Previously known as Track #11, The Lost Abbey births Devil Went Down to Georgia.

Press Release

San Marcos, CA, -- The Lost Abbey is giving the Devil his due. Produced for the first time since 2012, The Lost Abbey will be releasing Devil Went Down to Georgia, a Bourbon-barrel aged barleywine featuring black tea and peaches.

Devil Went Down to Georgia, formerly known as Track #11, was one of 13 beers that made up The Lost Abbey’s Ultimate Box Set, pays tribute to the fiendishly catch Charlie Daniel’s ballad of a Faustian fiddle contest with the Devil. 

“Devil Went Down to Georgia was a personal favorite of mine from the Ultimate Box Set,” said Tomme Arthur, COO and Co-Founder of The Lost Abbey. “Recreating the ‘Vern’, an amazingly refreshing bourbon cocktail with sweet peach tea, has been on my mind for a while, so we’re excited to share this beer with even more people this time around.”

Beginning with a base of our Angel’s Share ale, Devil Went Down to Georgia, was aged for over a year in bourbon barrels and then blended with peaches and sweet black tea. The end result becoming a delicious bourbon-forward ale, sprinkled with floral notes from the black tea and fresh cut peaches before culminating in a sweet oak and vanilla finish. 

Devil Went Down to Georgia, 12.5% ABV, will be available in the San Marcos and Cardiff tasting rooms starting Friday, August 25th and hitting The Lost Abbey distribution network beginning August 28th. 

About Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey / The Hop Concept
Founded in 2006, The Lost Abbey produces an extensive line-up of continental and American- inspired ales and lagers. Under the direction of visionary brewmaster and co-founder Tomme Arthur, the brewery has garnered dozens of awards including the 2007 Great American Beer Festival Small Brewery of the Year, The 2008 world Beer Cup Champion Small Brewery and the 2013 Champion Brewery at the San Diego International Beer Festival. The company’s beers, many of which are aged in oak barrels for 12 months or longer, are universally recognized for their complexity, unique flavors and bold boundary-pushing styles. For more information, contact Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey / The Hop Concept at 155 Mata Way, Suite 104, San Marcos, CA 92069, telephone (800) 918-6816, and on the web at www.LostAbbey.com

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