Stone Brewing Company
Escondido?s Stone Brewing knows IPAs. It's malt vs. hops and everyone wins! BIG! BIG! BIG! BIG fresh hop aroma and BIG malty richness add nicely to the body and balance the BIG hop finish!
Imperial Coffee Stout brewed with Mostra Coffee.
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One of the most well-respected and best-selling IPAs in the country, hands down. This masterpiece explodes with tropical, citrusy, piney hop flavors and aromas all perfectly balanced by a subtle malt character. Great entry level brew into IPAs too, if you’re used to it’s younger brother, the pale ale.
We tweak the recipe of Stone Old Guardian Barleywine from time to time. This time we're taking it to the next level by dry-hopping each yearly release of this beer with a different hop, essentially turning our barleywine into a triple IPA. For this inaugural brew, we've dry-hopped it with Pekko, a newer hop varietal from Washington's Yakima Valley that adds notes of stone fruit, orange, lemon and mint to the base beer's tropical fruit.
One word: heat. Brewed with freshly harvested peppers and aged in bourbon barrels, this one provides immediate entree into the seedy underbelly of Stone’s pepper-induced purgatory.
A variety of hops paired with a citrusy aroma that dances on the palette in this crisp IPA.
Brewed with freshly harvested peppers and aged in bourbon barrels. Brutally hot and unyielding in its imposition, this spawn of Caribbean red hots is a just dessert for any spice-taunting devil that wishes to engage it.
A one of its fruity kind, that doesn’t even include fruit. Nope. Stone’s team took floral and citrus notes from Mosaic, Loral and Mandarina Bavaria hops to dish up a mouthwatering fruit punch to this brew. Go get deserted on an island and make this one of the few things you take.
A glorious blend of Amarillo, Cascade, Mosaic, and Simcoe brings us one of San Diegeos newest West Coast IPA's.
An agressively hopped Imperial Stout with fresh Virginia raspberries and blackberries. First Special Release from Stone Brewing in Richmond, VA.
The huge maltiness of this beer created a rich, slightly sweet ale infused with assertive bitterness and bright hop notes This year???s ODD YEAR release is dry-hopped with Simcoe and Amarillo hops.
Introducing another dimension to our Bastard of a beer, this is a blend of barrel aged beer and non barrel aged beer, full of oak and vanilla notes to register their presence and it is still a Bastard
This cider is light in body and features mouthwatering raspberry notes. It retains a dry and sparkling finish.
Arrogant Bastard Ale aged in Templeton Rye whiskey barrels for 9 months. 13.9% ABV
Drew and Steve?s winning beer is a hefty brown ale with a mottled pedigree, including dry English ale yeast, Vienna malt and turbinado sugar, and whose label features Steve?s own beloved mutt, Beverly
Ultra hot with fruity flavors from the peppers up front, along with notes of green jalapeno. Flavors of caramel, hops and oak from the barrel-aged beer come through, followed by fiery aftertaste.
Leads with ultra-hot and fruity pepper flavors along with subtler green jalape�o notes. Very intense caramel, butterscotch, and bourbon flavors make a strong appearance mid-palate; finishes fiery.
Intense smoke and vanilla flavors from the virgin bourbon barrels' along with nuances of butterscotch and caramel from the bourbon barrels, all meld into a very complex, well structured beer.
Two veteran breweries, Ecliptic and Stone, joined by Wicked Weed, decided to create an unusual blend of a traditional Belgian-style ale with a modern American-style IPA.
Stone W00t Stout 3.0 is a massive 13% Imperial Stout brewed with wheat, rye, pecans and stone-ground chocolate, an then a partially aged Kentucky bourbon barrels!
This edition was brewed in the authentic, style of imperial Russian stout, with pounds of espresso beans. Deep, rich espresso flavors are unmistakable and meld beautifully with roasty dark malts.
Stone 12-12-12 has cinnamon and allspice with banana esters up front. Hints of citrus arrive mid palate, while molasses notes persevere in the finish along with a nice dark roasted malt dryness.
This reborn Stone original is a New World riff on an Old World style with the Mandarina Bavaria hop. Notes of peaches and the mandarin oranges come to the forefront against a crisp malt backdrop.
It's malt vs. hops and everyone wins! BIG! BIG! BIG! BIG fresh hop aroma and BIG malty richness add nicely to the body and balance the BIG hop finish!