Posted February 21, 2017
Category: Beer News
Last year, Boulevard’s brewers and barrel-wranglers got their hands on something special – a collection of diminutive eight-gallon oak barrels that had worked their magic on Woodinville Whiskey Co. rye and bourbon, before taking a turn aging rich, complex maple syrup. That's where we came in: we brewed a big, boozy imperial brown ale to luxuriate in these already twice-used micro-barrels, a small batch beer for our friends and neighbors.
Packaged in 12 ounce bottles, Requiem for a Pancake will be available to the public at our Tours & Recreation Center beginning at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 1st ($12 each, limit four per person). For every bottle sold, Boulevard will donate $1 to Guadalupe Centers, Inc., serving the Kansas City community since 1919.
Requiem for a Pancake is 13.3% ABV and 30 IBUs.