|Brewery: Cathedral Square|
|Location: St. Louis, MO|
|Name of Beer: Heavenly Honey Razz|
|Beer Style: Amber Ale with Wildflower Honey and Raspberry Puree|
Our Thoughts: Located in Belleville Illinois, Foundations Farms grows organically raised foods, vegetables and microgreens and raise free range, hormone free hens, goats for cheese and milk and bees for honey. They are known for providing local restaurants with farm to table goodness. Now, they're working with Cathedral Square to bring you this new beer, Heavenly Honey Razz. This amber ale is brewed with local wildflower honey from Foundations Farms and also includes raspberry puree. If you or someone you know likes sweet, fruity beers, this is the perfect six pack to pick up.
|Brewery: BKS Artisan Ales|
|Location: Kansas City, MO|
|Name of Beer: Holstein|
|Beer Style: Milk Stout|
Our Thoughts: Milk stouts hold a special place in my heart. Left Hand's Milk Stout was my personal gateway into craft beer. The creamy, roasty chocolate and coffee flavors of Left Hand's award winning milk stout opened my mind and changed my perception of what beer could be. That's why we're psyched to see this new milk stout from BKS Artisan Ales, the soon to open brewery in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City. 22 ounce bottles of Holstein will be available in the coming months. We're hoping to see some barrel aged variants of this beer as well. Hopefully BKS' take on this style will lead you (or your unconverted friend/family member/spouse) to a craft beer epiphany.
|Location: Raytown, MO|
|Name of Beer: Mexican Cake Illuminati|
|Beer Style: Whiskey Barrel Aged Imperial Stout|
Our Thoughts: Hold on to your beer drinking hats. Crane just took things to the next level. Crane has taken Illuminati, their whiskey barrel aged sour stout and added ancho chilies, cinnamon, and a blend of Mexican and Madagascar vanilla from their friends at Vain Foods, a local high quality vanilla extract producer, to give us Mexican Cake Illuminati. We can hear all of you fellow beer geeks drooling already. This will definitely be in high demand and bottles won't last long. Remain on high alert!