Founders Brewing Co. is rereleasing versions of not one, not two, but three different beers as part of its most popular series.
The Grand Rapid, Mich.-based brewery will be adding Bolt Cutter, Project Pam and Sweet Repute to its Barrel-Aged Series, which was formally named the Backstage Series and is made up of beers aged in various types of barrels.
Bolt Cutter is a barley-wine style ale that was first released in 2012 in commemoration of the Grand Rapid, Mich.-based brewery’s 15th anniversary.
Project Pam is barrel-age black IPA brewed with a “cornucopia of hops” before being aged in maple syrup bourbon barrels that debuted in 2015.
Finally, Sweet Repute is a wheat wine-style ale aged in both bourbon barrels and maple syrup barrels that was first released in 2013.
According to labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the newest incarnations of Bolt Cutter, Project Pam and Sweet Repute will all be packaged in 750ml bottles, although every release in Founder’s Barrel-Aged Series so far as also been packaged in 12-ounce bottles as well.
An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.