Our favorite time of year is here! Fresh hop season is upon us, and appropriately our neighbors at Locavore Beer Works have brought us our first wet hop IPA of the year. Oncorhynchus T., named for the Chinook salmon, is much easier to enjoy than it is to pronounce. Made with only Colorado-sourced malt and Western slope Chinook hops fresh from the field, this beautifully resinous IPA is dripping with local flavor. Be a Locavore with us. ... See more
Paul is back and still lookin’ handsome! One of the nicest Vermont-style Pale Ales you’ll have the pleasure of passing through your lips. And our favorite kombucha/beer hybrid, Dyad, mixes it up with the addition of Li Hing Mui, a salted candied Chinese plum. Explosive fruit flavor, farmhouse funk, and a pleasant saltiness ride the wave of acidity for a (kaPOW!) kick in the mouth. New Image Brewing Company ... See more
Joseph James Brewing Co., Inc. Bat Chit Hazy. It’s a NEIPA at an accessible price and tasting crazy fruity. No guano used in this recipe (that we know of).
We’re calling it now – barrel aged lagers are your new favorite type of beer. Tivoli Brewing Co brings it in this category with She’s My Cherry Pi, this time in a mixed 6 pack including 3 variants. You get the original cherry pie-in-your-face lager, and two different barrel aged versions: Pinot Grigio with vanilla, and Brandy barrels with cacao nibs. Whoa. ... See more
Passion Fruit Guppy! Session IPA with passion fruit and honey, and Pipeworks Brewing Company is killing it with the can art as always.
Barrel aged… lagers? Yes! When you’re Jack's Abby Craft Lagers and you want to barrel age a beer, you do a lager because that’s all you do. We have a barrel aged lagered barleywine, the Sibling Maker, and Framinghammer, a BBA Baltic porter with vanilla. This is a one-time release, come check it out while they’re here. ... See more
New Belgium Brewing was kind enough to share with us their latest release from the brand new Wood Cellar Reserve series. Single Foeder Oscar no. 65 is a dark sour beer aged for 12 months on first-use Missouri white oak. You can bet the brewery that was largely responsible for popularizing sours in the US brought their A game on this one. The fresh oak brings a silky smooth expression of vanilla character to this beautiful reddish ale, balanced with the dark fruits, slight roast and tobacco flavors. Don’t miss this one, it is very limited. ... See more
Superior Lager! Just in time for football season.
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