We celebrate our many years in beer every February with our annual “Changing of the Barrels” event at the Main Brewery. In honor of the occasion, we invite everyone down to the brewery for the debut of our latest Anniversary beer and a chance to taste next years recipe before it spends a year in American oak Bourbon barrels. See you in February. Cheers.Find out more.
When we tasted the first batch of Wreck Alley Imperial Stout, we knew barrel-aged versions were in the cards. The only questions were when and how often? Batch #1 answers the first question, and as for Batch #2, you’ll just have to wait and see. Brewed with the same darkly-kilned malts, cocoa nibs, and Ethiopian coffee beans, Batch #1 was aged three months in American oak barrels. The resulting brew is a dark, unblended, and richly flavored union of dark chocolate, espresso, and toasted oak. Grab a bottle while you can, this limited release won’t be around for long.
Barrel Aged Wreck Alley
Vanilla Bean Wreck Alley