Stoudt Brewing Co. in Adamstown has another collaboration on tap.
Beer Camp brings together breweries throughout the country to make limited-edition beers sold in mixed cases and at Beer Camp festivals.
Stoudt president Carol Stoudt was asked to join the northeast/mid-
Atlantic brewer super group along with brewers from Devils Backbone Brewing Co. in Virginia; Dogfish Head Craft Craft Brewery in Delaware; Lawson’s Finest Liquids in Vermont; Trillium Brewing Co., Boston and Sierra Nevada.
Sam Calagione, owner of Dogfish Head lead the team.
“I immediately dropped what I was doing after the call and went for a pensive paddle board to imagine what it would be like to be at the helm of the Super Friends (my fav cartoon as a kid),” he writes on Sierra Nevada’s website. “I would organize a team with awesome creative and complementary super powers, and with diversity in scale and geography. Thankfully every one of my first team picks said ‘yes’ and we are stoked to design a beer together with our pals from Sierra. Wonder quintuplet powers activate! Form of a wolf pack! Shape of a tank full of hot water, malted barley, rye, and colonial cider!”
The Pat-Rye-Ot pale ale has rye, apples and two kinds of hops (cluster and experimental) with a 5.6 percent ABV and 55 ibus.
The pilot beer was brewed at Devils Backbone and the final version was brewed at Sierra Nevada’s brewery in North Carolina, said Brett Kinzer, head brewer at Stoudt.
Pat-rye-ot and five of the six Beer Camp brews will rotate on tap at Black Angus through Sunday along with Sweet Sunny South, a southern table beer; Family Values, an imperial brown ale with cocoa from the midwest; West Latitude, a session rye with hibiscus from northern California and Stout of the Union, a robust stout from the southwest. Moxee-Moran, an imperial session IPA from the Pacific northwest will not be on draft at Black Angus.
Thursday, the brewery will have a limited number of Beer Camp 12-packs for sale as well, said Amanda Colangelo, marketing and assistant restaurant manager at Black Angus.