Seattle, WA – A friendly reminder that if you missed out on the first pass of Don Webb’s Naked City Big LeBrewski, you will get another chance. Named after the infamous Jeff Bridge’s character Jeffrey “Big” Lebowski, LeBrewski is an Imperial Cream Stout that is fermented with not oak chips but oak cubes, previously soaked in Kahlaua liquor. What is produced is what head brewer (and Naked City Co-Owner) Don Webb calls a “White Russian Imperial Cream Stout”.
Curious of what a “White Russian Imperial Cream Stout” is, you only have to drive down to Naked City’s Brewery & Taphouse to taste this uniquely created Imperial Cream Stout. As an added bonus, should you miss this opportunity, you can find it all at Collins Pub’s annual Real Strong Ale Festival, March 3rd through the 7th, 2010.
Beer Geek Specifications
Imperial Cream Stout aged on Kahlua soaked oak cubes. Chocolate and coffee notes dominate the flavor with a big roasty background and spicy finish provided by the medium toast French oak.
O.G. = 1.102
-source, with our thanks Head Brewer (and Co-Owner) Don Webb of Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
March 1st, 2010 4:00 PM PST
Big LeBrewski “White Russian Imperial Cream Stout” Release, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
8564 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 838-6299