairman & co-founder, explains his brewery’s stance and reasons for pursuing this action.  Since this situation is ongoing, we will be sure to update you here with any and all information as it develops.  Stay tuned.  Prost!

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Stone Brewing Releases Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA

Inevit_FBStone Brewing (Escondido, California) recently announced that it has officially begun the Limited Release of Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA.

Emerging as an unlikely union of new and old hop varietals, Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA introduces the popular and trendy Loral hop (released in 2016) to the long-standing old timer known as Dr. Rudi (a.k.a. Super Alpha, available since 1976).  With 40 years separating these two hops, shenanigans ensue as this Double India Pale Ale plays Loral’s tones of “citrus, peach and . . . fresh berries” against Dr. Rudi’s “classic piney and herbal notes.”  As unexpected as it may be, Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA comes together to be “refreshing, crisp and smooth with mild bitterness and an ABV (8.9%) that boosts the overall aromas and flavors of this inevitable adventure.”

“We have been a bit obsessed with Loral hops lately,” said Jeremy Moynier, Stone Brewing Senior Innovation Manager. “We’re loving its bright, floral qualities and have been impressed with the hop on its own and blended with others. Dr. Rudi is an older hop, one we haven’t used much lately and we were blown away by how the two complement one another – a good example of how sometimes opposites attract.”

Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA is officially available now and will hang around into the month of June.  You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 22 oz. bottles, 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles and on draft at select craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia, and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution area.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA from Stone Brewing

Release – Limited, February – June 2018
Style – Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 8.9%
IBUs – 84
Featured Hops – Loral & Dr. Rudi 
Availability – 22 oz. bottles, 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles & draft
Beer Finder – https://find.stonebrewing.com/#ready

Stone Brewing Vows to Go Hop Heavy in 2018

Stone2018Stone Brewing (Escondido, California) recently unveiled its 2018 Beer Release Calendar and it boasts a serious amount of hop goodness from its newly-established Trinity of Hoppiness, a new Seasonal IPA series, and a few robust Stouts thrown in for good measure.

Just as we always do when it comes to beer calendars around here, we have posted Stone Brewing’s full 2018 Beer Release Calendar below for you to take in at your own leisure.  That said, there is a diagram and a handful of new releases that we should probably provide some clarity on before turning you loose.  We do intend to be brief, so let’s knock it out:

  • Devoted to innovation and their well-known obsession with hops, the folks at Stone Brewing are rolling out the Trinity of Hoppiness in 2018 (diagram available below).  This handy-dandy piece of reference material breaks down the brewery’s full line of hop-laden Year-Round releases and its occasionally released Stone Enjoy By IPA into the following three categories: Tropical & Juicy, Dank & Piney, and Citrusy & Floral.  The Trinity of Hoppiness basically acts as your road map to whatever hop experience you may be seeking on any given day.
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  • Stone Scorpion Bowl IPA will debut in March as the brewery’s newest Year-Round release.  Perched at the peak of “Tropical & Juicy” on the Trinity of Hoppiness, Stone Scorpion Bowl IPA “masters the fruity appeal . . .  of fruit-dominated beers . . . with absolutely no fruit additions. This juicy delight is brewed with heroic hop know-how.”  Once released, this offering will be available in 22 oz. bottles & on draft.
  • 2018 will also see the introduction of the new Stone Hop Worship IPA Seasonal Series, “three distinctive beers extolling the divine qualities of hops [to] consecrate Stone’s devotion to freshness.”  The series will include Stone Exalted IPA (February – June), Stone Righteous IPA (June – October), and Stone Sanctimonious IPA (October – December).  These beers will be available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & on draft.
  • Need more hops? Well, Stone Brewing has you covered because they will also be releasing three Double IPA Special Releases in 2018: Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi’s Inevitable Adventure Double IPA (February – June), Stone I’m Peach Double IPA (May – August), and Stone 22nd Anniversary Double IPA (August – November).
  • Fear not, malt lovers . . . there will also be a smattering of Special Release Stouts alternating between those DIPAs. Stone Totalitarian Imperial Russian Stout, a new Special Release featuring an updated hop bill “built on the backbone of the classic Stone Imperial Russian Stout recipe”, will be available from March through July.  That offering will be followed by Stone w00tstout (July – October) and Stone Xocoveza Mocha Stout (October – December).

