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Weekly Beer Releases for May 5th to 11th

May 05, 2019

By October Staff, May 05, 2019

  • 5/6
    Alesmith's ¡Muy Sabroso!
    Southwest

    Notes of coconut, lime and tangerine pervade this smooth tropical IPA that draws on the bright flavors of Sabro, a new hop varietal bred in part from wild hops grown in the American Southwest.

  • 5/6
    Harpoon's Juicer
    Northeast

    Citra and Galaxy hops star in this lively IPA. The flaked oats and wheat malt bring a thick, stable haze, while an English ale yeast amps up the tropical, citrusy notes of the hops.

  • 5/6
    Boulevard's Smooth Fuzz
    Midwest

    This blend of Belgian-style ales ages in oak barrels and foeders for up to 36 months with a final rest on whole apricots for a smooth, pleasantly tart result.

  • 5/7
    Toppling Goliath's Scorpius Morchella
    Midwest

    Brewed each year in celebration of morel foraging season, this hazy double IPA combines Pacific Northwestern and Southern hemisphere hops.

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  • 5/7
    Founders' Más Agave
    Midwest

    An homage to the classic margarita, this imperial gose is brewed with agave, lime and sea salt, then aged in tequila barrels for an added kick.

  • 5/7
    Hi-Wire Brewing's Rosé Ale
    Southeast

    Loosely inspired by rosé wine, this sweet, tart and refreshing fruit ale is brewed with raspberries, cranberries and grapes.

  • 5/7
    Highland Brewing's Rustic IPA
    Southeast

    A blend of Motueka, Zappa, Azacca and Strata hops echoes the aromas of fresh peaches, pineapple and lemongrass in this IPA.

  • 5/8
    Red Hook's Hoppy Hook Pack
    Northwest

    This pack contains four beers, including the classic Red Hook IPA and Bicoastal IPA.

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