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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday July 30th

July 30, 2017

By Eno Sarris, July 30, 2017

  • 8/1
    New Belgium Fat Tire Belgian White Wheat Ale
    National

    Light-bodied, unfiltered, and brewed with juicy Seville orange peel and freshly ground coriander, Fat Tire Belgian White balances refreshment and drinkability with just a hint of sweetness.

  • 8/1
    Rogue Rolling Thunder Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
    National

    Brewed with ingredients grown at Rogue Farms and ocean aged in Dead Guy Whiskey-soaked handmade Oregon Oak barrels coopered at Rogue’s Rolling Thunder Barrel Works, Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout is the culmination of a long journey from bark to bottle. Black with a creamy head, Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout features deep sherry notes accentuated by hints of coconut, cherries, dark fruit and vanilla held up against a dark roasted malt backbone with earthy hops.

  • 8/4
    Hi-Wire Zirkusfest Oktoberfest
    Upper South

    This traditional Märzen boasts all the flavors one wants in a rich Oktoberfest lager without the heavy finish. The use of Munich malt provides upfront biscuity and honey flavors that fade into a dry finish.

  • 8/6
    Modern Times Countermagic IPA
    California

    A symphonic detonation of dankness, lavishly hopped with Enigma, Mosaic, Cascade, Denali, Simcoe, and finished off with a borderline irresponsible quantity of the finest Citra cryo sweet, sweet money can buy.

  • 8/6
    4 Hands On Cue Gose
    St. Louis

    The light, crisp, and refreshing “On Cue” beer was created by Nine Network members and friends, with help from the master brewers at 4 Hands. On Cue is a gose beer with hints of cucumber, hibiscus and Himalayan salt, and uses 4 Hands City Wide Pils as its base. Release party at brewery.

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

    All thanks to our releases team: Mark Reiser (Canada East), 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!

  • 7/30
    Wren House Valley Beer American Lager
    Arizona

    Brewed with flaked corn, American Lager Yeast and Saaz hops. This incredibly sessionable American Lager at under 5% ABV is unfiltered and will have the Wren House Brewing Co. touch of finesse that will make it as memorable as it is enjoyable. Find this lager in Phoenix, AZ and join the passionate team at Wren House as they seek to Make American Lagers Great Again.

  • 7/31
    Cellar 3 Divine Sauvage Tripel
    California

    With its bright, crisp, and banana floral notes, Divine Sauvage is an inspired nod to the classic Belgian Tripel. Agen in a variety of French Oak vintage red wine barrels for up to 30 months. Flavorful notes of tart grapefruit, green apple, and lemon zest tantalize the palate before earthy notes of fresh-cut oak balance out its sweetness.

  • 7/31
    Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro
    National

    Left Hand Brewing Co. is set to release the first-ever US production run of a US-made nitro widget can. Milk Stout Nitro cans will make Left Hand’s most popular and influential beer more accessible than ever. Now nitro fans can take the beer on the go and drink a perfectly smooth and creamy Milk Stout Nitro right from the can. Milk Stout Nitro cans will begin shipping July in Colorado, then across the brewery’s 41-state footprint in the fall along with Milk Stout Nitro bottles, Nitro seasonals and draft.

  • 8/1
    AleWerks Pumpkin Ale
    Upper South

    Brewmaster Geoff Logan toyed with a recipe inspired by his mother's pumpkin pie. The beer swiftly emerged as one of our most popular offerings. Alewerks Pumpkin is made solely with fresh ingredients, spiced and baked in the oven before added to the brew. Enjoy powerful notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, and more from the beer commonly described as "Pumpkin Pie in a glass."

  • 8/1
    Foothills Oktoberfest
    Upper South

    Notes of toasted bread and roasted almonds.

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