  “We have a Brewing Innovation Team that has labored the last year in pursuit of the exceptional…and delivered it, in sanguine, liquid form,” said Dominic Engels, Stone Brewing CEO. “These incredible new beers, alongside a series of fan favorites allow us to unveil uniquely Stone beers with every release in 2018. True to our roots, the IPAs we’re releasing this year are clearly the work of an evangelical hop worshiping crew. Amen.”

Alright . . . our job should be done here, but there is still plenty to discover on the calendar below.  Check it out and get ready for a ridiculously hoppy year with Stone Brewing in 2018.  Prost!

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Stone Brewing Releases Five Barrel-Aged Small Batch Beers

stonesmallbatchStone Brewing (Escondido, California) recently announced that it will close out the year by releasing five limited beers from its Small Batch Series.

Firmly believing that the holidays are the perfect time to share some amazing beers with friends and family, the folks at Stone Brewing are breaking out the good stuff this month by releasing five barrel-aged offerings from their Small Batch Series.  These offerings include “long-time fan favorites” such as Stone Imperial Russian Stout and Stone Sublimely Self Righteous Black IPA that have been given “new depth, character and complexity, thanks to the attention of Stone’s talented small batch brewers.”  This current barrage of Small Batch releases includes the following five beers (descriptions provided by Stone Brewing):

“I love experiencing how our brewers can transform a beer that I know so well into something completely new,” said Greg Koch, Stone Brewing executive chairman & co-founder. “They’ve taken painstaking efforts to procure the best barrels and have taken immaculate care of these rarities, some aging for almost a full year. The outcome will, no doubt, amaze whether you choose to drink them now or cellar them.”

The five beers above are available “throughout the month of December and into the New Year” (while supplies last).  You can find these Small Batch offerings available in 500ml bottles at select craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia, and “nearly” throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution area.  Prost!

Stone Brewing Goes Nationwide with Vengeful Spirit IPA

vengefulspirit_canmockStone Brewing (Escondido, California) has officially announced that Stone Vengeful Spirit IPA, the brewery’s latest Seasonal release, is currently hitting shelves and taps across the country.

In keeping with the brewery’s recent trend of tropically-inspired IPAs, Stone Brewing has released Stone Vengeful Spirit IPA as a Fall Seasonal that “employs a bit of tropical mythology to pay homage to [their] ever present gargoyle.”  To properly represent this tribute in the liquid, the brewers at Stone developed an unfiltered India Pale Ale with an impressive hop bill (Herkules, Mosaic, Loral & Mandarina Bavaria hops) that is further supported by the addition of pineapple and Mandarin oranges.  This all results in a 7.3% ABV IPA that “explodes with the flavors of citrus candy and tiki-style cocktails.”

“This beer brings together a lot of what’s been new for Stone lately,” said Jeremy Moynier, Stone’s senior innovation brewing manager. “We included three hops most recently featured in our Stone Hop Revolver IPA series. We’ve really been digging the combination of pineapple and tangerine, similar to what we introduced with Stone Tangerine Express IPA. By experimenting with different add rates and much different hops, we’ve come up with a really unique flavor that’s juicy, citrusy and quite frankly, a little mind-blowing.”

Stone Vengeful Spirit IPA began a limited distribution roll out earlier this month, but it is now officially available from coast to coast as of September 29.  You can find this new Seasonal offering in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution footprint.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone Vengeful Spirit IPA from Stone Brewing

Release – Fall Seasonal, available nationwide on September 29, 2017
Style – American India Pale Ale
ABV – 7.3%
IBUs – 57
Featured Hops – Herkules, Mosaic, Loral & Mandarina Bavaria
Added Ingredients – Pineapple & Mandarin orange
Fun Fact – “The name of the Stone Vengeful Spirit IPA pays homage to the Stone gargoyle, who, since 1996 has represented an aggressive intolerance for commoditized beer, by protecting the brewery from the omnipresent forces of evil.”

Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Beer Finder – https://find.stonebrewing.com/#ready

Stone Brewing Collaborates with Beavertown and Garage Project, Releases Fruitallica DIPA

Fruitallica_22oz_Mockup.pngStone Brewing (Escondido, California) has officially announced the release of Fruitallica Double India Pale Ale, a new collaboration offering featuring the talents of Beavertown (London, England) and Garage Project (Wellington, New Zealand).

