Two different beers are on their way to retailers from Prairie Artisan Ales: one is a returning fan favorite, while the other is a brand new creation.
The returning beer is Bible Belt 2019, 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.) It was then rereleased by Evil Twin packaged in 16-ounce cans that were canned at Westbrook Brewing Co. in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
One old favorite and one new beer shipped out to the world this week. DEJA VOUS is a farmhouse ale with hibiscus and brett, and Bible Belt is a knock-your-socks-off imperial stout. Look for them soon! pic.twitter.com/4ifdAh4tVy
— Prairie Artisan Ales (@prairieales) February 13, 2019
In addition, Prairie has shipped Deja Vous, a 4.8 percent ABV farmhouse ale brewed with hibiscus and brettanomyces bruxellensis. The new ale uses Prairie Vous Francais as its base, a 3.9 percent ABV farmhouse ale that was modeled after the brewery’s first beer, but with a lower ABV.
According to a post on Prairie’s Twitter page, both Bible Belt 2019 and Deja Vous are shipping to retailers across the brewery’s distribution now packaged in 12-ounce bottles and 750ml bottles respectively.