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Weekly Beer Releases for November 4th to 9th

November 04, 2018

By October Staff, November 04, 2018

  • 11/5
    Three Floyds' Pillar of Beasts

    Aged in bourbon barrels for a full year, this salted caramel barleywine gets an extra aromatic kick from vanilla beans and cocoa nibs.

  • 11/5
    Boulevard's Plain Habit

    Born a double-mashed imperial brown ale, then matured for 18 months in freshly emptied 10-year-old Canadian rye whisky barrels, this sturdy ale features checkered notes of rich vanilla, charred oak, warming whisky and spicy rye.

  • 11/5
    North Coast's Cranberry-Quince Berliner Weisse

    Oregon cranberry juice puts a regional twist on the classic Berliner Weisse, while quince adds a festive note.

  • 11/5
    Wicked Weed's Astronomical IPA

    More than just another typical hazy IPA, this hop-heavy beer features big, juicy fruit flavors and aromas.

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

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  • 11/5
    Southern Tier's 2XMAS Ale

    This holiday addition to the 2X line combines traditional brewing ingredients with figs, orange peels, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and ginger. It's best served chilled in order to bring out all the aromatic notes.

  • 11/5
    Rogue's Counter Currant

    Inspired by the potent tart flavor and violet hue of black currants, this bright fruit ale pours deep purple in color and has a pleasant tanginess.

  • 11/8
    Highland's Cold Mountain

    A warming winter ale with notes of vanilla, hazelnut, dark fruit, and cinnamon for the festive season.

  • 11/9
    Hi-Wire Brewings Gimme the Brut

    A sparkling brut double IPA with 8% ABV that pushes the limits of how hoppy a beer can be. Super-spritzy with a champagne-like body, this experimental number has a hint of white grape and an extremely low bitterness.

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