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Weekly Beer Releases for December 16th to 22nd

December 16, 2018

By October Staff, December 16, 2018

  • 12/16
    Sierra Nevada's Resilience Butte County Proud IPA
    National

    Introduced by Sierra Nevada and brewed by more than 1,000 breweries around the nation, this IPA is raising funds to benefit those impacted by Camp Fire.

  • 12/17
    Roadhouse Brewing Co.'s Loose Boots Apres IPA
    Northwest

    Low on alcohol with a big, hoppy bunch and a crisp, malty backbone, this session IPA was created with aprés ski culture in mind.

  • 12/18
    3 Floyds' Blot Out the Sun
    Midwest

    A midnight-black imperial stout with 10.4% ABV, this is a bold, complex beer with smoky, roasted notes of malt, molasses and bittersweet chocolate.

  • 12/18
    Karbach Brewing Co.'s Daymaker
    Southwest

    A sparkling brut rosé IPA ideally suited to the end-of-the-year festivities, this makes for a crisp, refreshing hit of bubbles.

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

    All thanks to our releases expert Tucker Anders and Remo Remoquillo, creator of the header image.

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  • 12/18
    Cigar City's Minaret
    Southeast

    This malt-forward, easy-drinking English-style pub ale brings to mind the most quaffable beers of the UK.

  • 12/19
    New Belgium's Brut IPA
    Midwest

    With hints of tropical fruits and champagne, this effervescent brew is the perfect way to toast to the New Year.

  • 12/21
    Highland Brewing Co.'s Midnight Summit
    Southeast

    Trails of smooth creamy vanilla mingle with shades of chocolate and coffee in this expertly blended milk stout.

  • 12/21
    Oskar Blues' Santa's Beer Breath
    Midwest

    In honor of the winter solstice, the brewery is releasing five barrel-aged imperial stouts on the darkest day of the year. This particular offering includes a festive it of cocoa and peppermint, as well as a heady 12.8% ABV.

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