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Weekly Beer Releases for March 17th to 23rd

March 17, 2019

By October Staff, March 17, 2019

  • 3/19
    Stone's Drink by 4.20.19
    Southwest

    This annual celebration of devastating dank hops returns in the form of a 9.4% ABV double IPA.

  • 3/19
    Great Lakes' Cloud Cutter
    Midwest

    Citrusy hop flavors and aromas barrel roll through a cloud cover of pillowy wheat and crisp malt in this hoppy wheat ale brewed as a tribute to the Cleveland Air Races.

  • 3/19
    Troegs' LolliHop
    Northeast

    Mosaic, Citra and Azacca hops combine in this double IPA with big notes of grapefruit, orange and melon. Rustic pale ale provides the backbone and makes this beer silky smooth with a touch of haze.

  • 3/19
    Saint Archer's Mexican Lager
    Southwest

    Perfect with a slice of lime, this Mexican lager is crisp, clean and great for warm spring afternoons.

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  • 3/20
    Shiner's Dragon's Milk Reserve Raspberry Hibiscus
    Southwest

    Raspberry pairs perfectly with the chocolate notes in this 11% ABV imperial bourbon barrel-aged stout's malt characteristics, while a hint of hibiscus brings a delicate fruity tartness.

  • 3/22
    Terrapin's Krunkles IPA Travel Trunk
    Southeast

    This travel IPA pack features the Panama Krunkles, with pineapple and papaya, the Luau Krunkles, with passionfruit, orange and guava, and Mr. Krunkles, a tropical-forward IPA.

  • 3/23
    Off Color's Barrel Aged Dino S'Mores
    Midwest

    This campfire cult favorite beer spent 13 months aging in Buffalo Trace barrels with smooth, decadent results.

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