Founded in 1989, Boulevard Brewing Company has grown to become the largest specialty brewer in the Midwest. Located in Kansas City, MO
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Commercial Description:  WOOD-AGED SOUR ALE Changeling is an enchanting blend of dark sour ales aged in whiskey and wine barrels that were inoculated with Brettanomyces and lactobacillus. It pours a deep ruby color with touches of gold at the edges of the glass. Leading with plum and toasty malt, the flavor transmutes into a soft tartness, with notes of earthy,...

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COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION:Funky Pumpkin is our unique spin on a pumpkin beer. Spiced with nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice and ginger, the final beer is a blend of brewhouse soured beer and beer aged in a stainless steel tank with brettanomyces. Tart and slightly earthy, Funky Pumpkin features a subtle toffee/caramel malt character that allows pumpkin pie spices to shine. 

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Rated 94 on RateBeer.com.  

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Rated 98 on Ratebeer. 4.2 Untappd! Commercial Description:  Tawny rye ale is aged in first-use rye whiskey barrels then transferred to yet another set of first-use rye whiskey barrels for a second aging, effectively resulting in "Rye on Rye on Rye."

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Commercial Description:  Based loosely on Snow & Tell and inspired by our love of Rye on Rye, Scotch On Scotch, a new Smokestack Series Limited Release beer. Oak aged imperial scotch ale.

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Commercial Description:  Originally brewed as a collaboration between Boulevard’s Brewmaster Steven Pauwels and Side Project Brewing owner/ brewer Cory King, Show Me Sour was inspired by their mutual admiration for low ABV, Belgian table beers. A touch of acidity, some dehusked black malts for a rich, dark color, plus a short time in whiskey barrels before being blended back with...

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Rated 99 on RateBeer.com   Most breweries have at least one piece of equipment that's just a bit persnickity. Here at Boulevard it's fermenter number seven, the black sheep of our cellar family. Ironically, when our brewers were developing variations on a traditional Belgian-style farmhouse ale, the perfect combination of elements came together in that very vessel. You could call...