Bottle Pre-Sale:  Iñigo Montoya and Variant

SATURDAY 11/19 AND WEDNESDAY 11/23 

In celebration of our latest FoBAB Gold Medal, we are excited to announce the release details for 2016 Iñigo Montoya and Iñigo Montoya with Hazelnuts!

Pre-sale for both beers will take place at our brewery in Bedford Park during two sessions: Saturday 11/19 at 2pm and Wednesday 11/23 at 4pm.  Bottles are limited and we’ll do our best to spread these out as much as possible.  We are anticipating to offer 2 bottles of 2016 Iñigo Montoya and 2 bottles of 2016 Iñigo Montoya with Hazelnuts per person. However if turnout is larger than expected, this number might change.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.  Here’s the fine print:

•    You must be 21 or older and have a valid ID to make a purchase

•    ID information presented at purchase MUST match the ID presented at pick up

•    Purchases are non-refundable

•    Purchases are non-transferable

•    No Proxies

•    Bottles are 500ml, $20 each (Iñigo Montoya) and $23 each (Iñigo Montoya with Hazelnuts)

•    We will accept both cash and credit cards

•    Bottle pick up scheduled for the second week of December, exact dates TBA

•    You will have 1 week from the date of release to pick up your bottles

•    Bottles not picked up during this time will be forfeited

•    In person pick up, we cannot ship beer

•    Bottle sharing outside/inside the brewery is not allowed by the Village of Bedford Park

For those who missed out at FoBAB, a limited number of draft pours will be available during the Wednesday taproom pre-sale. Please send any questions to info@5rabbitbrewery.com

Iñigo Montoya is our Yodo con Leche Imperial Porter, carefully aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels.  A Costa Rican slang term for coffee, “Yodo” means something rich, dark and intense or it is directly translated to "iodine".  It’s a perfect name for this distinctive beer. We used organic coffee beans courtesy of producer Alberto Delgado. He owns and manages Finca Los Cipreses, a three hectare farm in the La Joya district of Tarrazú, Costa Rica. We had them custom roasted by Chicago's Gaslight Coffee Roasters for the freshest, smoothest flavor.  Add to this Argentine dulce de leche (milk caramel), three caramel malts, three dark malts including chocolate rye, and finally oatmeal, to create several layers of creamy chocolatey goodness.  During it’s debut, Iñigo Montoya won a Silver medal at the 2014 Festival of Wood and Barrel-Aged Beer in the Classic Porter/Stout category.  This year’s variant was dressed up in hazelnuts and won a Gold medal at the 2016 Festival of Wood and Barrel-Aged Beer in the Specialty Strong Porter/Stout category.