King Street Beer District co-anchor Intuition Ale Works was the first brewery in Florida to can beers. The initial release included the brewery’s flagship People’s Pale Ale, their popular West Coast-style IPA, I-10 IPA and their easy-drinking Jon Boat Coastal Ale. Along the way there was at least one cancelled release — the popular Belgian-style brew known as Duuuvaaal — because of a dispute with a Belgian brewery with a similar name. But, in perhaps one of the most anticipated announcements from the brewery, Cari Sanchez-Potter posted to Facebook and the brewery’s blog that King Street Stout will make its debut in cans August 2.
According to the company’s website King Street Stout is an, “Imperial stout brewed with two-row malted barley and a variety of roasted and caramel malts.” Tasters will notice notes of coffee, chocolate and rich malts in this deep, black brew. Though the beer will be packaged in 12-ounce cans, at 8.4% ABV one can easily serves two when poured into snifters.
King Street will be available in 4-packs and retail for $10.99 at the brewery’s tap room for the first few months.
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