Say When uses some of the most intensely aromatic hops available. A minimalist malt bill ensures this Resinator installment is hop-focused, brite on the palate, yet contains enough character to avoid being thin. Citrus, tropical fruit, and tea leaf are at the forefront with a clean, bitter finish.
Deschutes' annual, highly-sought after anniversary release is back. Black Butte XXIX is a celebration of Deschutes' 29th anniversary and will feature big, bold flavors of toasted malts along with notes of cayenne, cinnamon and cocoa. It was aged in rum and bourbon barrels, giving it plenty of boozy character.
This 5.2% ABV Czech-style pilsner is brewed with pilsner malt and sunflower petals alongside the spicy and floral notes of Saaz hops.
Each year the company releases a big, Imperial IPA to celebrate its anniverary, and this years version features a complete blend of Azacca, Citra, and Centennial hops. 8% ABV.
Beauregarde is true to its namesake - it's snappy and juicy from the addition of blueberries to their sour blonde ale, and it's incredibly rounded from extended oak barrel-aging. Available in California for order online and either shipping within CA or pickup at the Bruery tasting rooms.
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), Jeffrey Wiser, (Pacific Coast), John Barree (Mid-Atlantic), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), Matt Landes (Mountains), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South), Travis Campo (Deep South).
Brewed with pineapple, honey, & Citra hops. 9.5% ABV.
Citricumulus is a crisp, fruity Belgian-style pale ale brewed with El Dorado and Citra hops. Pelican brewers added aromatic, citrusy orange peel to create an elevated sensory experience.
Just released in cans to the Pacific Northwest, this traditional Czech Pilsner is named for Washington's famed Gifford Pinchot National Forest and checks in at 5.1% ABV and 40 IBUs.
Six varieties of American whole flower hops pack bold and juicy flavors into this crisp, drinkable lager.
Brewed to benefit The Mountaineers, a WA-based non-profit, Kick Step is the latest year-round release for Ghostfish Brewing. The grain profile features Millet, as it is a more water-friendly (and gluten-free) grain, while Comet, Simcoe, Columbus and Denali round out the hop bill.
With grain harvested from Rogue's Oregon farm that's traditionally floor-malted, Good Chit is a crisp, clean, enjoyable Czech Pilsner. The ancient floor-malting practice puts a unique twist on a classic style.
In collaboration with local disc jockeys Sam Sneed and the OKDEEJAYS of Night Visions Radio, we give you a beer brewed with and for the party. This Kolsch style ale will abduct and elevate your inner party all summer long. It’ll take you to outer space, the dance floor, the top shelf, and the hippest pool party in town. It’s light, refreshing and brewed with tunes from Night Visions Radio to ensure you stay up late.
Collaboration with Darkest Hour. A light, golden German lager with lively, natural carbonation that touts aromas of lightly kilned malt, grain and cracker with a subtle herbal hop presence. Brewery release and at Darkest Hour Concert on 7/14.
Strong, sour ale with aromas of Strawbeer and toasted Oak, the flavor continues with more beer and Oak, finishing with a sweet tast. The beer is brewed with molasses, date Sugar, white cane sugar, and dark rock Candi. It's finished with One pound of strawberries per gallon Bottles, Brewery only on this release. 9.7% alcohol by volume.
Crawling Eye is a lambic nispired wild ale fermented in barrels for one year on their house culture. Sour, funky, and oaky. 6.3% 500 mL bottles, $13 ea availble at the taproom and online.