Beer30 Series Presents Autumn Brews In November At Bone Hook Brewing
NAPLES, FL., — October 31, 2017 – Bone Hook Brewing Co. continues its monthly series, Beer30, by unveiling a new craft beer each Thursday. For the month of November, Bone hook will feature the following schedule of special beer tappings:
November 2- Imperial Brown Ale
November 9- Black IPA
November 16- Wheat Wine
November 30- Dessert Stout
“Our specialty beer line-up in November embraces the attributes of wintertime heavy, dark brews but with unique twists,” states Bone Hook Brewmaster Josh Deitner. “Most of these styles are not encountered very often and we hope to inspire our customers’ taste buds. For example, the Imperial Brown is not your typical version, but instead we are brewing it with more crystal and victory malts hopped with British East Kent Goldings, resulting in malty, biscuit and earthy notes. The Black IPA will feature mash, kettle, and dry hopped to 3.4 lb/BBL with unique and fruity Simcoe hop hash, piney Chinook pellets and citrusy whole leaf Cascade. Bone Hook’s Wheat Wine is a smooth and warm 12.5% ABV winter sipper and the Dessert Stout is a dry, roasty and chocolately stout, brewed with cacao nobs, vanilla beans, cinnamon and coffee, for a warm and cozy tiramisu-like experience.”
Bone Hook will continue hosting live music in November with Rusty Wright on November 1st, One Gravity on November 8th, Justin Ross on November 22nd, and a special Saturday night performance The Woodwork on November 25th.
ABOUT BONE HOOK BREWING CO.
Bone Hook Brewing Co. was founded in 2016 in Naples, Florida by three local businessmen interested in brewing unique beers that they could share with their friends and family in the spirit of good times. Brewed minutes from the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Bone Hook craft beers represent the consistent quality and excellent taste that savvy beer drinkers demand today with an added touch of Florida sunshine and homegrown goodness. Get Hooked!
For more information about Bone Hook Brewing Co., please call 239-631-8522 or visit