Well, I guess selling out of our initial shipment of beer had Founders Brewery take notice and they’ve decided to provide three 1/6 barrel kegs of the coveted Canadian Breakfast Stout for the St. Louis area. Here’s the description of the beer:
Founders Breakfast Stout aged in Kentucky whiskey barrels that were also used by a small maple syrup maker. The beer is then aged underground in the town’s local mine. Maple & whiskey soaked wood, Sumatra and Kona coffee beans breakfast stout. Damn. What else can you say?
What you can say is this is rare, rare, rare. They only made so much of it and it has only made it out of the Brewery to a few locations. I’ve been told that the locations that are receiving this gem are The Stable, the International Tap House and 33 Wine Shop and Tasting Bar.
If you want to try this very special beer, you better not delay as it won’t last long. Here are the tapping times for Friday, June 19th that I’m aware of:
The Stable – 12PM
International Tap House – 5PM