To brew the third release in their ongoing heavy metal collaboration series, Stone Brewing scoured the globe to assemble a team worthy enough to brew a beer that embodies “a collective resistance to complacency and thirst for edgy, big flavor.”  Their search proved that London’s Beavertown and New Zealand’s Garage Project had the chops they were looking for, and the team united at Stone’s Escondido location to create Beavertown / Garage Project / Stone Fruitallica.  To represent the home country of each brewery working on the collaboration, this Double India Pale Ale features “kiwi and yuzu fruit alongside American and New Zealand hops plus London Ale Yeast.”  Finished off with a bit of habanero, the 8% ABV Fruitallica comes together to be “a glorious, crank-it-to-‘11’ cacophony” that features “a slight tartness from the Kiwi with flavors of peach, lime, citrus, and tropical fruit from the hops . . . hints of wheat in the background and a surprisingly pleasant pepper on the finish.”

“This beer was an amazing journey,” said Jeremy Moynier, Senior Innovation Brewing Manager. “With fruit from New Zealand, hops from New Zealand and America plus English yeast, it truly represents all of our backgrounds. And more literally, the team put on some miles to bring this beer to life. We brewed in the past with the Garage Project team in Japan as well as at our small brewery in Liberty Station. We have been to Beavertown in London and were looking for an excuse to brew with them. Hosting everyone at Stone Brewing in Escondido was an honor to say the least.”

Beavertown / Garage Project / Stone Fruitallica officially releases this week and will be available while supplies last.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at select craft beer-focused retailers, bars and restaurants located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution footprint.  Prost!

Vital Information for Beavertown / Garage Project / Stone Fruitallica from Stone Brewing

Release – Limited/Collaboration Series, late-August/September 2017
Collaborators – BeavertownGarage Project Stone Brewing
Style – American Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 8%
IBUs – 80
Featured Hops – Wai-iti, Riwaka & Centennial
Added Ingredients – Yuzu, Kiwi & Habanero
Yeast – London Ale Yeast
Availability – 22 oz. bottles & draft
Beer Finder – https://find.stonebrewing.com/#ready

 

Stone Brewing’s Tangerine Express IPA Now Available in Cans

TangEx_LS_FULL_1Stone Brewing (Escondido, California) recently announced that it is expanding packaging options for Stone Tangerine Express IPA by now offering this new Year-Round beer in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans.

After being introduced just six months ago as Stone Brewing’s newest Year-Round Core beer, Stone Tangerine Express IPA has made such an impression with fans that the brewery has decided to now make it available in 12 oz. cans.   Developed to be “an express ticket to a beach hammock getaway with refreshing drink in hand”, this golden-colored India Pale Ale is brewed with “whole tangerine puree to capture the essence of the bright flavors of the fruit with the addition of whole pineapple for a subtle, yet lingering tropical backnote.”  Combine that with a “marked dankness” supplied by eight different hops, and it is no wonder why this brew has been such a hit with hop heads.  Now that Stone Tangerine Express IPA has been given its new aluminum digs, Stone Brewing “now offers four of its year-round core beers in cans as well as select special releases.”

“We brew beers we like with hopes that our fans will like them too,” said Dominic Engels, Stone Brewing CEO. “In this case our co-founder Greg Koch had fallen in love with an experimental batch of Stone Tangerine Express IPA and insisted we bring it to market. Turns out our fans have loved it too, so that leaves us with the important task of making this beer as widely available as we can. There’s nothing quite like cracking into one of these cans and drinking in that complex tangerine aroma before the first sip.”

Stone Tangerine Express IPA is available now in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans in California only, but the brewery will eventually expand the roll-out nationally in January 2018.  Until then, you can still find Stone Tangerine Express IPA available in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s distribution footprint.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone Tangerine Express IPA from Stone Brewing

Release – Year-Round, cans launch in California in August 2017 and will reach full distribution by January 2018
Style – American India Pale Ale
ABV – 6.7%
IBUs – 75
Featured Hops – Citra®, Centennial, Sterling, Azacca & Mosaic®
Added Ingredients – Tangerine and pineapple puree
Availability – 22 oz. bottles, 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft

 

 

Stone Brewing Recognizes 21st Anniversary with Release of Hail to the Hop Thief DIPA

IMG_6130_Edit_editedStone Brewing (Escondido, California) announced today that it has officially begun the Limited Release of Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA, a celebratory offering brewed to mark the brewery’s 21st Anniversary.

