Whistle & Keg Youngstown Brewery and Beer Hall Overview
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This intensely hopped and gushing undead Pale Ale will be one’s only respite after the zombie apocalypse. Created with our marvelous friends in the comic industry.
A collaboration brew with Columbus Brewing Co. An imperial IPA in collaboration with Columbus Brewing Co. The addition of Idaho 7 hops imparts notes of melon and loads of stone fruit, paired with a heavy dose of Simcoe lending resinous, piney, and grapefruit character. Hug hop flavor and high bitterness.
Mead with Concord Grape and Peanuts Conflict was inevitable between the peanuts and the grapes. The grapes had become, without reason, more intelligent. They began using tools, such as a butter knife, which spread fear among the peanuts. Complicated tasks such as unscrewing a lid or using a twist tie on a loaf of bread were everyday occurrences. Would war arise or would they all learn to get along, coexist and possibly stick together one day? Time would tell… Tasting Notes: Fresh Peanut Butter, Semi-Sweet Grape Jelly and White Bread Crust Notes
Our newest seasonal IPA is a West-Coast warrior for Hop Heads who truly love those little green cones. Bright and lively, it encircles the senses with dank notes of pine and citrus until the only option is surrendering to its juicy deliciousness. A stealth attack of hops!
An American wheat ale brewed with white wheat and dry hopped with hand-selected hops from the Yakima Valley. Bright and refreshing with a lemony finish.
Brewed with 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest and named after the Two Hearted River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, this IPA is bursting with hop aromas ranging from pine to grapefruit from massive hop additions in both the kettle and the fermenter. Perfectly balanced with a malt backbone and combined with the signature fruity aromas of Bell's house yeast, this beer is remarkably drinkable and well suited for adventures everywhere.
Stone Xocoveza Tres Leches combines the inspiration of Oaxacan Hot Chocolate and Tres Leches treats in an imperial stout that’s smooth, creamy and intensely indulgent. Made from all that’s good about the holidays, Stone Xocoveza is brewed with chocolate, coffee, Pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg. At the pop of the can, the aroma is intense – cinnamon and spice up front with lingering coffee, caramel and sweet vanilla. It is a lively blend of flavors. Sweet spices are balanced with rich and creamy chocolate. Mild roast coffee flavor shines through and vanilla enhances the intense combination. Pasilla peppers impart a light hint of heat in the finale. With all that complexity, the beer is surprisingly bright on the palate, with just a touch of the residual sweetness that all the decadent flavors imply. Like a slice of Grandma’s tres leches cake and a sip of Oaxacan Hot Chocolate, the result is creamy, intensely flavorful and silky smooth.
Taste rides an unexpected wave. Refreshing sweet tart flavor alive with the inspired pairing of apple and screaming yellow pineapple. Big citrus taste born of a feeling the wave will never go flat. You close your eyes at the peak moment a tremendous feeling rushes over you. It's wild. Ride it out.
Close your eyes and smell the aroma of this playful beer. You’ll think your holding the fluffy, sugary, sticky, candy on a paper cone. Now drink it up, because the taste may be more subtle, but just as yummy.