10 Barrel’s most awarded beer recipe, based on an American Stout, has been reincarnated to benefit Protect Our Winters this season. PRAY FOR POW officially launches October 1, 2021, and is the fifth beer added to the #drinkitforward series.
This is not your ordinary American Stout. In fact, this recipe has taken home 4 Golds, 3 Silvers, and 4 Bronze medals throughout the years. This storm-inspired recipe hits you with dark chocolate, coffee, citrus, and berry notes to make some deep turns on your palate – the perfect big warmer after a day waist-deep in pow. Enjoy this same award-winning beer with a fresh new look.
This award winning stout warms its drinker with notes of dark chocolate, coffee, citrus and berry and will be 10 Barrel’s only dark beer in cans for 2021. At 7% ABV 60 IBUs it’s a serious beverage.
A portion of every PRAY FOR POW sale benefits—you guessed it—Protect Our Winters and will be on shelves in most 10 Barrel retailers over the following week. Not only is this another great cause to support and one that intimately impacts the passionate snow folks at 10 Barrel, it is also an incredible beer. Pray For POW (PFP) is a new name and first change in 10 Barrel’s winter seasonal in over ten years. PFP replaces the classic ‘Pray for Snow’ winter ale. The new beer is based on an American Stout recipe created by brewer Shawn Kelso and is one of 10 Barrels’ most award-winning beers. This recipe has won over ten medals in judged competition, including multiple medals at the World Beer Cup and Great American Beer Festival.
This year the parties are back, and you’ll find folks summoning Ullr or Khione and drinking ‘Find Pray for POW’ from the tap at 10 Barrel’s Pubs this fall; Boise kicks off the Pray For Snow Parties on October 30th, Bend gets down on November 13th, and Denver brings it home on December 4th.
10 Barrel Brewing Company is a craft brewer based in Bend, Oregon, featuring innovative beers brewed locally at each of its five brewpub locations in Oregon, California, Idaho, and Colorado. 10 Barrel has one simple mindset: brew beer, drink beer, and have fun doing it.