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Weekly Beer Releases for February 3rd to 9th

February 04, 2019

By October Staff, February 04, 2019

  • 2/4
    Bell's Larry's Latest Flamingo Fruit Fight
    Midwest

    Passionfruit and lime zest give this tart fruit ale a blend of tropical citrus flavors and aromas.

  • 2/4
    Brewdog Collab with Northern Monk's Tokyo Death
    UK

    An inky stout that hits the palate with sticky caramel, nuts and roasted barley, this beer boasts a heavily malted flavor profile.

  • 2/4
    Abita's Strawberry Lager
    Southeast

    Juicy Lousiana strawberries, harvested at peak season, give this crisp, light golden lager made with Vanguard hops its lush, fruity flavor and aroma.

  • 2/4
    21st Amendment's Sparkale
    Northwest

    This effervescent sparkling rosé ale has notes of apples, peaches, cranberries and cherries, all of which create a bright, fruity, tart flavor.

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  • 2/5
    Allagash's Sun Drift
    Northeast

    The combination of lemon zest, Brettanomyces and black tea make for a warming ale.

  • 2/5
    New Glarus' 2019 Flanders Sour Red Ale
    Midwest

    Tart stone fruit and sour apple notes bolster the toasted almond body of this spontaneously fermented Flanders red ale.

  • 2/5
    Duck Rabbit's Barleywine
    Southwest

    Loads of Amarillo hops add a piney, citrusy bitterness that's supported by a toffee malt backbone in this Farmville-style barleywine.

  • 2/5
    Boulevard's Tequila Barrel Lime Gose
    Midwest

    A traditional German-style sour gets an infusion of sea salt, coriander and lime zest. The aroma offers assertive notes of oak, vanilla, coconut and caramelized bananas.

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