Bryan Baird’s Newsletter (2012/11/28): Seasonal Release: Bakayaro! Ale


Baird Beer & Taproom Events Bulletin

Seasonal Release: Bakayaro! Ale

Dear Taproom Friend & Baird Beer Enthusiast:

The end of 2012 is in sight; the bonenkai-Christmas-shogatsu holiday season is upon us. For all of us beer enthusiasts, there is much to celebrate — it simply is a wonderful time in the world to be a lover of flavorful beer. Yet much else in the world is not glorious nor celebratory. In fact, no one could be blamed for feeling a good deal of angst with the state of the world. Fortunately, however, in this blossoming time of beer diversity and flavor, there exist ale and lager antidotes to these feelings of frustration. We are pleased to release today a Baird version of one such brew: Bakayaro! Ale.

New Baird Beer Seasonal Releases:
*Bakayaro! Ale 2012 (ABV 8.5%):

This insolent, snotty and mean-spirited brew is pungently hoppy and wickedly strong. High in malt gravity (18.0 Plato), bitter in hoppiness (90 IBU), aggressive in aroma (double dry-hopping with five varieties: Nugget, Summit, Nelson Sauvin, NZ Cascade, Cascade), Bakayaro! Ale just doesn’t give a rat’s ass. We invite you to come in, have a pint and let those around know exactly how you feel.

Bakayaro! Ale 2012 is available both on draught and in bottles (360 ml), which can be purchased direct from the brewery E-Shop or through one of the fine Baird Beer retailing liquor shops in Japan.


Bryan Baird

Baird Brewing Company
Numazu, Japan


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