(Kansas City, MO) – Boulevard Brewing is working on a new anniversary pale ale that will hit bottles later this year.
Per today’s blog entry:
“This past weekend, we paid tribute to the brewery’s 21 years of history by brewing a one-of-a-kind batch of ale. [...]
The 21st Anniversary beer will honor Boulevard’s flagship beer, Pale Ale. When John McDonald, our founder, first brewed the ale more than 20 years ago, it was considered over-the-top, robust and consumed by only the most dedicated of craft beer loyalists. Today, Pale Ale beers are literally pale in comparison to the newest trend of “imperialized” brews that are bigger, bolder and have more flavor. Our brewmaster, Steven Pauwels, says the goal of the anniversary beer is to have the same effect for beer lovers as Pale Ale many years ago.”
The beer won’t be available until closer to the actual anniversary date of November 17th. Click over to the brewery blog for lots more info on the brew. A handful of brewday photos can be found on Facebook.
In other news, Boulevard completed a full bottling run of Bob’s 47 Oktoberfest yesterday. Check out Twitter for the latest.