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75 Minute IPA

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A new IPA brewed adding a hop addition every minute of the entire boil, for 75 minutes. Then dry hopped twice just to bring out some nice aroma and flavor on the front end.
ABV 5.25, I.B.U. 75

Boscos Table Ale

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Our Boscos Table Ale (or small ale) is a very light, clean, and crisp beer; dry hopped with Centennial hops for a little bit of flavor and aroma. Although lighter in gravity, the Boscos Table Ale does not sacrifice on flavor!

ABV 3.2, IBU 15

Boscos Rye Pale Ale

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Our brewer put a few of his favorite seasonal beers together to make this delicious ale. Brewed using 2 Row as our base malt and a very generous amount of Rye malt for the bill. We then added Citra for the knockout hop addition and a blend of Citra and Idaho 7 for the dry hopping. ABV 5.00, IBU 42

Boscos Oktoberfest

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Oktoberfest is a traditional-style German lager brewed for the fall harvest celebrations in Munich and other parts of Germany. Germans generally celebrate Oktoberfest in September, starting on the third Saturday of the month. Boscos’ Oktoberfest is a crisp, smooth, malty, dark golden ale, aged over the summer.

ABV 7.50, IBU 28

It's 901 Somewhere

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It's 901 Somewhere is a collaboration between Boscos and Beale Street Brewing for Memphis 2nd Virtual Beer Festival. This is a super limited release from our company so be sure to enjoy this delicious India Pale Ale before it’s gone. Brewed with Sticky Fingers Hop Blend, Calista Hops, Citra and Idaho 7 were all put with love and care into this quaffable, dank and aromatic beer. We hope you enjoy it as much as our brewer did during the collaboration process. ABV 6.00


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A taste of fresh local hops in a sessionable ale. Our TIGUrS SMaSH is a wet-hopped ale with hand-picked, Cascade hops from the TIGUrS Urban Garden, combined with a Single Malted barley. The fresh hops deliver a uniquely citrus-like quality with a slight grapefruit flavor and aroma. ABV 6, IBU 17

Boscos Light

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Difficult to brew because of its simplicity, our Boscos Light is a solidly balanced ale that finishes clean with a hint of hops. And with just 90.1 calories, it’s the perfect beer to pair with our Memphis summers!

ABV 3.5 , IBU. 11

Boscos 850 Double IPA

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Boscos 850 Double IPA!  Dry hopped with copious amounts of Citra and Mosaic hops, this beer emits floral and citrus aromas and flavors.  In addition, we added 8 pounds of Citra and Mosaic during the boil to balance out the malt sweetness.  Brewed to commemorate our head brewer’s 850th batch of beer at Boscos. ABV 8.0, IBU 88

Dullahan’s Red Craic

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Characterized by its medium body and low hop profile, Dullahan’s Red Craic provides an easily-drinkable pint with subtle flavors of caramel and roasted barley. Sláinte!

ABV 6.0, IBU 20

Monkey Fist IPA

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Boscos Monkey Fist is a West Coast IPA featuring a bold hop bitterness that packs a punch. Its unique fruity profile and malty body provide a balance that will make you go bananas.

ABV 6.2, IBU 85

Hopfenreich Stein

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Hopfenreich Stein Hoppy Stone. We took our World Famous Flaming Stone and hopped it like a West Coast IPA. We used, Colombus, Centennial, Cascade, and Citra lastly for the dry hopping process to make a truly unique beer. Flaming Stone drinkers don’t worry, we still added the Pink Granite rocks during the boil to caramelize the wort making it a smooth, easy drinking beer to imbibe on a hot Memphis day. Cheers! ABV 5.55, IBU 65

Boscos Hefeweizen

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Boscos Award-Winning Hefeweizen is an unfiltered German style wheat beer, fermented with unique yeast giving the beer a banana and clove-like character - crisp and refreshing!

ABV 4.46, I.B.U. 10

2012 Gold Medal World Beer Cup®
2011 Gold Medal GABF®
2007 Gold Medal GABF®
2006 Silver Medal GABF®
2005 Gold Medal GABF®

Ray’s Honey Rye

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A unique beer brewed with rye malt and honey, the character of this golden, lightly hopped beer is amazingly dry. There is honey flavor, but not honey sweetness. The recipe was developed with Ray Daniels, the 1998 North American Guild of Beer Writers, Beer Writer of the Year.

ABV 4.25, IBU 13

Boscos West Coast IPA

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Who remembers West Coast IPAs? They were bitter, dank, and juicy. Well, we brewed a West Coast IPA right here, and we Doubly Dry Hopped it with Citra, Centennial and Cascade for a very juicy and dank finish. At 4.45% abv it’s very easy to have one or two.

Boscos 66 IPA

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See what we did there? We added 6 pounds of Citra and 6 pounds of Cascade in the dry hop to help smooth out the bitterness. Brewed with Pale Malt and Caramel 20 for color. This beer is quite drinkable for any IPA fan out there!

Boscos Dry Stout

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A black beer, with a dry-roasted character thanks to the use of roasted barley. The coffee-like roasted barley and a moderate degree of roasted malt aromas define the character. Hop bitterness is medium to medium high. Boscos Dry Stout is smooth and easy to drink. Cheers!

