Flavor/Balance: In 1907, Rudolph Carstanjen built the house CCB is in today, as well as the two adjoining houses, for the three daughters of the family. It is believed each married, and never actually occupied the houses built for them. Johanna Weiss, the first occupant of CCB, was said to wear a black dress everyday as she left the house to make way to her ranch each morning – fitting:) Three Sister’s Stout is right on the edge of being an imperial stout. Expect elevated notes of toffee and licorice, a roasted nose and finish, with a moderate to light body. The higher ABV hides well behind the roasted notes, w/ an addition of lactose sugar to add some residual sweetness.
Grains: Pilsner, Wheat Malt, Raw Texas Red Wheat, Flaked Oats, Dextrin Malt
Hops: Summit, Tettnang
Yeast: American White Ale
Category: Year Round