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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday September 17th

September 17, 2017

By Eno Sarris, September 17, 2017

  • 9/20
    Duck Rabbit Porter
    Upper south

    The Duck-Rabbit Porter is very dark in color. This robust ale features a pronounced flavor of roasted grains reminiscent of dark chocolate. Also, we add oats to the grist for a round, silky mouthfeel. The malt is well balanced with hops to make this a fantastic choice for fans of traditional, robust, full-flavored beers.

  • 9/22
    Sober Island Harvest Rye
    Canada East

    Harvest Rye is 10.6% rye malt in the grain bill. Also had torrified wheat, oat , crystal 60 and a touch of carafa 2. Hops are Magnum, NB, Amarillo, Saaz. Majority being Amarillo and saaz at the end of the boil. Bronze colour. Dried prune, slightly spicy on the nose. Malty, a stewed stone fruit character. Spicy and earthy finish from the hops.

  • 9/22
    New Glarus Champ Rouge Sour

    A fruited sour that was spontaneously fermented in our coolship and blended with New York Rougeon grapes. 10% ABV

  • 9/23
    Odd Sides Double Oaked Hipster Brunch Stout

    Our signature Hipster Brunch Stout aged in Double Oaked Bourbon Barrels. Lucious smoky maple and rich roasted chocolate coffee flavors give way to a hint of smooth vanilla and a giant oak finish.

  • 9/23
    Arizona Wilderness Rooftop DIPA

    Rooftop is the 10th Dirty Hop Water Series beer produced by AZ Wilderness. Rooftop is a cloudy DIPA at 8.5% that showcases Idaho 7, Loral lupulin poswer with late kettle additions of Nugget and dry hopped with Lemondrop. In this iteration, AZ Wilderness uses locally sourced Sonora White Wheat from Hayden Flour Mills for the body and haze of this cloudy DIPA.

  • 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!

  • 9/17
    Left Hand Oktoberfest

    This seasonal takes two months for their Marzen lager Oktoberfest to sit and rest and cool to perfection. Left Hand Brewing Co. brings a beast of a Oktoberfest beer (as shown by the beer's label) that rests on its biscuity and maltiness while bringing out a nobel pedigree of hops for a spicy and dry finish. This lager sits at 6.6% ABV and drinks clean.

  • 9/17
    Modern Times Transit of Venus Sour

    Sour Ale Aged in red wine barrels and with liberal doses of strawberries & Meyer lemons, which combine with existing rustic, funky profile to create a beer that's both tasty and refreshing. 750 mL and 1.5 L bottles, online sale.

  • 9/18
    Uinta Pit Stop Apricot IPA

    Pit Stop is a kettle-soured Apricot IPA full of sweet and sour apricot flavors, Amarillo and Experimental #431 hops. It sits at 6.6% ABV, has a light body, and deep golden yellow color. "U"inta had me at kettle-soured.

  • 9/19
    Council Pirate's Breakfast Imperial Oatmeal Stout

    Mixed pack of cans that includes Bourbon Barrel Aged Pirate's Breakfast, Coffee/Vanilla Pirate's Breakfast, Mexican Mocha Pirate's Breakfast, and Hazelnut/Chocolate Pirate's Breakfast. Available at the tasting room on talk like a pirate day.

  • 9/19
    The Bruery So Happens It's Tuesday Imperial Stout

    A dark and delicious display of rich malt, toasty flavors and vinally-like notes imparted from oak. Available at both tasting rooms and

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