Lupulin Rodeo is part of our commitment to excessive usage of hops! Blending six varieties together, including hops in both pellet and LupuLN2 powder form, creates a beer with a rich grapefruit pithy dankness and a juicy, tropical finish.
2016 version aged one year in a Benjamin Bridge barrel.
Tart blueberries mixed with their Berliner-style Weisse to create a psychedelic sour.
Notes of chocolate, plum, bourbon, and cherry backed by a resonant coffee and spice cake quality with fruity Belgian esters. The base is comprised of Double Stout wort which is fermented with Trappist yeast and set to rest in five different barrels. It pours an ebony black with thick tan beer foam and long lacing, and presents an enchanting aroma of balsa wood, mocha, molasses, and mint.
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), John Barree (Mid-Atlantic), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South), Travis Campo (Deep South).
Pueblo Vida is re-releasing Embers – a pale ale brewed with malted oats and double dry-hopped Simcoe and Citra hops. Embers boasts strong citrus and bright profile showcasing notes of oranges and lemongrass with a silky smooth mouthfeel. Embers is 5.8% ABV so you can burn them all night long.
Sonoran Prince is a sour ale aged on a French Oak foudre with locally harvested Arizona (Florida Prince variety) peaches that sits at 6.7%. For this Sonoran Prince the AZ wilderness boys used the native yeast living on the skin of the peaches which will give it an added layer of acidity and aromatics. It's been conditioning for months now and will mimic a traditional Belgian sour.
Light and golden, Blitzen has a character that belies its winter seasonal profile. Dry-hopped with Mandarina Bavaria hops, soursop puree and coriander, it delivers citrus aroma and flavor with a peppery finish (4.6% ABV).
Collaboration b/w ERB and Institutions. Chocolate notes.
Dark, robust, opaquely possessive of heady aromas and rich fulfilling flavor, its name defines its assets. Ours is brewed with layers of roasted barley and black malts, and just enough flavor hops for a balanced smooth finish.