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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday November 12th

November 12, 2017

By Eno Sarris, November 12, 2017

  • 11/15
    Foundation Forge Russian Imperial Stout

    Jet black, potent, and brimming with roasted malt and chocolate flavors, Forge is everything a big stout should be. Forge highlights deep chocolate, coffee and malt flavors, with round citrusy hop background notes.

  • 11/15
    Coop Ale Works Saturday Siren Dry-Hopped Pils

    Inspired by weekly siren tests, Saturday Siren is a crisp and refreshing pilsner built for summer days. Dry hop additions of Idaho 007 and Comet bring new world flavor to this old world style. The lake, the pool and the grill are calling, so pack the cooler and get outside. 5.5% 35 IBU

  • 11/17
    Propeller Russian Imperial Stout
    Canada - East

    An intensely-flavoured, big, dark ale. Roasty-burnt malt with deep dark or dried fruit flavours. A warming, bittersweet finish. Components meld to create a complex, harmonious beer. 8% ABV.

  • 11/17
    La Cumbre + Modern Times Postcards from Hell IPA

    La Cumbre Brewing Company teamed up with Modern Times Brewing to make this special IPA. Postcards From Hell is a hazy, juicy IPA that exclusively profils hops from South African and sits at 8% ABV. Let neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night try and keep you from getting your hands on this hazy IPA.

  • 11/18
    Tin Whiskers Brewing Phase Shift 02 Porter

    Local rye whiskey barrels from Isanti Spirits LLC in Isanti, MN contribute rich, complex malt and wood characteristics to a porter previously aged on white oak and cherry wood.

  • 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), 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!

  • 11/12
    McMenamin's Kris Kringle Winter Ale

    So hello to your not-so-secret Santa. Kris Kringle has many of the usual traits of a winter ale – a deep amber color, plus ginger, cinnamon and allspice spices and a malty character. But Centennial and Cascade hops give it a hoppier bite than you've come to expect from the season (6.84% ABV).

  • 11/12
    Arizona Wilderness The Pines IPA

    The most recent release in the AZ Wilderness' Dirty Hop Water Series, In The Pines, features both malted and un-malted White Sonoran Wheat to give it a soft malt character and mouthfeel. Then on top was dry hopped with Simco, Citra and Mosaic. It's full of sour fruit flavors and citrus.

  • 11/15
    Aviator Frostnipper Winter Ale

    Get ready for your toes to curl and goose bumps to appear on your arms. A fine collection of traditional fall spices makes this a great addition to the season. It is a bit darker than brown ale, and in addition to a generous amount of smoked malt, a combination of Perle and Willamette hops provide a contrasting intensity to the fall spices.

  • 11/15
    Left Hand Saison au Blé de Minuit

    It's time again – the Saison series from Left Hand Brewing Co. is releasing their final of their Les Quatre Saison. The Saison au Blé de Minuit is a black saison with local harvested Colorado barley and midnight wheat. It is a dry and crisp farmhouse-style ale with a mild tart that clocks in at 6.8% ABV.

  • 11/19
    Night Shift Second Breakfast Baltic Porter

    This is a 10.8% Baltic Porter that drinks with sips rich notes of molasses, campfire and dark chocolate. Available at the brewery.

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