Bent Brewstillery remains one of the most unusual breweries in the state, and not just because it makes gin, rum, whiskey, and beer. One of the brewstillery’s most notable creations is Dark Fatha, a bold emperial stout with layers of goodness hidden beneath that gloomy exterior. This year’s release comes on Halloween, which means the beer will be paired with a costume contest. Wednesday also marks the debut of Dark Fatha Brewer’s Reserve, aged in whiskey barrels and kicked up a notch with toasted coconut and roasted chili peppers. Even non-beer fans should find something to enjoy this evening, as Bent will also be serving cocktails for one night only.