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Weekly Beer Releases for August 5th to 11th

August 05, 2018

By October Staff, August 05, 2018

  • 8/10
    Burlington Beer Co.'s Colors That Don't Exist
    Northeast

    This sour IPA is brewed with Aronia berries in collaboration with Stowe Cider.

  • 8/10
    Captain Lawrence Brewing's Fudgie the Beer
    Northeast

    Brewed in collaboration with Carvel, this is an homage to Carvel's famous Fudgie the Whale ice cream cake. It is brewed with Carvel's signature fudge and chocolate crunchies.

  • 8/5
    Urban Chestnut's Oachkatzlschwoaf
    Midwest

    O-Katz (or Oachkatzlschwoaf for the more adventurous) is a malty yet well-balanced Marzen-style lager featuring a rich, bready flavor and a clean finish.

  • 8/5
    4 Hands' On Air
    Midwest

    In collaboration with Nine Network, On Air is a variation of the traditional Belgian white ale. It is a refreshing summer beer brewed with lime juice, lime zest, cardamom and blackberry sage tea.

  • 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), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South) and Travis Campo (Deep South). Plus, Remo Remoquillo, creator of the header image.

    Submit new beers for the Weekly Release column here.

  • 8/10
    Zipline's DAAANG!
    Northeast

    An extra "dank" IPA that earns the name "DAAANG!"

  • 8/11
    El Segundo's Brut AF
    Southwest

    A collaboration with The Full Pint, this brut IPA is dry and light-bodied, with limited bitterness.

  • 8/11
    Wicked Weed's Golden Angel
    Southeast

    Golden Angel is a barrel-aged American sour ale fermented with apricots.

  • 8/11
    Wicked Weed's Red Angel
    Southeast

    Red Angel is a barrel-aged American sour ale fermented with raspberries.

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