Thursday, October 13, 2011

NABC's IX - Ninth Anniversary Ale release slated for Friday, October 28.

NABC's IX - Ninth Anniversary Ale, a chocolate malt-heavy oatmeal stout with two types of smoked malt, was brewed last winter by former NABC brewmaster Jared Williamson, and then set aside to rest in Port barrels formerly used to age C2 (Smoked Belgian Dark Strong).

The release date is Friday, October 28, at both NABC locations in New Albany: The Pizzeria & Public House at 3312 Plaza Drive, and Bank Street Brewhouse, located downtown at 415 Bank Street. When the doors open, so will the taps.

The actual NABC anniversary date is October 25, but we're delaying release of IX to coincide with the October 28 decommissioning party at Bank Street Brewhouse for Leticia Bajuyo's "Brew History: All Bottled Up," the New Albany Public Art Project Bicentennial Series installation commemorating New Albany's breweries and taverns.

NABC’s IX - Ninth Anniversary Ale

Malts: Rahr 2-row, Weyermann Smoked (Beechwood), Briess Chocolate, Briess Roasted Barley, Simpsons Chocolate, Briess Aromatic, Briess Smoked Malt (Cherry), Castle Special B, Flaked Oats

Hops: Northern Brewer (Mash), Northern Brewer (First Wort), Northern Brewer (@60min)

IBUs: 50.1
ABV: Circa 9%
Yeast: House Ale

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