Go get beer [3.24-3.27]: super-fresh Stalk at Proclamation, Firkin Friday, and more

We’re making up for last week’s skeletal report with an almost-all-taps-on-deck roundup:

At Proclamation Ale Company [Thursday 3:30-7 pm, Friday 3:30-8, Saturday 12-7, Sunday 12-5] for growlers and tastings: A “super-fresh, juicetacular batch” of The Stalk [double IPA made with Citra, Mosaic, and Amarillo hops, 8.6%ABV], also in 22-ounce bombers. Plus: Derivative: Galaxy [also in “super-fresh packaged 3/23” bombers] and Mosaic [pale ale, 6%]; Burgess [“ESB brewed with English malts/hops/yeast,” 5%], and Broze [oatmeal milk stout, 5.6%].

At Newport Storm [Thursday-Saturday 12-6 pm, Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday, 12-5]: the debut of Pilsner [which will be available in the Twelve Sheets To the Wind Variety Pack], plus Hurricane Amber Ale, India Point Ale, Spring Irish Red Ale, and Annual Release ’15 [“while it lasts”]. And there’s a new Storm brew: Unknown Variable. Quoth the notes: “[UV is] our brewery’s first venture in working with experimental hops! Experimental #7 and #33 aren’t your regular run-of-the-mill hops. These new varieties were specially crafted by growers and we were lucky enough to have the chance to work with them! As far as flavor profile is concerned, the malts in this golden hued brew take a back seat as you dive face-first into a beervana bliss of peaches and plum. At 8% ABV this double IPA is dangerously light and crisp.” The four-packs were bottled on 3.17 and are available at your fave beer emporium.

At Grey Sail [Thursday + Friday 4-7 pm, Saturday 1-5; closed on Sunday this week cuzza Easter]: Flagship [cream ale], Flying Jenny [extra pale ale], Leaning Chimney [smoked porter], Black Mast [American stout], Pour Judgement [IPA], Mary Ann’s Ginger Spice Ale [limited supply left], Great Ketch [IPL], and Captain’s Daughter [imperial IPA]. Plus: a cask of Black Mast with vanilla bean, cardamon, and Ceylon cinnamon will be tapped today [3.24] — Firkin Thursday!

At Foolproof [Friday 5-7 pm, Saturday 1-5]: Queen of the Yahd [raspberry IPA, 5.2% ABV; four-packs of 16-ounce cans are in stores now], plus Shuckolate, Revery, Peanut Butter Raincloud, Backyahd, Barstool, La Ferme Urbaine, Raincloud, and King of the Yahd — and a special cask of Backyahd made with kiwi and dry-hopped with Southern Cross and Azacca. And the WBRU Crew will be broadcasting live on Saturday.

At Tilted Barn [Saturday 1-4 pm]: a new DIPA, The Other One [made with Citra and Mosaic, 7.9%], plus Early Riser IPA, First Harvest [pale ale], and Libby [blonde ale with Cashmere].

At Long Live Beerworks [Wednesday-Friday  4-9 pm, Saturday 1-8]: ’Nuff Said IPA, Lil’ Sippy [dry-hopped session ale], and Black Cat [pale ale]. Plus on Firkin Friday [3.25]: The Night Man [American brown ale cask-conditioned with toasted almonds and cacao nibs].

At Bucket Brewery [Friday 1-7:30 pm, Saturday 11 am-5 pm]: the new Prudence & Patience Rosehip Gose, plus Black Goat o’ the Woods [spiced milk stout], 33rd Inning Red Rye Lager, Pawtucket Pail Ale, and Park Loop Porter — plus “our sixth tap will have one of the following at any given time: It Came To Me In A Dreamsicle [orange Creamsicle ale], Park Loop Porter: Vanilla!, and Hard Root Beer.” And Bucket is still raising funds for Save The Bay: donate $1 [or more, hint-hint] and get a free pint!

At Whaler’s [Thursday + Friday 4-8 pm, Saturday 1-7, Sunday 1-5]: East Coast IPA, Oak Porter, Golden Ale, Megazord [dry-hopped brown ale], and Hazelnut Stout.

[Updated on 3.25 @ 9:31 AM] At Crooked Current: “The chocolate tap takeover returns. If you missed the chocolate cherry, chocolate orange, & chocolate habanero stouts!”

At Ravenous [Saturday 1-4 pm]: Bienvenu [Frenzh Quarter Red], Sarah Session IPA, Chocolate Milk Stout, and Coffee Milk Stout.

Seek and find for theeself re: Revival.

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