10 Cervejas mais procuradas no Mundo

10 Most Wanted Beers in the World

1. Three Floyds Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout

A Demonic Imperial Russian stout brewed with INTELLIGENTSIA coffee,vanilla, and molasses. 
DarkLord is only available once a year at DarkLord Day at the Three Floyds Brewpub.
Vintage guide:
Red wax = 2004
Orange wax = 2005
Gold wax = 2006
Silver wax = 2007
Black wax = 2008
White wax = 2009
Green wax = 2010 - 15% ABV
Yellow wax = 2011 - 15% ABV
Red wax = 2012 - 15% ABV
Orange wax = 2013 - New Label

2. Westvleteren 12 (XII)

Westvleteren has the smallest output of the Trappist breweries, with only a small part of their production available outside of Belgium.

3. Närke Kaggen Stormaktsporter

Imperial Stout brewed with heather honey and aged on oak-barrels for 2½ months. Serve at minimum 14 dgs. Share the bottle. It was first brewed in October 2005 and ages well for several years. Beer is Art!
2005 version is 9%. 
2006 version is 10%. 
2007 version is 9%, released 2008-09-11. 
2008 version is 9.5%, released 2009-09-17. 
2009 version is 9.5%, released 2010-09-23 
2010 and 2011 versions cancelled due to family issues.

4. Russian River Pliny the Younger

Pliny the Younger was Pliny the Elder’s nephew, in the case of this beer, the "Younger" is a triple IPA. Pliny the Younger is hopped three times more than our standard IPA, and is dry hopped four different times.

5. Surly Darkness

This massive Russian Imperial Stout brings waves of flavors; chocolate, cherries, raisins, coffee, and toffee. We add a touch of hops to make this delicious brew even tastier. 85 IBUs.
Labels: 
’07 = Grim Reaper
’08 = Devil
’09 = Mummy
’10 = Vampire
’11 = Zombie
’12 = Werewolf 
’13 = Hell Demon 

6. AleSmith Speedway Stout (Barrel Aged)

Special Markings: Gold foil neck and white numbering above rear label. Some bottles have paper labels, some do not.

7. Three Floyds Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout (Bourbon Barrel Aged)

Dark Lord aged in a variety of Bourbon barrels including Woodford Reserve and Heaven Hill. 
This listing is specifically for Bourbon barrel aged variants of Dark Lord. NOT Brandy. 

8. Russian River Pliny the Elder

Pliny the Elder was a Roman naturalist, scholar, historian, traveler, officer, and writer. Although not considered his most important work, Pliny and his contemporaries created the botanical name for hops, "lupus Salictarius", meaning wolf among scrubs." Hops at that time grew wild among willows, much like a wolf in the forest. Later the current botanical name, humulus Lupulus, was adopted. Pliny died in 79 AD while observing the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. He was immortalized by his nephew, Pliny the Younger, who continued his uncle’s legacy by documenting much of what he observed during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Pliny the Elder, the beer, is brewed with 40% more malt and over twice the amount of hops as compared to our already hoppy IPA.

9. Lost Abbey Cable Car

You’ve made it to 547 Haight Street. This destination is more San Francisco than Rice A Roni, Chinatown, and Lombard Street combined. Welcome to Broadway for brewers everywhere. Everyone who is anyone has poured their kegs here. For the last 20 years, this place has launched careers, confirmed legacies, and since 1987 the only name you need to know is David Keene. Take a seat. Tip Strong. Nod appreciatively and don’t ask stupid questions. Welcome to Big Daddy’s House known to most simply as "The T-Room." Here the bartenders are fluent in English, German, Flemish, French, Waloon and Czech. But they’re most know for their American Lip Service. Watch it. The lady with the jet black hair behind the bar eats idiots for lunch. At 547 Haight Street, you won’t find any Cable Cars except for this one. But if you’re standing outside the Dutch Doors of the World Famous Toranado, you surly found the most interesting place in all San Francisco. Its’ about RESPECT. Dave you continue to have ours. Here’s to 20 more years of punishing livers everywhere. Cheers Gina, Jim, Tomme, Vince and the Brewers of Port Brewing.

10. Three Floyds Dreadnaught Imperial IPA

A hophead’s dream beer. This Imperial India Pale Ale has an opening salvo of mango, peach and citrus hop aromas that sit atop a pronounced caramel malt backbone. Although Dreadnaught is a strong and intensely hoppy ale, its complex flavors is both smooth and memorable. 9.5% ABV, 100 IBUs.

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