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Boneyard's Suge Knite

The latest addition to Boneyard's growing family of beers - a 14-percent imperial stout, dubbed Suge Knite, and pronounced just like the infamous gangsta rap producer - is the Evander Holyfield of ales: a serious heavyweight.

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The latest addition to Boneyard's growing family of beers - a 14-percent imperial stout, dubbed Suge Knite, and pronounced just like the infamous gangsta rap producer - is the Evander Holyfield of ales: a serious heavyweight. Inspired by another oversize stout, the Dark Lord, from Indiana's 3 Floyds brewery, with whom Boneyard Brewmaster Tony Lawrence previously collaborated on Boneyard's Cascadian ale, Armored Fist. Suge Knight is a massive beer that Lawrence said took some real coaxing throughout the brewing process. The result is a near masterpiece that is proving popular with people who might not usually reach for a Russian stout at the end of their shift. Stay stout, Bend.


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