The next Stasis Project Series beer to be bottled by Bottle Logic Brewing will be available later this month.

The Anaheim, Calif.-based brewery will be releasing Jam The Radar, a 13.7 percent ABV Russian imperial stout conditioned on cacao nibs and black raspberries and aged “almost exclusively (in) Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels”. The stout The new stout will join 17 other beers in Bottle Logic’s Stasis Project Series, which is made up of barrel-aged beers, and uses the brewery’s Darkstar November (13.8 percent ABV) as its base.

DAY SIX of #WeekOfLogic previews the next bottle release in our #StasisProject2017 line-up, #JamTheRadar! . This beer is built on the World Beer Cup 2016 Silver Medal winning #DarkstarNovember base, aged in almost exclusively Buffalo Trace Bourbon Barrels, then perfected with cacao nibs and black raspberries for a sinfully decadent chocolate truffle-like finish. ************************************************* Also pouring: #GroundState2017 #POGJuice #BerlinearEquationPeachPlumPear #BerlinearEquationStrawberryWatermelon #BerlinearEquationStrawberryLemonade ************************************************* @thecutmobile and @rollingsushivan are serving all day, join us from noon to midnight! ************************************************* Still no minors, still no growlers, still need more costumed dogs. [There’s currently an Ewok dog here named Leroy Brown, just so you know where the bar is set today.]

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In addition, customers with bottles of Byzantine Vision (10.7 percent ABV) will be able to swap out bottles with Jam The Radar starting on May 1. Earlier this month, Bottle Logic recalled bottles of Byzantine Vision after brettanomyces was found in the beer causing customers to complain about “off flavors.”

According to a post on Bottle Logic’s website, Jam The Radar is scheduled to go on sale in “very late April.” Although purchase details have not been announced yet, a number of past bottle releases in the brewery’s Stasis Project have been sold online via Eventbrite.

An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.