According to labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Stone Berlin is trying its hand at the Stone’s popular imperial stout with Zuper Magik w00tstout.
Zuper Magik w00tstout is a 10 percent ABV imperial stout brewed with hazelnuts, pecans and almonds, then partially aged in whiskey barrels.
Collaborating once again is Drew Curtis, Greg Koch and Will Wheaton.
Zuper Magik w00tstout is release No. 7 out of 14 for Stone Berlin Groundbreaking Collaborations series.
The label for the bottle says:
Since its inception in 2013, w00tstout has been the most awesomely colossal release we brew. For this special version, we knew we needed to make it unique, but we knew regular unique wouldn’t be enough…the challenge was how to make it fantastically w00ty unique. Thusly the conundrum: how do you brew a BIGGER, BOLDER version of the biggest thing you make? Our trio was ready to take on this very very real struggle. For humanity. For you. For the sheer weightiness of it all. That’s what heroes do. Collective brainpower produced the idea to go nuts and add almonds in addition to pecans and use German Whiskey barrels. Thus, the libation that has been compared to the equivalent of a Kentucky Derby Pie became the German equivalent to the heretofore uninvented malt & whiskey soaked..errr, MaltNutloaf. So how do you say “MaltNutloaf” in German? The answer is you don’t. Mein Gott, no one should.
According to Stone’s website, Zuper Magik w00tstout was brewed on May 24, 2017.
An email sent to Stone for more information was not immediately returned.