Eddyline 14’er Java Stout Release on International Stout Day!
Eddyline 14’er Java Stout Release Party
Celebrate International Stout Day and the release of our Eddyline 14’er Java Stout this Thursday, November 5 from 3:00pm – 6:00pm! Enjoy $4 tulips at our taproom.
Eddyline 14’er Java Stout
ABV 8.4% IBU 30
The Arkansas River Valley is home to 14,000’ peaks in Colorado and this beer fits the bill. With local coffee from The BV Roastery, and lots of roasted and chocolate malts, make this a rich, malty java stout.
International Stout Day – November 5
International Stout Day is a worldwide celebration of the iconic beer style, Stout. Taking place in homes, pubs, breweries and restaurants; it’s all about celebrating the craft beer revolution, relishing in this beloved beer style, sharing your photos, tasting notes and events with the world.
Originally, stout meant “proud” or “brave”, but morphed into the connotation of “strong” after the 14th century. Why on earth should this brave and strong beer style not have its own day of celebration?
The word “stout”, after the fourteenth century, had taken on as one of its meanings “strong”, and was used as such to describe strong beers, such as the Porter. “Stout” as in stout porter, was the strong, dark brew London’s brewers developed and the dark beer that gave us what we think of today as the typical stout style.
The first stouts were produced in the 1730s. The Russian Imperial Stout was inspired by brewers back in the 1800’s to win over the Russian Czar. “Imperial porter” came before “imperial stout” and the earliest noted use of “Imperial” to describe a beer comes from the Caledonian Mercury of February 1821, when a coffeehouse in Edinburgh was advertising “Edinburgh Ales, London Double Brown Stout and Imperial Porter, well worth the attention of Families”.
Triple Chocolate 14’er Java Stout Beer Brownies Recipe
12 ozs stout (Eddyline 14’er Java Stout)
1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
2 cups sugar
12 cup melted butter
2 tsps vanilla extract
2 cups all-purpose flour
34 tsp salt
12 cup white chocolate (chopped)
12 cup semisweet chocolate (chopped)
1. Preheat oven to 350°F Line a 13x9x2 baking pan with aluminum foil, letting foil extend 2 inches beyond each short side of pan.
2. In large bowl, whisk together stout and cocoa powder until blended and smooth. Whisk in sugar, butter, vanilla extract and eggs, one at a time. Blend well.
3. Add flour and salt; whisk until batter is smooth. Stir in chocolate chips. Spread mixture in prepared pan, leveling surface with a spatula. Bake 42 to 45 minutes in preheated oven, until top is shiny and dry, and a wooden pick inserted in the center comes out with a few moist crumbs attached. Remove from oven and let cool completely in pan on rack.
4. Lift out brownie from pan by foil ends; transter to cutting board. Cut lengthwise into four strips and crosswise into 8 pieces, making 32 brownies.
Share Your 14’er Java Stout Photos
Purchase Eddyline 14’er Java Stout 16 ounce 4 packs at your local liquor store soon and share your adventure photos with us on Instagram and #EddylineBrewery or #BeersForAnyAdventure to be featured on our website!