There are two reasons why a person might wear a top hat in the middle of summer. The first reason, perhaps he or she is partying with Bombastic Brewing at Peaks & Pints during Tacoma Beer Week! That ought to do for now. The Peaks and Pints Bombastic Top Hat Party will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12. In 2016, Phil Hottenstein, a railroad engineer, and Russell Mann, former owner of the Enoteca wine and beer shop in Post Falls, Idaho, and Matt Skillicorn, a mechanical engineer and homebrewer opened Bombastic Brewing after Mann sold the store. The brewery began on a half-barrel (15-gallon) pilot brewing system at the Panhandle Area Business Council incubator near the Hayden, Idaho airport. The brewery is known for its adventuresome and nontraditional craft brews — plus a top hat gentleman on their logo. Join us tonight, as well as enjoy an all-day, to-go flight of big Bombastic beers that we call Peaks and Pints Pilot Program: Big Bombastic Beer Flight.
Peaks and Pints Pilot Program: Big Bombastic Beer Flight
Bombastic Attempted Murder Batch 3
Based on Bombastic Murder imperial stout, this pitch-black variant is brewed with real vanilla and cinnamon for layers and layers of decadent, chocolate cinnamon-vanilla gelato-like flavor.
Bombastic Pandemonium imperial stout is brewed with peanut butter, marshmallow, and vanilla to simulate fluffernutter flavors, but expect more fluff than nutter.
Bombastic 5th Anniversary
Bombastic’s 5th Anniversary beer is an imperial stout aged in Martinique Rhum, Nevada Bourbon, and Kentucky Bourbon barrels for more than a year, then blended for a Russian imperial stout meets Belgian quad meets deliciousness.
Bombastic Big Dumb Beer
Bombastic Big Dumb Beer imperial stout is brewed with roasted wheat and flaked oats for a full body and chocolate rye to give bold chocolate notes with minimal bitterness.