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.