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Boscos Famous Flaming Stone Beer
Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal Winner
North America's “Original Steinbier.” Brewed using a traditional German technique, stones heated in our wood fired ovens are lowered into the beer during the brewing process, giving the beer its unique caramel character. Awarded “Three Stars” by Michael Jackson, the world’s leading beer writer. Great with salads and lightly flavored dishes.
ABV 5.20, I.B.U. 16

Boscos Bombay IPA
4-Time Real Ale Festival Medal Winner
During the 1800's, when the sun never set on the British Empire, beer being shipped to the Far East always arrived spoiled. To correct this situation, British brewers added large quantities of hops to their pale ales. (Hops act as a natural preservative.) The result is an intensely hoppy amber beer. Delicious with seafood and all spicy flavorful foods.
ABV 6.30, I.B.U. 54

Midtown Brown
Great American Beer Festival Bronze Medal Winner
A classic English-style Nut Brown Ale. Sweet and malty with the nutty flavor of chocolate malt, this beer is flavorful yet easy to drink. Pairs well with many of our menu items. Excellent with all cheeses and foods with caramelized flavors.
ABV 5.78, I.B.U. 28

Isle of Skye Scottish Ale
2-Time Real Ale Festival Medal Winner
Our Scottish Ale combines the flavor of seven types of malt along with three varieties of hops to create a rich, full-bodied brew. A touch of vanilla brings all these flavors together. Try it with our Gorgonzola Pear Salad or our Pork Chop!
ABV 7.09, I.B.U. 30

Milk Stout
Milk stouts are black beers characterized by an intense roasted malt character and contain lactose, a sugar derived from milk. Because lactose cannot be fermented by beer yeast, it adds sweetness and body. If you are lactose intolerant this beer is not for you!
ABV 7.70, IBU 28

Tennessee Cream Ale
Cream Ales are lightly-hopped, golden ales with a crisp creamy body. Tennessee Cream Ale was the very first beer brewed at Boscos in 1992.
ABV 4.50, IBU 16

Baltic Porter
Malt flavors reminiscent of an English Brown Porter and the restrained roast of a Schwarzbier, but with an higher Original Gravity than either. A very complex beer with multi-layered flavors.
ABV 7.70, IBU 35

Winter Pale Ale
Winter is upon us and we decided to brew a new seasonal to represent fall ending and winter beginning in Memphis. We used CaraMunich 20 and Extra Special malt for a unique color. Brewed with Northern Brewer and East Kent Goldings round this beer out with very little perceived bitterness. Here’s to a new beer and a New Year. Cheers!
ABV 7.10, IBU 45

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