The Alchemist is bringing back a classic release just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

The beer in question is Beelzebub, an 8 percent ABV American imperial stout that is “loaded with hops” that was originally released in 2008. Although the stout has been brewed before, this is the first time it has been produced at the new brewery location, and it will be replacing The Crusher double IPA (9 percent ABV) on The Alchemist’s to-go menu through Nov. 29.


According to the The Stowe, Vt.-based brewery, there was 120bbls of Beelzebub produced, and it will be packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans when it is released on Nov. 15 at the brewery.