The road to romance is paved with Chocolate and Raspberries! Tangy and tart raspberries blended gloriously with the rich, chocolatey goodness of Big Bad Baptist. Take your time and savor this luxurious blend with someone who is more than a friend. An easy crowd pleaser on a Sunday social or other ga..
We found a winning combination with Big Baptist Baptist and peanuts. This year, we are taking it to the next level with more peanuts and more cacao. So pour a glass and take a ride to liquid dessert heaven...
With a nod to our Big Bad Baptist fans south of the Mason-Dixon, we’re taking on a southern classic dessert, the bourbon pecan pie. Brewed with cinnamon and pecans to pair perfectly with the bourbon & coffee notes of Big Bad Baptist, everyone from the east, west, north and south can skip the pie..
2017 was our first release of Big Bad Baptista, a barrel-aged stout inspired by Café de Olla. You loved it so much we had to release more in 2018. We missed it in 2019 so for 2020 we wanted to bring back Baptista, but with a vengeance! Inspired by the smokey bite of Mezcal, we added a pinch of smoke..
This beer represents the culmination of a half-decade of pushing the boundaries of barrel-aged beer. The very final effort (really, we need to stop, we won’t continue this madness) in our annual numbered series which began with Double Barrel Big Bad Baptist in 2016, Sextuple Barrel Big Bad Baptist i..
Modeled on the beers brewed for the long sea voyage from England to India, our India Pale Ale unites a strong malt backbone with a bitter and aromatic finish. Hopped at 2 pounds per barrel with Horizons, Simcoes and Amarillos, our IPA is fully prepared for the long journey from the slopes to the hot..
This series ranges from dry stouts to foreign stouts, creamy or bitter. EPIC explores roast chocolate, toffee, mocha, coffee, brunt marshmallow and roasted nuts or combinations there-of in this stout...
Inspired by west Coast IPA’s on a trip to San Diego for the World Beer Cup and a part of an IPA showdown with Hallertau Brewery . Only 1000 litres of this insane hop joy have been created. The rumour has started that Epic Armageddon IPA is "the sole reason there is a global hop shortage"...
Big Bad Baptista is inspired by traditional Mexican coffee, Café de
Olla, which is served with cinnamon and piloncillo, an unrefined sugar.
The Cinnamon adds another layer of complexity and accentuates the earthy
character of Mexican Coffee, but more importantly, it captures the
essence of a..
The Blue Law Porter celebrates Utah's State Tree, the Blue Spruce. The spruce tips used are hand-picked from the grounds of Utah's State Capitol building where blue laws, like spruce tips, emerge each year!..
Our double gold medal winning Brainless Belgian with cherry puree added and aged in French Chardonnay casks for a secondary fermentation. Pours a beautiful deep ruby color with a medium white head. A nice nose of sweet cherries & Belgian malts...
GABF Silver Medal 2011. Straw gold in color. This beer has a rich & complex malt flavor balanced with a bit of spicy noble hops. A subtle peach flavor with a dry finish from the champagne yeast in the 2nd fermentation in French Chardonnay barrels...
Epic's cellar contains many curiosities and one of kind beers.
These extremely limited sour releases are fruited and aged in oak for
months until our brewmaster decides they're at their peak. Each release
is unique and range from light to dark with a large variety of fruit.
Check the release..
Made with classic Pacific Northwest Cascade, Centennial, Mt. Hood in the boil and dry hopped with more Cascade hops. Cascade aroma dominates the nose, so be sure to sniff it like a wine snob. Plenty of ultra-premium Maris Otter malt and three specialty malts give the beer a nice smooth sailing biscu..
Pours a warm, reddish-brown color with an aroma of preserved fruit & dark toasted bread. The beer boasts 6 different malts and enough hops to add balance to the taste. Restrained and insistent, the caramel flavors leave a nice, lager-like finish...
Collaboration with Chad Yakobson, brewmaster/owner of Crooked Stave Brewing, Fort Collins, CO. Epic brewmaster, Kevin Crompton, and Chad spent weeks working on the recipe and selecting the proper Brett strains & barrels to create a Saison-Brett Ale...
Brewed on: October 10, 2011. Packaged on October 25, 2011. Our first ever collaborative beer has all the familiar flavors of the season, but done with Epic style. To a base of strong, roasty, and chocolaty porter, we add 200 pounds of real pumpkin per batch, five spice and whole Madagascar vanilla b..
This is what other beers want to be when they grow up. With 30% more passionfruit flavour than an actual passionfruit, the Hop Zombie is 8.5% of huge, hoppy, mouth-numbing, resinous imperial IPA. Hop Zombie pairs especially well with the brains of the living. AC Aug 11. ..
GABF Bronze Medal 2011. A hard hitting brew that packs a punch while still providing a fantastically complex IPA flavor. Floral aromas hit the nose while resinous flavors dominate the body. Finishes with palate cleansing bitterness...
The essence of the fall! This beer explodes with aromas of sweet spices
giving way to chocolate and roasted malt. Flavors are reminiscent of
fresh-cut pumpkin and chocolate and complimented by hints of clove,
fresh Madagascar vanilla beans, nutmeg and allspice...
This massive Stout pours a mahogany black with a thick, brown head. The aroma is all chocolate roasted malt. The first wave of flavor embraces anise and dark, bitter chocolate but opens up to include coffee, smoke and rich sweet malt...
An American Wheat Beer, no banana or clove in this one: highly drinkable, unfiltered, "session-able." Easy to drink, nice zest and lemon citrus flavors and aromas from the hops balanced with slight malt sweetness and just a little kick of sour from the wheat...
A full strength and quaffable American lager with a hint of European flavor. Pfeifferhorn lager has a subtle malt flavor, and clean, crisp finish. A fine spicy and slightly herbal noble hop profile which barely lingers on the palate, 5.3% alcohol by volume...
We’ve taken barrel-aging to a whole new level by aging shaved
coconut, almonds, and Blue Copper’s Colombian coffee beans in fresh
whiskey barrels, while our Imperial Stout ages separately in both rum
and whiskey barrels. Then, our brewers hand blend each batch creating
the most complex and o..
Combines the rich backbone and color of a brown ale with robust American Hops common in IPAs. A unique balance between sweet and roasty that is then assaulted by four varieties of hops. The piney, herbal flavors make this a dark beer for hop lovers...
Smoked cherry wood malt brings a smoky sweetness to the caramel malts and a bit of peat flavor with a Belgian-style yeast. The entire batch aged in whiskey barrels nicely dries out the perceived caramel malt sweetness leaving a Scotch-like taste...
Son of a
Baptist is an 8% ABV imperial stout. It is not barrel aged like its
father, Big Bad Baptist; instead its flavor profile was designed to
highlight the complex and often unique flavors of small batch coffees.
Instead of sourcing a coffee that would play well in a beer we sought
As with any good epic, herein lies the promise of larger-than-life experiences, heroics, and twists and turns as the adventure unfolds. This bottle-conditioned ale is chapter eleven. Now is the time to enjoy it in a “vertical” tasting side by side with its ten Stone Vertical Epic Ale brethren! Each ..
lemons, no melon. Though there is a good amount of orange peel and
tangerine in this one, but we’ll get to that in a moment. First we will
refer you back to February 2, 2002 (otherwise known as 02.02.02) when we
released the first of our now deified decade-spanning Stone Vertical