A hoppy dark lager that combines the hops of a dank IPA, the malt of a brown ale, and the yeast profile of a bock.
A bigger, bolder version of Highland Brewing Company's legendary winter seasonal. Notes of vanilla, hazelnut, dark fruit and cinnamon enhance this imperial winter ale.
A deep, dark imperial stout with incredible depth and hints of molasses and licorice. Although it's delicious upon release, allowing it to age in the cellar for a year will only improve the flavor.
This Baltic-inspired English porter is complex, smooth and malt-forward with hints of blackcurrant and dark fruit. All of this is complemented by a touch of Madagascar vanilla.
Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.
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Just in time for the holidays is this strong, spiced seasonal ale has big complex flavors. Brewed only one day per year, this high octane 8.1% ABV brew has plenty of Centennial and Golding hops and is capped with a dose of cinnamon and nutmeg.
This latest entry in Revolution's sour series is an easy-drinking, lightly tart ale with sweet earthy berry flavors from black currants.
Sour fermentation tempers the juicy-sweet blackberries with a touch of tartness, and a rest in bourbon barrels delivers ripples of oak and toasted coconut in this sour ale.
Aged in apple brandy and bourbon barrels with a touch of cinnamon and coconut, this BBA stout is startlingly complex.