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Weekly Beer Releases for Sunday, June 11

June 11, 2017

By Eno Sarris, June 11, 2017

  • 6/15
    Iron John's Nirvana Sour
    Arizona

    This ruby-brown strong ale is influenced by contributions from Grenache grape must in the ferment and dried Chanterelle mushrooms added to the Calvados Apple Brandy cask that it spent three months aging in. The result is an earthy, fruity nose enhanced by the esters of the Belgian yeasts.

  • 6/16
    Crooked Stave HopSavant Brett IPA
    Colorado

    HopSavant is a hoppy IPA-style beer brewed with Crooked Stave’s Brettanomyces yeast strains. The subtle Brett characteristics give way to pungent, citrusy, resinous hops, with a pleasant tropical fruit finish.

  • 6/16
    Boulevard and Piney River Boulevard Sparkling Ale
    National

    Pouring a brilliant golden color, Boulevardia Sparkling Ale opens with aromas of honey-like malt accented by very subtle notes of spicy citrus from Galena hops. Imminently drinkable, the beer delivers crisp cereal malt flavors punctuated by lively carbonation resulting in the perfect summer festival refreshment.

  • 6/16
    Trophy / Highland Keg Toss Guava Saison
    South

    At 5.6% ABV, the sweetness of guava balances out with a pleasant bitterness without getting heavy.

  • 6/17
    DuClaw Dad Bod DIPA
    Mid-Atlantic

    This juicy, moderately strong, 8.5% ABV Double IPA boasts a mix of piney, tropical and citrus notes for a blend of flavors and aromas covering the entire spectrum of hops. Pop the top and start working on that Dad Bod! Brewery only release.

  • 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). 

    Thanks, team!

  • 6/11
    Night Shift Brandenburg Weizenbock
    Northeast

    Deep Gold, with a huge white foam head. Big malt backbone with a medium finish.

  • 6/12
    Almanac Summer in the City Wild Ale
    Semi-National

    Brettanomyces yeast creates tropical and stone fruit flavors in the barrel, matched with San Juoquin Valley apricots and finished with a dry-hop of aromatic hops. All with the goal of creating layers of apricot flavor.

  • 6/12
    Fremont Rusty Nail Imperial Stout
    Northwest

    Fremont's prized Rusty Nail is out in extremely limited quantities. This Imperial Stout features cinnamon, licorice and smoked barley for a deep, dark, tasty presentation aged in bourbon barrels. If you find it, buy two – one for now, one for the cellar.

  • 6/12
    Kona Lemongrass Luau Blonde Ale
    National

    Lemongrass Luau is a refreshing companion in the summer heat with a fresh zing of lemongrass and a snap of ginger that add a unique island twist to this crisp, balanced brew. With its modest alcohol content (5% ABV) and bitterness (20 IBU), Lemongrass Luau is a sessionable beer, perfect for pau hana and sharing pints with friends.

  • 6/12
    Tröegs Nimble Giant DIPA
    Mid-Atlantic

    This Double IPA gracefully boasts grapefruit rind, pineapple and honeysuckle notes with a hint of earthy forest floor.

  • 6/12
    The Bruery ¡Pink Snow! Imperial Cream Ale
    California & Florida

    A collaboration with Funky Buddha, this cream ale features lactose and vanilla for sweetness, and guava, dragonfruit and coconut for a vibrant, tropical vibe.

  • 6/12
    Modern Times Tetra City DIPA
    California

    Citra, Simcoe, and Cascade hops result in a massively tropical, delightfully dank profile.

  • 6/12
    Stone Enjoy By 07.04.17 Unfiltered IPA
    National

    With an aroma of intense peach, tropical fuit and citrus, the hop dankness is a little muted in this version. The flavor is described as hoppy, bursting with lots of fruit flavors and yeast-derived fruity esters, dissipating quickly into a finish loaded with hop flavors and bitterness.

  • 6/13
    Cascade Crazy Navel Sour
    National

    This is a blend of sour wheat and blond ales aged in oak wine barrels for 14 months with fresh orange zest. Using both Cara Cara and Heirloom varietals, Crazy Navel captures the essence of the navel orange balanced with a refreshingly tart and dry base beer

  • 6/15
    Wiseacre Memphis Sands Lager
    South

    Beauteous in its simplicity, it is very low in bitterness and full of delicious flavors of bread and crackery malt.

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