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Weekly Beer Releases for September 29th to October 5th

September 29, 2019

By October Staff, September 29, 2019

  • 10/1
    Allagash's Bean and Barrel
    Northeast

    This Belgian-style Tripel is brewed with sun-dried Ethiopian coffee beans, then aged in bourbon barrels for two months. The finished beer features rich notes of caramel, bourbon and coffee.

  • 9/30
    Half Acre's Original Reaper
    Midwest

    This is a straightforward, classic stout with notes of coffee and caramel.

  • 9/30
    Anderson Valley's Black Rice Ale
    Northwest

    A touch of chocolate malt and antioxidant-rich black rice adds complexity to this slightly hoppy, dark mahogany nut brown ale.

  • 9/30
    Schlafly's S'Mores Stout
    Midwest

    The campfire classic trio of graham crackers, toasty marshmallows, and chocolate enlivens this stout.

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  • 10/3
    Hi-Wire's Strongman
    Southeast

    Packed with locally roasted and cold-extracted coffee, this coffee milk stout is creamy and sweet.

  • 10/3
    Deschutes Chasin' Freshies
    Northwest

    Simcoe hops provide tropical flavors of candied orange and pine in this bright, clean and crisp IPA.

  • 10/3
    Great Divide's Mexican Chocolate Yeti
    Northwest

    Vanilla, coffee, and a variety of spices in this imperial stout reference the chocolate drinks once consumed by the ancient Mayans and Aztecs.

  • 10/4
    Evil Twin Collab with Poppels Swedish Fika Cinnamon Bun
    International

    Inspired by the buttery pastries found through Stockholm's bakeries, this flavored imperial stout incorporates notes of coffee and cinnamon.

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