With a never-ending desire to learn and find new inspirations, Stone Brewing is venturing into “brand new territory” this year by creating Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA with a “distinctive combination of hops used alongside wheat malt.”  Pekko and Mosaic hops lend notes of “orange and peach alongside just the right dankness” while the wheat malt adds “to the nice malt backbone of the beer.” This Double India Pale Ale is then left unfiltered to enhance “the grainy characteristics of the wheat while bringing out the fresh fruit flavors and aromas of the hops.”  Clocking in at 9.8% ABV and 80 IBUs, Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA is meant to be enjoyed as fresh as possible.

“It’s been said that ‘nothing is original,’ which infers that we’ve pilfered freely, stolen, thieved and otherwise taken inspiration from others in every step of our journey,” said Greg Koch, Stone Brewing executive chairman & co-founder. “No problem owning that. We haven’t invented beer, just given it our take. And with this beer, we took all there is to love about the IPA, got creative, dry hopped it a lot and share it openly in the hopes that in some ways it may in turn inspire others.”

Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA officially released on August 14 and will be available while supplies last.  You can track this Limited Release offering down in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution footprint.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA from Stone Brewing

Release – Limited/Anniversary, launching mid-August 2017
Style – American Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 9.8%
IBUs – 80
Featured Hops – Magnum, Pekko, Mosaic & Hopsteiner Exp. 06300
Availability – 22 oz. bottles & draft
Distribution – Nationwide
Fun Fact – In reference to the naming of Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA: “The beer’s name is a celebration of thieving all things that inspire. The beer itself is a celebration of a brewer, which has devoured the inspiring for a prolific 21 years.”

Stone Brewing Geeks Out with 2017 Release of Farking Wheaton w00tstout

Stonew00tstoutbottleStone Brewing (Escondido, California) recently announced that it has once again teamed up with Drew Curtis and Wil Wheaton to create and release the 2017 vintage of Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout.

Now that comic convention season is in full swing, that can mean only one thing to craft beer fans: Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout is back!  This Limited Release brew is a nerd love-fueled collaboration between Drew Curtis, Creator of Fark.com; Wil Wheaton, Actor and Web Celebrity; and Greg Koch, CEO and Co-Founder of Stone Brewing.  These three collaborators put their mark on Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout by creating a massive Imperial Stout (a reference to “Greg’s lifelong quest for pushing the limits of ‘why the hell not?’ to make bigger, bolder beers”) that has been brewed with wheat (literally taking the “wheat” out of Wheaton. The name, not the man.) and finished off with pecans and bourbon barrels (a nod to Drew’s home state of Kentucky).  This all results in a 13% ABV Stout that “is a mind-blowing amalgamation of intense yet smooth flavors, perfect for a warm summer evening, a cozy winter’s night or the approaching destruction of the entire human race (be it externally or internally inflicted).”

Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout officially released on July 10 and will be available while supplies last.  This Limited Release brew is available in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at select craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia, and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s nationwide distribution area.  This beer never lasts long on shelves, so grab your supply of Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout while you can.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout from Stone Brewing

Release – Limited/Collaboration, official release date: July 10, 2017
Style – American Imperial Stout
Collaborators – Drew Curtis, Fark.com Creator; Wil Wheaton, Actor & Web Celebrity; Greg Koch, CEO & Co-Founder of Stone Brewing
ABV – 13%
IBUs – 65
Featured Hops – English Target
Featured Ingredients – Pecans, wheat & rye
Treatment – One quarter of the beer was aged in Bourbon barrels
Availability – 22 oz. bottles & draft
Fun Fact – In reference to this year’s label artwork: “For this year’s bottle art, we were thrilled to entrust the task to heralded comic book writer and artist Walt Simonson. He was gracious enough to work with us in exchange for our donation to The Hero Initiative, a charity organization that provides retirement funds for golden-age comic book artists.”

