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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday August 13th

August 13, 2017

By Eno Sarris, August 13, 2017

  • 8/16
    Oskar Blues Hotbox Coffee Porter
    National

    Back again! This Hotbox coffee porter is brewed with roasted English and German malts showcasing flavors of cocoa and caramel, roasted nuts and crème brulee, while mixing in the brew cold-extracted coffee beans from Burundi and Ethiopia. This beer is truly earthy and sensibly smooth at 6.4% ABV and 30 IBU.

  • 8/16
    Melvin Heyzues Mexican Lager
    Mountains

    This is a light-bodied, tart lager that is dry and well-balanced and sits at a remarkably sessionable 4.0% ABV. Melvin Brewing is releasing Heyzeus for the first time as it was previously only available on tap, but can now be found in Washington, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Southern California and of course Wyoming.

  • 8/19
    Epic Brewing Praise the Haze: Citralush Hazy IPA
    Mountains

    The brewers at Epic Brewing Company are jumping into the Hazy IPA game and announced a new series, "Praise the Haze", which will be their line of New England Style IPAs that promises juicy, hazy and hoppy IPAs. The first of the series is, Citralush and will hit stores in mid to late August. It's packed with Citra and Mosaic hops and a touch of Colorado dankness.

  • 8/20
    Duck Rabbit Marzen
    Upper South

    The Duck-Rabbit Märzen is the lightest of our German-style lagers. This is a beer designed for outdoor autumn festivals! Soft malt flavors take center stage here. This one is subtle and beguiling.

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

    All thanks to our releases team: Kyle Andrus (Canada), James Walker (California), Jason Langendorf, (Pacific Coast), John Barree (Mid-Atlantic), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), MA Parker (Mountains), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South), Travis Campo (Deep South). 

    Thanks, team!

  • 8/14
    Avery Rumpkin Spice Ale
    National

    Pumpkin Spice Ale aged in Rum Barrels It's that time of year again, where pumpkin become ubiquitous in lattes and beers whether you like it or not. This Avery Brewing Co rendition is a dark ale brewed with pumpkin and spices -- cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger – and aged for four months in rum barrels. It's sure to be a "pumpkin" beer worth trying. Bonus, it clocks in at wee 16.9% and is sure to keep you warm on a crisp fall night.

  • 8/14
    Stone Hail to the Hop Thief DIPA
    National

    We took all there is to love about the IPA, got creative, dry-hopped it a lot, left it unfiltered and shared it openly in the hopes that some way it may, in turn, inspire you. Hal to the Hop Thief, an original. Double IPA featuring Magnum, Mosaic, Pekko, Hopsteiner Exp. 06300.

  • 8/15
    Starr Hill Last Leaf Maple Brown Ale
    Upper South

    A classic English Brown Ale brewed with several different malts, hopped with East Kent Goldings, and real Virginia maple syrup. The maple aroma, with subtle vanilla notes, leads into a rich and smooth body with a malty character.

  • 8/15
    Trillium Trillwater Gose
    Northeast

    Collaboration with Stillwater. Pours a warm golden hue with an off-white head. Sweet white wine and a touch of honey on the nose are followed by first flavors of grape jam.

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