Seven months of aging with pinot noir grapes resulted in a tart, funky saison full of robust grape skin notes and complex earthy flavors.
Hibiscus lends a natural tartness and a subtle pink hue to this highly drinkable golden ale.
This slightly hazy IPA has notes of ripe grapefruit, pear and a hint of melon.
Ten different kinds of hops grown on Rogue's farm in Independence, Oregon, lend incredible depth and complexity to this IPA.
Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.
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This sour red ale is aged on raspberries, blueberries, cherries and strawberries, which make for a beer loaded with tart, juicy berry flavor with hints of vanilla and bread crust.
Aged on plums in red wine barrels for over 15 months, this Belgian-style sour boasts notes of luscious stone fruit and has a tart, dry finish with a whiff of French oak.
Montmorency tart cherries from Michigan are what set this Belgian-inspired wheat ale apart.
Coming in at 5% ABV, this crushable ale is loosely inspired by an Aperol spritz and has an aromatic flavor profile courtesy of botanicals like gentian root, cinchona bark and hibiscus flowers.