Stone Brewing Hits Summer with Three Seasonal IPAs

StoneIndependentTo help us all beat the heat this summer, Stone Brewing (Escondido, California) has officially announced the release of three Seasonal India Pale Ales: Stone Ghost Hammer IPA, Stone Mocha IPA, and Stone RuinTen Triple IPA w/ Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean.

First up, we have Stone Ghost Hammer IPA making its debut this summer.  Brewed in “tribute to the overnight Stone Brew Crew . . . and . . . the occasional creaking of the knocking pipes in the brewery,” this canned Specialty Seasonal is an unfiltered India Pale Ale brewed with Loral hops.  “Ethereal” in appearance, Stone Ghost Hammer IPA (6.7% ABV, 56 IBUs) hits its drinker “with a floral, lemony and tropical explosion.”  Stone Ghost Hammer IPA is available now and will be hanging out through the summer (while supplies last).  You can find this Seasonal IPA in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at craft beer-focused bars, restaurants and retailers located in Alabama, Florida, California, Virginia and throughout the rest of Stone Brewing’s distribution network.

“Our quest for using new and different hops never ends,” says Jeremy Moynier, Senior Innovation Brewing Manager. “Stone Ghost Hammer IPA is our latest beer to highlight innovation in the hop world with a newer hop called Loral, which is named by combining the words ‘lemon’ and ‘floral’ as a nod to the strong lemony notes and its intense floral aroma. Additionally, Loral has some classic European noble hop qualities, making it overall a very unique and exciting hop.”

0621 MochaThis Stone Brewing IPA train keeps on rolling with the return of the fan-favorite Stone Mocha IPA.  This Imperial Seasonal Double India Pale Ale is a mind-bending brew that “combines the uniquely refreshing characteristics of a bright, fruity IPA and satisfying mocha overtones.”  Although Stone Mocha IPA is technically a Double IPA, the folks at Stone Brewing must show “deliberate disregard for traditional brewing styles” by blurring “the lines between an IPA and a stout” to make this beer a reality.  This is achieved by employing  a recipe that  includes golden-roasted coffee, dark chocolate, citrusy hops, and milk sugar.  This all results in a 9% ABV Stone Mocha IPA that is “a love child of a beer characterized by a beautiful meld of imperial IPA and mocha indulgence.”  Stone Mocha IPA is available now in 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles and on draft at craft beer establishments located within Stone Brewing’s national distribution footprint.

StoneRuinTenOVBFinally, this trilogy of summer hop bombs closes out with the release of Stone RuinTen Triple IPA w/ Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean.  Created as “an avant-garde amplification to the classic Stone Ruination IPA,” this “mega-hopped” Triple IPA is “loud, aggressive, and quite eccentric.” To take things one step further this year, the brewers at Stone Brewing went beyond the hops and dosed this beast with orange peel and vanilla bean to devise a “more electric and eccentric take on an orangesicle.” Meant for only the most devout of hopheads, Stone RuinTen Triple IPA w/ Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean weighs in at an imposing 10.8% ABV and 110 IBUs.  This limited Seasonal release is available now in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at select establishments found within Stone Brewing’s distribution area.

The release of Stone Ghost Hammer IPA, Stone Mocha IPA, and Stone RuinTen Triple IPA w/ Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean at the same time is Christmas come early for hop fiends.  Be sure to check out these three Seasonal IPAs before they disappear by summer’s end.  Prost!

Vital Information for Stone Ghost Hammer IPA from Stone Brewing

Release – Seasonal, official release date of June 5, 2017
Style – American India Pale Ale
ABV – 6.7%
IBUs – 56
Featured Hops – Loral
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft

Vital Information for Stone Mocha IPA from Stone Brewing 

Release – Seasonal, official release date of June 5, 2017
Style – American Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 9%
IBUs – 80
Featured Hops – Cascade, Citra & Amarillo
Added Ingredients – Ryan Bros. Coffee Espresso Gold, cacao & milk sugar
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. bottles & draft

Vital Information for Stone RuinTen Triple IPA with Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean from Stone Brewing

Release – Seasonal, official release date of June 12, 2017
Style – American Imperial India Pale Ale
ABV – 10.8%
IBUs – 110
Featured Hops – Magnum, Centennial & Citra
Added Ingredients – Orange peel & vanilla bean
Availability – 22 oz. bottles & draft