|Location: Kansas City, MO|
|Name of Beer: Vamos!|
|Beer Style: Mexican-style lager|
Our Thoughts: No matter who you root for, or what team you've pledged your allegiance to, we think that we can all agree that beer and baseball go together like, well, beer and baseball. Enjoying a frothy libation while watching America's pastime is one of life's great pleasures. It's even better to be able to support your local brewer while doing so. Boulevard will be giving us another option at the ballpark when they release Vamos!, a Mexican-style lager. These beers are typically sessionable, flavorful and smooth, which everything you want in a beer to enjoy through all nine innings. Look for this to be released next Spring.
|Brewery: Six Mile Bridge|
|Location: Maryland Heights, MO|
|Name of Beer: Cinnamon Maple Stout|
|Beer Style: Imperial Stout|
Our Thoughts: Since 2015, Six Mile Bridge has brewed quite the bevy of beauteous brews. However, their stouts have made people sit up and take notice. Not only did they win a gold medal in 2016 at the U.S. Open Beer Championship for their Irish stout, but The Reverent, their chocolate imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels on Indian vanilla beans, was, in our opinion, phenomenal. So you know we have high hopes for their new imperial stout. This cinnamon maple stout is a stronger version of their Coffee Maple stout, but they lost the coffee, kept the maple syrup and added Indonesian Cassia Bark Korintje Cinnamon. Sounds delicious to us. This will be released on draft on December 22nd, so put this on your calendar now.
|Brewery: Perennial Artisan Ales|
|Location: St. Louis, MO|
|Name of Beer: Static Electricity|
|Beer Style: Imperial IPA|
Our Thoughts: If we had to pick a word to describe Perennial and their stable of brews, electrifying comes to mind. They've provided a jolt to the St. Louis brewing community and have charged up beer geeks across the nation. So we're pretty sure that Static Electricity, their new imperial IPA will shock our senses and remind us why Perennial is so highly regarded. Perennial hasn't released a ton of IPA's, but the ones they have put on the market have been well received so this should prove to be quite popular. If you've got a mean thirst for the hops, make sure you keep an eye out for this beer.