Bonding over a shared passion for brewing and all things intoxicating, Jameson has collaborated with Beavertown Brewery to release Ger'onimo, a limited edition barrel-aged imperial stout. Beavertown Brewery's founder, Logan Plant — son of Zeppelin's Robert Plant — was struck with inspiration for the stout after taking a tour of the Jameson factory and seeing the process behind distillation.
The 9% ABV stout is said to have notes of coffee, chocolate, molasses, and — naturally — notes of warm whiskey. Each beer sold out of the first case will be served with a free shot of Jameson whiskey. Fun fact: the stout's name comes from Jameson's fifth generation whiskey master, Ger Buckley. That's the sort of immortalization every whiskey master, and civilian alike, should aspire for.
If Jeremy Glass could have any drink named after him, it'd be a Zima redux called "Jer-nerally Disgusting"