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Weekly Beer Releases for July 7th to 13th

July 08, 2019

By October Staff, July 08, 2019

  • 7/8
    Rogue's Marionberry

    Oregon is the birthplace of the marionberry, so this fruited sour is a fitting tribute to the tart side of these juicy berries.

  • 7/8
    Sweetwater's Tackle Box Summer Variety Pack

    A portion of the proceeds from this crushable six-pack go towards #SaveOurWater.

  • 7/8
    Stone's Notorious P.O.G.

    Originally brewed in collaboration with actor and comedian Jonah Ray, his cult favorite Berliner weisse has a tropical trifecta of passion fruit, orange and guava juice.

  • 7/8
    Brewdog's East Coast Crush
    UK & US

    This New England IPA pours a hazy yellow and is filled with tropical fruit aromas. Smooth, ligh and sessionable, it's high on hops and low on bitterness.

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  • 7/10
    Burial's The Endless Suffer

    After many weeks of conditioning to perfection, this pils is double dry-hopped with Alvarado's hand-selected New Zealand-grown Motueka and French-grown Aramis hops.

  • 7/12
    Brewery Ommegang's Saisonztraminer

    This starts out as a delicate farmhouse saison before the wort is gewürztraminer grape juice and then co-fermented using the brewery’s Belgian house yeast. The result is a beer with all the peppery phenols and effervescence of a traditional saison, but with flavors of rose petals, lychee fruit and honeysuckle.

  • 7/9
    Half Acre's Vallejo

    Notes of guava, white grape, green mango dominate this balanced West Coast IPA.

  • 7/9
    Hi-Wire's Hi-Pitch Mosaic IPA

    This 6.7% ABV IPA showcases the tropical fruit, citrus and melon notes of Mosaic and Centennial hops.

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