This is the “Queen of Hearts”. Named after a bad ass mission that Green Berets went on. They raided a compound and killed two evil sons of bitches named Uday and Kusay Hussein. The vicious and murderous rapist sons of Sadam. Literally our big homies were on that mission. And they did DAMAGE! ‘Queen of Hearts’ ... So this is a cheers to that mission and knowing that women just like beer tug at our heart strings. And it’s one hell of a ride that can start a war. BOILOVER! That shit happens all the time. It’s even worse when the contents get fried on the side. Hahaha, brewers know what we’re talking about. All-grain stylistics. Create your color and mouthfeel. The beautiful mine. Currently we’re searching out different styles of grain bills. Grains are broken up into several categories: Base malts for platform and sugar content. Crystal malts for nutty, toffee, caramel hints, and mouthfeel. Toasted malts for your color and coffee notes. Specialty grains for stuff like Scotch ales or smoked out beers. Flaked grains used to adjunct with your base malts. Our 18Zulu program we’re getting after it with some WestCoast IPA’s. We figured why not represent with hopes of mastering! Gearing up for a heavy brew day this weekend. New artwork in the pipeline. #creativelifehappylife#craftbeer#hops#bourbon#greenberet#beergeeks#beerlovers#beerme#goodtimes#creative#brewery#cali#brewing#beerLA#getafterit#beerporn#deoppressoliber#losangeles#hiphop#hiphopbeergeeks#chefporn#beer#homebrewing#homebrew#wildout#PaleAle#dohomebrew
The original company called The Empire Brewery was founded by Jacob Best. His son Phillip ended up taking over in 1860 and owned 50% of the company which was now named Phillips Best. In 1863 Phillips son in law Fredrick Pabst, a steamship captain ended up buying over 50% of the company. By 1889 the company took on the name of has today. Today they are owned by a Blue Ribbon intermediate Holdings, no longer family owned. These two stocks have the signatures of there current presidents at the time, one being Fredrick Pabst in 1873.
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