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Weekly Beer Releases for December 1st to 7th

December 02, 2019

By October Staff, December 02, 2019

  • 12/1
    Wicked Weed's Silencio

    Aged in bourbon barrels, this sour black ale gains complexity from the addition of Madagascar vanilla beans and coffee from Mountain Air Roasting.

  • 12/1
    Jack's Abbey's Hoponius on Holiday

    A tropical twist on the brewery's Hoponius Union, this IPL combines cold lager fermentation with a West Coast IPL hop profile. The result boasts big, fruit flavors and a citrusy aroma with a pleasant touch of bitterness.

  • 12/1
    Second Self's Nitro Molé Porter

    Brewed with California, pasilla and chipotle chiles, along with cinnamon, cloves and cacao nibs, this porter has a creamy mouthfeel courtesy of the added nitrogen.

  • 12/3
    Stone Brewing's Enjoy By 01.01.20

    This brut IPA is bone-dry and bursting with notes of citrus and peach. As the name suggests, it's meant to be enjoyed around the holidays rather than left to age.

  • Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.

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  • 12/3
    Firestone Walker's Krieky Bones

    Nimble flavors of pie crust and spice mingle with Montmorency cherry aromas in this wild beer.

  • 12/3
    Goose Island's Fathomless

    This Baltic porter pours a deep ruby-black and has a roasty aroma with subtle notes of molasses. On the palate, it has balanced notes of bittersweet chocolate, tobacco and dark fruit.

  • 12/3
    Hi-Wire Collab with Zillicoah Beer Co. Irish Stout

    Brewed with North Carolina malt, this 4.5% ABV Irish stout has plenty of body and roasty chocolate notes.

  • 12/7
    Revolution Brewing's Ryeway to Heaven

    Bourbon and rye barrels work together in this ample-bodied 14.5% ABV ryewine that finishes smooth and dry.

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