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Weekly Beer Releases for October 13th to 19th

October 14, 2019

By October Staff, October 14, 2019

  • 10/14
    Saint Archer's Tusk and Grain Barrel Aged Quad
    Southwest

    A classic dark, Belgian-style beer gets a New World touch thanks to a stay in Kentucky bourbon barrels. The result combines notes of toffee, vanilla and oak from the barrels with cacao nibs, mulato chilies and cinnamon.

  • 10/15
    North Coast's Cranberry-Quince Berliner Weisse
    Northwest

    This Berliner weisse gets its sweet-tart kick from the juice from Oregon cranberries and a honeyed touch of quince.

  • 10/15
    21st Amendmend's Monk's Blood
    Northwest

    Brewed in honor of the Trappist monks who pioneered this style, this is a classic Belgian dark ale.

  • 10/15
    Maine Beer Company's Red Wheelbarrow
    Northeast

    This red ale with notes of pine, citrus and dark fruit blends some bitterness with a malty, sweet backbone.

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  • 10/16
    Victory's Winter Cheers
    Northeast

    Unfiltered and packed with wheat and oats, this robust-bodied hefeweizen gets a flavorful boost from American Citra hops.

  • 10/17
    Harpoon's Spruce Tip Ale
    Northeast

    Teetering somewhere between an American pale ale and a hoppy amber, this beer features an array of citrus-and-pine forward hop varieties, dark and crystal malts, and whole spruce tips.

  • 10/17
    Troegs' Trail Day
    Northeast

    Citra and El Dorado dominate the flavor profile of this pale ale, part of the proceeds of which go to protect the Kittatinny Ridge, a 185-mile Appalachian superhighway that provides clean water, recreational trails and safe passage for migratory wildlife.

  • ZX Ventures, a division within AB InBev, is an investor in October
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