Join us in celebrating the 103rd Anniversary of Rasputin’s death!
Rasputin was murdered during the early morning on 30 December 1916, at the home of Felix Yusupov. He
died of three gunshot wounds, one of which was a close-range shot to his forehead. Beyond this, little is certain
about his death, and the circumstances of his death have been the subject of considerable speculation, including
multiple poisonings and a Lazarus-like resurgence after the shooting.
Every year North Coast ages a special batch of our much-loved Russian Imperial Stout in Bourbon barrels. The depth, intensity,
and complexity of the flavor profile of this special release, like its predecessors, make it a worthy tribute to Old Rasputin. Prior to
2010, Barrel-Aged Old Rasputin was released in such limited quantities that it was available only at the North Coast Brewing
retail shop in Fort Bragg, California, but has been released in limited quantities since.
Available at 12 noon when open:
Rasputin XXII Rye (2019 Vintage) – Draft Pour
Rasputin XX Bourbon (2017 Vintage) – Draft Pour
Rasputin XVIII Rye (2015 Vintage) – Glass Pour from the Bottle
4 oz individual pour – $8.75 4 oz flight of all three – $24 Barrel-Aged Rasputin – Available To-Go by the Bottle Rasputin XX – 500ml bottle – $24