Hop Valley teamed up with local and regional ambassadors of the LGBTQ community to brew this special pale ale. At 6% ABV and 40 IBUs, this easy drinker will help support LGBTQ organziations in Oregon, Washington and California.
Bee Here Now is described as a Belgian-Style beer made entirely with organic ingredients, including malted wheat, rye, and GloryBee clover honey. Organic red clover blossoms were added in the hop back instead of hops, giving the beer a complex floral aroma and flavor. At 9.5% ABV, it’s warming on the back end as the honey rounds off the palate.
This Bavarian-style wheat ale is brewed with locally sourced mango, and rests at 5.5% ABV and 13 IBU. The slight banana and clove aroma and tropical fruit flavors of mango are perfect for those sunny summer days on the water.
North Coast Brewing's Passion Fruit-Peach Berliner Weisse is made with the juice of peaches from California and passion fruit from Ecuador, a Pan-American take on the German classic.
Hazy 7% ABV NE style IPA brewed with Citra hops and Mosaic Powder Cans and draft throughout Eastern New England.
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).
This experimental hopped up cream ale will be available in cans. Release pushed to 7/10 per newest update.
Aromatic, spicy and hoppy, with notes of orange peel and lemon zest, this Provision Farmhouse Ale has a distinctive dry finish. Deep gold in color, this beer is not filtered so it contains haze from the yeast left in solution. Release party at Rolla Brewpub 5:30pm.
Notes of toast, biscuit, and caramel from Barke Vienna and CaraFoam malt, plus balanced bitterness from spicy and herbal Hallertau Mittlefruh and German Perle hops.
Named for the passion fruit flower, Passiflora IPA blends a generous amount of passion fruit puree with a uniquely tropical blend of Mosaic and Citra hops. Fermentation with Belgian yeast further adds to this refreshing summer offering. A kickoff party will be hosted in Community Beer Company’s Taproom to celebrate the official launch of Passiflora IPA on Thursday, June 29th at 5pm.
Golden Angel is patiently and painstakingly aged in 500L puncheons with one pound per gallon of fresh, whole apricots. After maturation in these neutral oak vessels, this sour is re-fermented on an additional four pounds per gallon of apricots to impart a rustic stone fruit character. A total of five pounds per gallon of fruit renders Golden Angel the absolute essence of apricot in a glass.
This huge bourbon peanut stout has been years in the making. Turns out, it's actually pretty hard to infuse peanut flavor into beer. Luckily, our resident beer archaeologist, professor, and brewer, Mr. Travis Rupp, hasn't stopped working on it and we finally have a delicious, decadent, and high ABV (approx. 15%) peanut stout to share. Nut allergies beware, this is made with a ton of peanuts.
Hoppy, Hazy Session Ale hopped with Citra, Ella and Topaz. ABV 4%
This golden lager with bready malt aromatics has a crisp, dry finish. Late addition kettle hops followed by extensive dry-hopping provide full citrus and tropical fruit flavors and aromas balancing a soft bitterness. 7.8% ABV
The result of a unique collaboration between New Belgium Brewing and Colorado State University, Old Aggie is a light-bodied, all-malt lager with hints of citrus and lemon.
This is BFB's first foray into cans. These new beers are meant to inspire recreating, connecting, and enjoying yourself and an active lifestyle.