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Weekly Beer Releases for August 18th to 24th

August 19, 2019

By October Staff, August 19, 2019

  • 8/19
    Wicked Weed's Coastal Love

    A portion of the proceeds from this hazy IPA go to hurricane relief efforts in the Southeast.

  • 8/19
    BrewDog's Cybernaut
    US & UK

    This 4.5% ABV New England session IPA combines juicy fruit flavors with a restrained hoppy bitterness.

  • 8/20
    Yuengling's Oktoberfest

    Copper in color, this medium-bodied beer has a balanced blend of roasted malts with just the right amount of hops to capture a true representation of the classic Oktoberfest style.

  • 8/21
    Flying Dog's Salty Bitch

    This crisp, sessionable American tart ale is brewed with a hint of mandarin orange.

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  • 8/21
    Off Color's Wari

    Brewed in collaboration with the Field Museum, this chicha-inspired ale draws on findings from an archeological excavation of a 1,000-year-old brewery from an ancient Andean civilization.

  • 8/21
    Oskar Blues' Can-O-Bliss Citrus IPA

    Motueka, Amarillo, Mandarina Bavaria, Citra, Azacca and Experimental Hop 06277 join forces for a juicy IPA with an array of citrus notes including kaffir lime, bergamot and yuzu along with the more traditional grapefruit and orange.

  • 8/22
    Troegs' Golden Thing

    Dry-hopping with Lemondrop and Centennial leads to notes of fresh lemonade, pine and citrus in this double IPA.

  • 8/23
    Avery's Stampede

    This crisp golden lager was created to be the official beer of the University of Colorado Athletics.

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