Weyerbacher

Seasonal Beers

Riserva

Riserva is our barrel-aged American Wild Ale aged on raspberries. It’s not for the faint of heart and it is extremely limited! Click the title above to learn more!

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Viridis Lupulus

Viridis Lupulus – funny name, delicious new seasonal IPA!

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White Sun Wit

White Sun Wit is Weyerbacher’s 4.6% ABV thirst-quenching spring and early summer ale. Click the title to learn more!

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Heresy

This is an incredibly intriguing ale is made by aging our Old Heathen Imperial Stout in oak barrels that were used for making fine Kentucky bourbon!

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Insanity

Insanity is made by aging our perfectly balanced Blithering Idiot Barleywine in oak bourbon casks. This incredible combination creates a m

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QUAD

Big and delicious, QUAD is an elegant dark ale. Rich with complexity and flavor, try savoring it with a fine dinner. You also might enjoy it as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to a dessert, but QUAD stands alone quite well. We recommend enjoying QUAD in a brandy snifter or wineglass so you can drink in the aroma of this fine ale.

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Winter Ale

Winner of a Silver Medal in the 1998 World Beer Championships, Weyerbacher Winter Ale is brewed with deep-roasted chocolate malt.

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Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Like a pyramid for a pharaoh, we set out to make a bold monument for The King of the Pumpkins! This 8.0% ABV pumpkin ale is the mother of all pumpkin ales. It is heartier, spicier, and more “caramelly” and “pumpkiny” than its faint brethren!

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AutumnFest

Weyerbacher AutumnFest ( ABV 5.4%) is generally available in stores August through November. Pick up a case to celebrate the change of seasons.

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Bottle Conditioned Blasphemy

2011 bore witness that beer miracles actually can happen: Blasphemy has returned! This ‘refreshed’ version is actually fully bottle conditioned and available only in a 750 ml cork and cage package. Click the title above to read more…

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26 Responses to “Seasonal Beers”

  1. avatar g.moore says:

    Will you bring Blashphemy back. I loved that stuff. Please bring it back. Thank you.

  2. avatar g.moore says:

    PLease bring back Blashphemy. I loved that stuff.

  3. avatar Jeff says:

    I also miss Blasphemy…it was a great beer.

  4. avatar Patrick says:

    Just tapped Harvest ang getting ready for a Halloween bash . I am sure this beer will be a hit. It is wonderful and complex. Well done! Cheers !

  5. avatar Dave Miller says:

    insanity- insanely delicious stuff. please produce year round as all my buddies love this beer.

  6. avatar Jim J. says:

    I’m waiting for you guys to make a Coffee Imperial Stout.

  7. avatar Brian says:

    i agree, blasphemy was a great beer

  8. avatar Brian says:

    how come my question about a brewpub or restaurant keeps getting deleted?

    • avatar chriswilson says:

      Sorry Brian if you are having trouble. We have not deleted any messages about a pub from anyone, so it must be a glitch of some kind. Anyway, I’ll guess your question is, do you have a pub? The answer is no. At the moment we do not have a pub. We do have a tasting room at our Visitors Center where you can try all of our beers that we have available. After you are done, try Porters or Pearly Bakers downtown for grub and more Weyerbacher. Cheers, CW

      PS. We are planning a cafe (pints and snacks) in the future, but we are early in the planning stages.

  9. avatar Noel Kemm says:

    Imperial Pumpkin Ale….delicious!!!

  10. avatar Pave' Monkey says:

    Perhaps the finest example of American craft brewing refinement of classic barleywine by aging in bourbon casks.

  11. avatar Alan says:

    I can’t seem to find Heresy anymore. It’s been several years since I have seen it in my state of NC. What’s up wid dat?

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      We ship it out each February so I dunno if you are in hibernation at that time… but place an order for it in January at your favorite retailer and have them order it from Freedom Beverage. Cheers!

  12. avatar Doles says:

    Any more Fireside?

  13. avatar Andrew Smith says:

    AutumnFest and Imperial Pumpkin are two of the best I’ve ever tasted, and I’ve been drinking beer for over 40 years!

  14. avatar Wsquare says:

    Please bring back Fireside, it was amazing and I dont know of any other beer that even comes close to it’s unique flavor.

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      It’s not coming back… sorry! If we do a similar style, though, it’ll be in the next Brewers’ Select Series which will begin after the completion of the NATO alphabet series which we’re about to conclude with the release of Zulu – a bear that is most certainly UN-like Fireside (formerly Charlie).

  15. avatar Andrew says:

    Riserva is such a wonderful sour! I’ve tried a couple 2012′s and just found a spot with plenty of 2011 for sale still. Cheers, and thank you!

  16. avatar Alex says:

    Plenty of Riserva 2011 in Charleston, South Carolina area. Total Wine has it and few others.

  17. avatar Chris says:

    Please make Quad and Blashemy year round beers. These are the best on the market today.

  18. avatar Aron Levy says:

    There are plenty of Riserva 2010s available in the greater Boston area, but I’m not telling where! :p

    (I wanna be a greedy Gus and keep them all to myself. Absurdly sour beers for life!)

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