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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday September 24th

September 24, 2017

By Eno Sarris, September 24, 2017

  • 9/25
    Faculty Brewing 685 Hazy Pale Ale
    Canada - West

    Pale Ale Collab with UnTapped Imports. Hazy pale ale showcasing the delicious El Dorado hop. This beer has aromas of pear, watermelon and stone fruit, backed up with delicious flavours of tropical fruit, pineapple, and mango.

  • 9/26
    Wren House Horse Sense IPA
    Mountains

    Straight juice. In this rendition, the Wren House guys swapped out the Loral hop for the much juicier Mandarina Bavaria on top of a hefty dose of Centennial hops. It's a juice crazed IPA releasing in the middle of the week.

  • 9/27
    Telluride Face Down Bourbon Brown
    Mountains

    One of Telluride Brewing's most sought after beers is being re-released – Face Down Bourbon Brown – is a draft only, small batch, barrel-aged version of their three time gold winning (re: World Beer Cup) Face Down Brown. This iteration is bourbon barrel-aged four months and highlights with notes of vanilla. It will be available at select taps throughout the state of Colorado. Get it while you can, it's only released twice each year. On tap various sites in CO.

  • 9/30
    Lone Tree Hop Zombie IPA
    Mountains

    Hop Zombie Imperial Red IPA is Lone Tree's most anticipated release each year. Hop Zombie is a bold and complex IPA that pours deep red in color. It's brewed with eight different varietals of hops which lends to it's complexity of aromas and flavors. Hop Zombie is a bold 8.9% ABV and 90 IBU. Those of you lucky of enough to catch this release can take some bombers home and turn on Shaun of the Dead. "It's not hip-hop, it's electro... prick."

  • 9/30
    Wolf's Ridge Dave Doesn't Know Pumpkin Ale
    Mid-Atlantic

    Smoked, spiced and bourbon barrel-aged, our BA Dave Doesn't Know will keep you warm in the months ahead. This imperial pumpkin beer was brewed with 600 lbs of locally grown pumpkin from Jacquemin Farms. Anniversary Party draft and bottle release.

  • 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!

  • 9/23
    Odd Side Double Oaked Hipster Brunch Stout
    Michigan

    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.

  • 9/24
    Hoof Hearted Who'd Like to Hold my Clipboard DIPA
    Mid-Atlantic

    Frappe Double IPA w/ Peach, Tahitian Vanilla, and Lactose. Ticketed release.

  • 9/24
    Fremont Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Ale
    West Coast

    Brewed with organic hops plucked from its namesake Cowiche Canyon in the Yakima Valley, this pale ale presents golden, hazy and heady. A clean-drinking, juicy citrus bomb with a pleasantly bitter finish. A portion of all sales fund the Cowiche Canyon Conservancy.

  • 9/25
    Crane Beet Weiss
    Lower Midwest

    The beer that made Michael Crane Famous is an earthy zinger that pairs great with Food. This berliner-styler Wiess combines a sour German Wheat beer with an unlikely Vegetable, and frankly they Look really good together.

  • 9/25
    Firestone Inferos Imperial Rye IPA
    National

    Inferos is an imperial rye IPA that is fiery in color and hellacious in hoppiness. Forged with 25 percent rye grain and loaded with more than four pounds of hops per barrel, Inferos is ultimitely a big spicy beer that will keep the soul warm when a chill is in the air.

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