A returning beer from Hill Farmstead Brewery was named after a book by philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche that was first published in 1886.
As with previous incarnations, Beyond Good And Evil is an imperial stout brewed with malted wheat and Vermont maple syrup before being aged in “hand-selected” bourbon barrels for more than 24 months. This incarnation of the stout was brewed in May 2015 at the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery.
Beyond Good and Evil is a release in Hill Farmstead’s Philosophical Series, which also includes such beers as Birth Of Tragedy, a slew of different Civil Disobediences, Conduct Of Life, Excursions, Genealogy Of Morals and Madness & Civilization.
According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, the latest version of Beyond Good And Evil is being released on Jan. 10. Although pricing and bottle limits are set to be announced at a later time, the stout has historically been packaged in 375ml bottles.