About the Beer-
Bone Music Russian Imperial Stout weighs in at 11.1% ABV and is aged on vanilla beans in Woodford Reserve Bourbon Barrels. As a result, this stout delivers distinguished barrel character with overtones of bourbon and oak as well as undertones of vanilla, chocolate, and toffee sweetness.
About the Name-
Mostly made through the 1950s and 1960s, ribs or “bone music” were a black market method of smuggling in and distributing prohibited music banned from broadcast in the Soviet Union, such as Elvis, the Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. Real medical X-rays, purchased or picked up from the trash from hospitals, were used to create the recordings and were sold on the black market to keep western music alive. If that isn’t a “Make Your Run” story then, we don’t know what is!