ABV 6.04, IBU 31

Boscos Kung Fu

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This strong amber ale was brewed using Extra Special Roast malt and has quite the kick to it. See what we did there?

ABV 7.35, I.B.U. 45

Everybody was kung-fu fighting
Those kicks were fast as lightning
In fact it was a little bit frightening
But they fought with expert timing
- Carl Douglas

Boscos Steinweizen

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We took our Famous Flaming Stone recipe and substituted the majority of our usual two-row with malted wheat.  We then used Northern Brewer and Strisselspalt hops to create an interesting light beer for this time of the year. 

ABV 5.50, I.B.U. 18

Boscos Baltic Porter

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

Boscos C Cubed

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C-Cubed gets its name from the three hops that comprise it: Columbus, Centennial, and Citra. We used Caramel 20 malt for color and dry-hopped with Citra for flavor and aroma to create this staple IPA.

ABV 6.40, IBU 62

Boscos Oatmeal Stout

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We all know how beer is good for you, but our Oatmeal Stout takes it to another level! The oatmeal also adds a smooth, rich texture to this full bodied stout.

ABV 6.60, IBU 34

Boscos Olde Fool

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Old Ales are strong English Ales characterized by a full malty body and an intense alcoholic character. Often there is a fruity character developed by the yeast. Boscos Olde Fool has the added complexity of noticeable hops. ABV 7.50, I.B.U. 42

Boscos Sticke Alt

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Several times a year, the alt beer brewers in Dusseldorf brew a “sticke”, or “secret” beer. These stickes are super-premium versions of their normally offered alt beers. Fuller in body with a stronger hop character, these beers are not advertised except to regular customers.

ABV 7.10, IBU 40

Boscos HAZE 3000

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Lots of flavor and hop aroma, and hardly any perceived bitterness. We used Mosaic, Idaho 7, and Citra for a glorious smelling dry hop.  This beer is brewed for floccbois and haze fans to imbibe. Tropical fruit on the nose with dank resinous hop flavor throughout.

Boscos Summer IPA

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Our Summer IPA showcases a boatload of flaked oats and the finest hops. Some may say this beer is oatrageous, and that’s oatstanding to us brewers. 

Boscos Imperial Stone

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Enjoy Flaming Stone? If you do, we are sure you’ll enjoy our Imperial Stone. We took most of our malt beer for two batches of Flaming Stone and combined them into one for a single, stronger batch of Stone. Don’t worry, we still added the Pink Granite rocks to caramelize the wort.

Boscos Big Spain

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This delicious pale ale is dry hopped with Idaho 7, Citra, and Mosaic hops for a pungent, citrus hop aroma and flavor.  We brewed this beer to commemorate the Grizzlies former all-star center Marc Gasol and his brother, Pau.  We hope you enjoy drinking it as much as we’ve enjoyed watching them play for our team over the years.  Cheers!

Boscos Perfect Pair Pale

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We are gathered here today to drink the union of two remarkable hops, Citra and Mosaic.  It’s no secret these two make a perfect pair. We hope you enjoy our double dry-hopped IPA as much as we do.  Drink on HopHeads!

Boscos Dave’s Crazy Hazy IPA

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Behold, Boscos first attempt at a true New England IPA.  This dankalicious juicebomb gets its haze from a special yeast strain and an absurd amount of whirlpool and dry hop additions.  Citra, Mosaic, and Motueka are the hops that give this beer it’s intense tropical hop aroma and flavor. We added White Wheat malt and flaked oats to increase turbidity and give this beer an impeccable mouthfeel. 

Boscos Schwarzbier

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A classic German beer. We took our immaculate Memphis water and created our take on this style. Schwarzbiers have a lighter body, moderate dryness and a lack of a burnt or harsh finish. This makes this beer quite quaffable. Prost as they say in Germany!

Boscos M&M Tropical Pale Ale

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Motueka is a New Zealand hop variety that we recently got out hands on. Motueka possesses notes of lemon and lime perfect for the upcoming heat. We chose to pair Motueka with Mosaic another wonderful hop variety for dry hopping. This fantastic beer was dry hopped twice with Motueka and Mosaic to give this summer seasonal a nice quaffable aroma and subtle hop bitterness. At 16 IBU’s this beer should be drinkable for everyone. Cheers to new beers!

Boscos Mosaic IPA

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Brewed using Mosaic hops, this beer is very low in bitterness, but has a big, bold finish. A smooth, creamy mouthfeel gives way to the symphony of Mosaic hops dancing around on your palate.

Boscos Winter Pale Ale

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When winter is upon us and we often 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!

Boscos 600 Double IPA

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Behold, Boscos first Double IPA!  Dry hopped with copious amounts of Citra and Mosaic hops, this beer emits floral and citrus aromas and flavors.  In addition, we added 8 pounds of Citra and Mosaic during the boil to balance out the malt sweetness.  Brewed to commemorate our head brewer’s 600th batch of beer at Boscos.

Boscos Hop God

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A west coast IPA, featuring bold hop bitterness with a hint of pine and easy drinkability. A lovely American IPA everyone should try!

Boscos Wee Heavy

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Boscos Wee Heavy is a Scotch Ale, a stronger, more-malted, and fuller-bodied version of our Scottish Ale. Enjoy! ABV 8.55, IBU 33

Boscos Tennessee Cream Ale

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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 4.20, I.B.U. 15


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