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Weekly Beer Releases for Sunday, June 17th

June 17, 2018

By October Staff, June 17, 2018

  • 6/17
    Burial Beer Co.'s Anno Domini MMXVIII
    Upper South

    Made to celebrate five years of chaos and glory, this blended dark ales was soured in our foudres with house lactobacillus and brettanomyces and then aged in bourbon barrels. Finally, it's rested upon orange peel, vanilla and cocoa nibs back in steel.

  • 6/17
    Pyramid Brewing Co.'s Coast Day
    Northwest

    Brewed with locally sourced Nugget, Liberty and Mount Hood hops, and dry-hopped with Experimental Hop 09326 and Centennials, this hazy lager is canned for easy, crisp, citrus-and-berry-flavored summer enjoyment.

  • 6/22
    Burlington Beer Co.'s Peasant King
    Northeast

    An Imperial IPA brewed with Kohatu, Zythos, and Cascade hops. The blend of hops provide a range of flavors and aromas: Papaya, clementine and honeydew melon. The hops sit atop a grain bill of Weyermann Barke Pilsner and Vienna malts, which make for a complex double IPA.

  • 6/23
    Alesong Brewing & Blending's Raspberry Gose
    Northwest

    Brewed with raspberries grown on Stahlbush Island Farms and sea salt sourced from the Oregon coast, this smooth and fruity gose captures an Oregon summer in its finest form.

  • 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), Nate Howard (California & Mountains), Jason Langendorf, (Pacific Coast), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South) and Travis Campo (Deep South). Plus, Remo Remoquillo, creator of the header image.

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