Barrel Aged Imperial Stout
Available to go
The “Angel’s Share”, the term for the loss of liquid that evaporates during the barrel aging process.
Stave Robber, the term we use when referring to the “angel’s share” cuz nobody said the “angel” could have it.
With the help of our friends at Barrel Theory, we were able to get that beer back. So, we bottled it.
Introducing Stave Robber, a Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, made with love from our friends at Barrel Theory. It was brewed with Maris Otter barley, malted wheat, and chocolate wheat malt. Then we aged it for 15 months in bourbon & rye barrels and conditioned it on PISTACHIOS, TOASTED COCONUT, AND MADAGASCAR VANILLA BEANS.
STAVE ROBBER RAFFLE
Please read the rules and FAQs below for Stave Robber Barrel Aged Imperial Stout bottle release raffle:
- Raffle available NOW through Monday, December 28th at 9:00 am.
- Randomly selected winners will be notified via email on Monday (12/28) around noon that will include a link to purchase your bottle online.
- Winners will then have a 24 hr period to complete the transaction and purchase the bottle.
- One (1) bottle per winner at $38.
- Winners will select a preferred pickup window during their transaction. Available time slots will range from Tuesday (12/29) – Thursday (12/31).
- Person picking up must have an ID that matches the purchase AND the raffle entry.
- If any bottles are not purchased within the 24 hr time period, they will be forfeited and placed into taproom inventory on Saturday, January 9th at 9 am.
ISN’T THE BEER IN BARRELS JUST EVAPORATING?
No! It’s being stolen. Evaporation isn’t real. #Conspiracy
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO ENTER THE RAFFLE?
Raffle starts NOW and ends on Monday, December 28th at 9:00 am.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ENTER THE RAFFLE?
Entering the raffle is completely free, but if you win you’ll still need to purchase the beer.
HOW MANY RAFFLE ENTRIES CAN I GET?
You can only enter the raffle a total of one time.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF I WIN?
The randomly selected winners will be receiving an email Monday (12/28) around noon which will allow them to purchase one bottle. Be sure to check your spam folder, it may or may not be waiting for you in there. You will have 24 hours to purchase your bottle. Any bottles not purchased within that 24-hour window will be forfeited and be placed into the taproom inventory which will then be available for purchase the following Saturday (1/9) in our online store.
CAN YOU PROVE THAT EVAPORATION ISN’T REAL?
Do your own research, the truth is out there.
HOW MANY BOTTLES ARE AVAILABLE?
CAN I REALLY BUY ONLY ONE?
That is correct. If you got more, you would be no better than that damn Stave Robber.
HOW MUCH OF THE ALCOHOL GOT ROBBED?
Zero alcohol was robbed in the making of this beer cause it’s a full 12.5% ABV.
WHAT DO I GET IF I WIN?
You’ll have the opportunity to purchase one (1) bottle of Stave Robber at its retail value of $38.
IF I WIN, BUT DON’T WANT TO PURCHASE THE BEER, CAN I FORWARD THE EMAIL TO A FRIEND AND LET THEM HAVE IT?
IF I WIN, WHEN CAN I COME PICK UP MY BOTTLE OF STAVE ROBBER?
During your purchase, you will be able to select a pick up window. When picking up your bottle of Stave Robber, please bring a matching ID to that of the person listed on the order (you). Pick up windows will be available between Tuesday, December 29th through Thursday, December 31st during normal taproom hours.
CAN I BUY MORE BEER WHEN I PICK UP MY BOTTLE?
For sure. You can order some beer online, and we can bundle those beers in with your bottle (simply write in the comment section that you also have a bottle of Stave Robber).
DO YOU HAVE LINKS? DO YOU HAVE ANY PROOF?
There is so much proof. Like, more proof than you could believe. We have so much evidence it would astound you.
WILL THE BEER BE AVAILABLE IF I DON’T WIN THE RAFFLE?
There is a chance. Any bottles that aren’t paid for within the 24-hour window will go into the taproom inventory and will be available for purchase in our online store and in the taproom the following Saturday.
WILL STAVE ROBBER EVER BE ON TAP?
Probably not, but maybe someday. We’re keeping the taproom closed until dining indoors in taprooms is safe again.
WHAT ABOUT THE SCIENCE?
There are a lot of scientists that have disproven evaporation. Look it up.