R&R Tropical Stout

R&R Tropical Stout

Availability: 1/25/19 until its gone!

Style: Tropical Stout

Description: Similar to the stouts found in tropical climes, this very dark, sweet and fruity beer was brewed with lager yeast fermented at ale temperatures and has smooth roasty flavors without a burnt harshness

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Rich meats, scallops, oysters, spicy foods, smooth and creamy cheeses, chocolate desserts, strawberry tart.

This beer is our 2019 Black Ale Project beer, and it benefits the Nicholas G. Xiarhos Memorial Fund.   Learn more about Nick here. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this beer will go to support this cause.

On Friday January 25th we will be hosting an event to help raise fund for the Foundation and to honor Nick’s memory and his birthday! Live music from with High Attitude, food & a cash bar! Cost of admission is a $20 donation to the Nicholas G. Xiarhos Memorial Foundation Fund.  Learn more or purchase tickets here

About the Foundation:

The Xiarhos Family has created a found in honor of Nicholas. The Nicholas G. Xiarhos Memorial Fund is designed to support local first responders and military families in need of financial assistance, wounded warriors and their families.

About The Black Ale Project:

Dave Pappas is partnering with breweries across the country to support the Black Ale Project, a craft beer initiative to raise money and awareness on behalf of U.S. war veterans. As a former active duty Marine and non-combat veteran of the Persian Gulf War, supporting our war veterans is a cause that means a lot to Dave. The Black Ale Project itself isn’t a charity organization but an idea he came up with to help veterans in need.

Each Black Ale Project beer is brewed by a different craft brewery, with no two beers being exactly the same. For breweries that do not package their beer (or choose not to for the Project), the beer they brew in support of the Black Ale Project is poured in their taproom until it sells out. Dave does not handle the money at any time during the process; the funds are donated directly by the brewery to a veteran charity of the brewery’s own choosing.

The Black Ale Project has raised over $100,000 for more than forty different veteran charities and continues to raise money every week through the sale of beers by participating breweries. Please click here for a list of breweries that have brewed beer for the Black Ale Project, as well as breweries that are on board to release beer in the future.

It’s simple: buy a beer, help a veteran!

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