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Weekly Beer Releases for January 6th to 12th

January 06, 2019

By October Staff, January 06, 2019

  • 1/7
    Sierra Nevada's Brut IPA

    Late hop additions give this bone-dry beer a balanced bitterness and a bright pop of citrus flavor.

  • 1/8
    Bell's Hopslam

    Brewing this double IPA starts with six different hop varietals added to the kettle and culminates with a massive dry-hop addition of Simcoe hops. A generous malt bill and a solid dollop of honey provide just enough body to keep the balance in check.

  • 1/8
    Great Lakes' Conway's Irish Ale

    Arrestingly smooth with notes of caramel malt and toasted biscuit, this full-bodied Irish ale is a subtle update on the classic style.

  • 1/8
    Kona Brewing's Koko Brown

    This brown ale has a nutty toffee flavor with a hint of roasted malt. Brewed with real toasted coconut, it brings a hint of the tropics to the dead of winter.

  • Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.

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  • 1/10
    Stone's Tropic of Thunder

    The combination of Citra, Mosaic and Cashmere hops add juicy tropical aromas to this smooth lager.

  • 1/12
    Blue Point's The IPA

    As its rather bold name implies, The IPA attempts to distill many of the quintessential traits of different styles for an iconic, hop-heavy beer.

  • 1/12
    Wiseacre Brewing Company's Gerty IPA

    This citrusy IPA features a delicately nuanced blend of Amarillo, Simcoe, Ahtanum, Chinook and Centennial hops.

  • 1/12
    Wiseacre Brewing Company's Snowbear

    Designed to be an ideal winter sipper, this potent barleywine uses Chinook hops for an aromatic touch.

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