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Weekly Beer Releases for March 24th to 30th

March 24, 2019

By October Staff, March 24, 2019

  • 3/25
    Bell's Oberon

    The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel to this interpretation of a classic summer wheat ale.

  • 3/25
    Karbach Brewing Co.'s Hella Chella

    A Tex-Mex mash-up of citrus and spice, this cerveza can stand up to chile-loaded dishes or add zing to a meal.

  • 3/25
    Abita's Subtle Tea

    This blonde ale brewed with Earl Grey tea with lemon features understated tannic notes with a hint of citrus.

  • 3/26
    New Belgium's Fleeting Violet

    Aged in orange liqueur barrels and finished with violet flowers, this sour has ephemeral hints of the blossoms in its aromatic profile.

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  • 3/26
    North Coast's Tart Cherry Berliner Weisse

    The juice of Michigan Montmorency cherries flavors this tangy ode to the classic Berliner Weisse style, while a touch of lactic acid gives the beer a springtime blush.

  • 3/26
    Brewdog Collab with Buxton Deep Slumber

    This 8.5% ABV rye porter has aromas of chocolate, berry fruit and an underlying bitterness to complement the sweet delivery.

  • 3/26
    21st Amendment's Toaster Pastry

    Biscuit malts give this India-style red ale a nutty flavor, while dark crystal malts create the mouthfeel and a flavor profile reminiscent of strawberry jam. Calypso and other experimental hops add a welcome bite.

  • 3/30
    Toppling Goliath's Assassin

    This bourbon barrel-aged stout takes over a year to mature, sometimes two, and displays notes of bourbon washing over a fudgy chocolate base in each sip.

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