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Weekly Beer Releases for November 25th to December 1st

November 25, 2018

By October Staff, November 25, 2018

  • 11/26
    Wicked Weed's Folia
    Southeast

    This blonde sour ale is aged in bourbon barrels with black tea, lime zest and peppermint. Once the beer reaches its peak, it is blended to attain the perfect balance.

  • 11/26
    Schlafly's Stout Bout Mixed Pack
    Midwest

    These four stout variants include a Mexican chocolate stout with 6.2% ABV, a dulce de leche stout with 6.5% ABV, a raspberry coffee stout with 5.7% ABV and a mango ancho chile stout with 5.7% ABV.

  • 11/26
    Breckenridge Brewery's Christmas Ale
    Midwest

    A classic winter ale with flavors of caramel and chocolate derived from an abundance of roasted malts. Chinook and St. Hood hops contribute spiciness, lending balance and clean finish.

  • 11/26
    Wicked Weed's French Toast Stout
    Southeast

    This robust, dark stout is finely complemented by zesty cinnamon, smooth vanilla, and the comforting sweetness of maple syrup.

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  • 12/1
    Second Shelf's Nitro Molé Porter
    Southeast

    This robust porter is made with California, pasilla and chipotle chiles, as well as cinnamon, cloves and cacao nibs. Nitrogen creates a creamier, bigger body and the cacao mellows out the spices.

  • 12/1
    Wicked Weed's Sombra
    Southeat

    Fermented with cherries, cacao nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon and habaneros, this barrel-aged American sour ale is surprisingly nuanced.

  • 12/1
    Jack's Abbey's Hoponius on Holiday
    Northeast

    This IPL combines cold lager fermentation with a West Coast IPA hop profile. A blend of classic American hops accentuates the tropical fruit flavors and lends a citrusy aroma.

  • 12/1
    Second Shelf's Olde Oyl
    Southeast

    Roasted malts and oats give a rich body and robust aroma to this Russian imperial coffee oatmeal stout.

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