Loving Your Beer?

One of the most loved Thunderhawk beers is Torreyana. It is tasty and well-balanced, featuring an orange color that works quite well with Saison flavors. You would love it. Electric Youth, also called Pale Ale with coffee, is a refreshing drink you can indulge in with friends and family. Prince of Zamunda is the third beer on the Thunderhawk menu. It consists of chocolate stouts with vanilla beans and cocoa nibs. Another beer is the Mocha Zamunda, consisting of chocolate stouts and cocoa nibs together with Madagascar beans. The flavor will certainly blow your mind. Other beers on the menu include; liberty’s teeth, sun zener, west world, and over there.

Those are some of the beers you would find in Thunderhawk Alements. That people regularly visit this joint, bringing their friends and family, explains the high-quality beer it brews. Thunderhawk is the perfect place to spend a hot Saturday or Sunday afternoon with your friends. When looking for a new joint, it is always challenging to find a place where you can commit to being a regular. Some of the things that most people consider include excellent customer service, great beers, and wonderful music. Thunderhawk instantly wins your heart during your first visit, giving you the incentive to bring a couple of people from your inner circle along the next time.

Thunderhawk has had the fortune of collaborating with various like-minded organizations over the years. For example, Thunderhawk partnered with Taproom beer and Kalis to brew the outstanding “Black is Beautiful”, with the help of Weather Red Soul Brewers recipe to celebrate black excellence and fight against American police brutality. Police brutality is the reason why many Americans are on the streets protesting every day. Another collaboration Thunderhawk Alements did was with Protector Brewery to brew the Raspberry Himalayan Sea Salt Gose (an organic beer featuring a 9.2 percent a.b.v.).

Thunderhawk also had the pleasure to work with Lost Cause Meadery to design and brew a Mead for Weather Red Soul Brewing targeting the Black is Beautiful Initiative. This wonderful chance to work with such great ambitious people who have always fought to do the right thing was a stepping stone to the Thunderhawk family. The sales made from Mead would go towards helping unfortunate citizens who have wrongfully been convicted. Their work helped provide Justice for many people who would have never found it. Their zeal to fight for human rights was unmatched.

The Covid 19 pandemic hit Thunderhawk Alements hard just like any other business. This pandemic saw the closure of so many bars and restaurants among other businesses. Due to the government directive, many bars and breweries were forced to close due to lack of funds, and others were forced to cross over to selling canned beers and delivering them to customers. You would expect the sales to go down when a bar or a brewery doesn’t operate like it used to.

Following the pandemic, Co-Founder of Thunderhawk Alements Jonathan Barbarin took to social pages about the closure of the Alement. On Facebook, he did not attribute the closure to the pandemic, but rather a fall out in the ownership and partnership ranks. In the post that Jonathan posted, he said that life will not be all about roses. He expressed that due to a heated disagreement with his partner on how people present themselves and act, he decided to step down and leave the business under the management of his partner. Jonathan expressed his gratitude to the customers for the support they showed Thunderhawk over the years. They couldn’t have the success and popularity without their amazing customers visiting, buying beer, and bringing their friends and family members to experience greatness.