As most of you know our local little brewery Saint Arnold's is not going to be so little for very long. If things go as planned this June they will be moving to downtown and to a much much larger facility. A recent article in the Houston Chronicle reported that Saint Arnold's owner
"hopes to grow to 100 fermenters and brew several other styles of beer using a barrel aging room in the basement."
Now this sounds extremely promising and could lead to some amazing things from Saint Arnold's. I love most of their beers, they have a very solid lineup of every day beers, and they've also expanded and made some exceptional specialty beers with their Divine Series. However they haven't done anything too uhm whats the word "out there" No sours, no oak aged beers (at least none for release), etc. Now I think that changes. There was a forum on Beer Advocate a few days ago asking what you want to see from SA. I want to ask you my readers the same question.
Here's my list:
1) Continue the solid regular six pack line up, do something like Boulevard does in having the regular six packs but making a series of beers in bombers.
2) I'd love to see some sours and oak aged beers, other high gravity beers.
So what do you folks want to see?