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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday October 1st

October 01, 2017

By Eno Sarris, October 01, 2017

  • 10/07
    Hoof Hearted Barrel Aged Fitness Freak Imperial Stout
    MId-Atlantic

    Imperial Stout with Vermont Maple Syrup, Brown Sugar, Madagascar Vanilla Beans, & @hoof_hearted_coffee added. BA Freak is one smooth operator. Super creamy, booze-b-gone, coffee and chocolate 4 days.

  • 10/3
    Everybody's Brewing Extra Special Tasty Ale
    Pacific Northwest

    Deep copper in color, with caramel notes and an leveling bite, this ale bubbly ale – previously available only on draft – is going aluminum in a limited edition six-pack.

  • 10/4
    Wiley Roots Dark Premise BBA Stout
    Mountains

    Aged five months in a Laws Whiskey House bourbon barrel in Denver, Colorado, this BBA stout from Wiley Roots Brewing Co. is 10% ABV and 20 IBU.

  • 10/5
    Avery + Odell Effin Teamwork Stout
    Great American Beer Festival

    Two juggernauts will come together at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) to a provide a unique one-time-ever blend of two barrel-aged beers. Both of the beers not intended to ever be consumed on their own, but created for the intention of blending, will be blended and tapped at various times at the GABF. Avery is bringing a 13% BBA (for 4 months) with Madigascar vanilia and espresso roast coffe, while Odell is flavor-charging with a coconut white stout (8.5%) brewed with toasted coconut, chocolate and cold brew coffee and aged in rye whiskey barrels.

  • 10/6
    Burwood Brewing P.O.W.W. Pal Ale
    Pacific Northwest

    bed in honor of the Port of Walla Walla as a thank you for allowing the brewery to grow, P.O.W.W. makes no bones about its intentions. Dry-hopped and brewed only with Simcoe hops, it's a limited edition brew for those who seek to embrace their bitter side – and celebrate the opening of Burwood's new taproom.

  • 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), James Walker (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!

  • 10/1
    Bell's Arabicadabra Stout
    National

    Brewed with a cold coffee extract made at the brewery using a combination of fair trade, organic Nicaraguan coffee beans and Sumatra coffee beans. Lactose is also used for creaminess. 5.5% ABV.

  • 10/1
    Superstition Blueberry Spaceship Box Hard Cider
    Mountains

    "First ever bottled batch of the top rated hard cider in the world," will be released this Saturday, Sept 30th, at the Superstition Meadery in Prescott, Arizona. This hard cider is a sweet and tart blend of apple and blueberries. The good news is, this BSB will be hitting their (superstitionmeadery.com) webstore and possible distrobution throughout the state in the coming weeks.

  • 10/1
    Pizza Boy Sunny Side Up with Pumpkin
    Mid-Atlantic

    Coffee Stout Coffee stout with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice.

  • 10/2
    Coronado Early Bird Milk Stout
    California

    Cold brew coffee milk stout.

  • 10/2
    Boulevard Bundle Up Barleywine
    National

    With summer’s heat (hopefully) behind us, Bundle Up is ready to make its debut. Situated at the intersection of American and English barleywine, Bundle Up begins with a substantial malt base. The chewy character of the grain bill is emphasized by additions of dextrose and malt syrup added during boiling. Against the sticky caramel/toffee flavors provided by the fermentables, Columbus, Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook hops answer with piney, spicy, resinous notes and just a touch of lingering citrus.

  • ZX Ventures, a division within AB InBev, is an investor in October
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