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Weekly Beer Releases for April 21st to 27th

April 21, 2019

By October Staff, April 21, 2019

  • 4/22
    Brewery Ommegang's Neon Neon Rainbows
    Northast

    This New England-style double IPA is hopped with Mosaic, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial and Topaz for a full spectrum of hop aromas. Bright notes of pineapple, citrus, and mango dominate the flavor profile.

  • 4/22
    Hi-Wire Collab with Oskar Blues Haze Sesh
    Southeast

    Notes of citrus, tropical fruit and melon pervade this 4.9% ABV hazy session IPA dry-hopped with Cashmere and Wakatu.

  • 4/23
    Schlafly's Lunar Lager Mix Pack
    Midwest

    In commemoration of the moon landing, this pack features everything from Lift-Off Lager, an unfiltered German lager, to The Eagle Has Landed American Lager.

  • 4/23
    Boulevard's Bou Lou
    Midwest

    This bold wheat beer is bursting with tropical pineapple and coconut flavors.

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  • 4/23
    3 Floyds Collab with Skeletonwitch Temple of the Sun
    Midwest

    This tart, refreshing kettle-soured IPA has lingering notes of tropical fruit, raspberries and currants.

  • 4/24
    Victory's Mystical Monkey Mix Pack
    Northeast

    This mixed variety pack of 12 cans features three different varieties and ranges from 5.8% to 9.5% ABV.

  • 4/24
    Stone's Revenge Spirit
    Southwest

    With a full, creamy mouthfeel, a touch of haze, and a flavor palate loaded with pineapple, dank hops and bright citrus, this imperial IPA is a bold choice.

  • 4/27
    New Holland's Triple Mash Dragon's Milk
    Midwest

    After three separate mashes and a year of aging in New Holland Spirits barrels, this imperial stout emerged.

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