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Weekly Beer Releases for June 30th to July 6th

July 01, 2019

By October Staff, July 01, 2019

  • 7/1
    Devils Backbone's Pear Lager

    This not-too-sweet fruited lager is crisp and refreshing.

  • 7/1
    Burial's The Things We Conjure

    This double dry-hopped 7.2% ABV IPA gets its tropical notes from a combination of Galaxy, Vic Secret, Nugget and Ekuanot Cryo hops.

  • 7/1
    Brewery Ommegang's Hopstate IPA

    The Cascade, Chinook, Michigan Copper and Triple Pearl hops in this 7.4% ABV IPA are all grown in the state of New York. Bright citrus notes dominate the aroma along with vibrant floral hop character.

  • 7/3
    Rogue's Combat Wombat

    This unconventional hybrid marries a hazy IPA with a sour ale brewed with grapefruit and blood orange, then dry-hopped with Australian hops.

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  • 7/3
    Deschutes' Black Butte XXXI

    This bourbon barrel-aged imperial porter brewed with chocolate, cold brew coffee and cardamom commemorates the brewery's 31st anniversary.

  • 7/3
    Golden Road's Pineapple Palisades

    Tons of pineapple and apricots enhance this refreshing American wheat ale.

  • 7/4
    Breckenridge's Strawberry Sky

    This strawberry-forward kölsch is perfect for ringing in the Fourth of July.

  • 7/6
    Dogfish Head's First and Farmhouse

    Pilsner malt, malted spelt, flaked oats and flaked triticale, plus Jarrylo and Calypso hops, enhance this wild ale aged in chardonnay barrels. The result is golden in color, with a Champagne-like carbonation and notes of tangerine and tropical fruit.

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