Stone Give Me IPA or Give Me Death – #30beersfor30years

February 18, 2017 0

Thursdays are the best night to go out, so I again met up with my girl Sam for happy hour and gossip. This time we ventured to my favorite dive, Shady McGradys. You may know about Shadys already; smoking bar, Golden Tee, darts, and always an awesome beer menu. I looked over the beer board and saw STONE GIVE ME Read More

Beer Review: Stone Enjoy By 05.30.16 Tangerine IPA

May 27, 2016 0

Amanda: If there’s one flavor profile I especially crave in my IPAs, it’s citrus. I love how citrus adds a brightness that balances the bitterness of other hops, so you can imagine my excitement when Stone Brewing announced a tangerine version of its Enjoy By IPA, which was brewed with more than 10 different hops and pureed tangerine for an Read More

Sly Fox & Stone Brewing Create Fuchstein Pils

May 2, 2016 0

In celebration of the Craft Brewers Conference, held in Philadelphia this year, Stone & Sly Fox are proud to introduce Fuchstein Pils, a mouth-watering dry-hopped Pilsner that translates from German as “Fox-stone.” Brewed with a blend of French and German pils malt and abundant quantities of Czech Saaz, German Hallertau, and US Sterling hops, Fuchstein Pils will be as enjoyable to drink Read More

Stone Brewing to Release Bourbon Barrel Xocoveza Charred

December 9, 2015 1

While of course I’m excited about the Stone Brewing Co + Sierra Nevada collab (a barrel-aged IPA), what’s more enticing is the release of their quingenti millilitre Xocoveza Mocha Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels. Xocoveza Charred was brewed August 17, 2015 and then aged three months in American Oak Kentucky bourbon barrels. Quick refresh: Xocoveza base beer is the recipe Read More

HiFi + LoFi Mixtape Added to Stone Stochasticity Project Lineup

May 20, 2015 0

Stone Brewing’s latest Stochasticity Project addition is a blend of barrel-aged and fresh ales, available via 22oz bottles and draft now. Stochasticity Project HiFi+LoFi Mixtape is our interpretation of an old British staple. Long ago, before stereophonic sound was even a thing, pub owners had a system for transforming questionable ale into something quite drinkable. They kept “stock ales,” beers left to Read More