Ecliptic Brewing releases Sedna Tiramisu Stout and Barrel-Aged Variant

Ecliptic Brewing has a new pastry stout, Sedna Tiramisu Stout will be released in a classic verson and a whiskey barrel-aged version. Sedna is brewed with vanilla, coffee and chocolate, it’s both sweet and smooth. Both versions will be launching in mid-November.

More from a press release:

Says Chris Burch, Ecliptic’s Brewery Operations Manager, of the barrel-aged version, “It’s not done aging yet. It will be in the barrels for 11 months, but as we’ve been sampling it over the last few months, it’s developing really nice notes of cocoa.” Sedna was originally created as a small-batch, draft only beer last year, but Ecliptic brought it into the lineup as a 2019 Winter Special Release, and the fresh version will be available throughout Ecliptic Brewing’s distribution network. 

Sedna Tiramisu Stout and Barrel-Aged Sedna Tiramisu Stout will be released in both draft and 500ml bottles.

About Sedna Tiramisu Stout

Located out in the coldest twilight of our solar system, Sedna is a minor planet of mysterious origin. We pay our respects with this deep, velvety full-flavored beer. Brewed with vanilla, coffee, and chocolate, Sedna is a perfect nightcap for those dark nights.

ABV 8.5%

IBU 24

About Barrel-Aged Sedna Tiramisu Stout

This whiskey barrel-aged version hibernates for 11 months, picking up notes of caramel, spice and oak complexity.

ABV 11.5%

IBU 26

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