A collaboration between Evil Twin Brewing and Prairie Artisan Ales is now available in cans.

The beer is Bible Belt, a 13 percent imperial stout conditioned on cacao nibs, chili peppers, coffee and vanilla beans. The stout was first released in 2014 packaged in 12-ounce bottles and combines Evil Twin’s Even More Jesus imperial stout (12 percent ABV) and the same spices and other adjuncts that are used in Prairie’s Bomb! imperial stout (13 percent ABV.)

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In addition, this newest version is being brewed and canned at Westbrook Brewing Co. in Mount Pleasant, S.C.

In an email, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, owner of Evil Twin, told Tenemu that the newest version of Bible Belt is packaged in 16-ounce cans and is shipping to retailers across the company’s distribution network now.

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