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Weekly Beer Releases for November 17th to 23rd

November 18, 2019

By October Staff, November 18, 2019

  • 11/19
    Elysian's Bifrost

    A winter pale ale that smells alluringly sweet, like caramel apples with a little spice and orange zest. Taste is bold and balanced with a good amount of citrus and earthy hop bitters to offset the malt character

  • 11/20
    4 Hands' Chocolate Milk Stout Variety Pack

    This special variety pack combines three new flavored milk stouts: Bananas Foster, Mississippi Mud Cake, and Chocolate Covered Cherry.

  • 11/20
    Great Lakes' Blackout Stout

    Pitch-dark and rich, this Russian imperial stout has deep notes of black malt and roasted barley, along with bitter hops.

  • 11/21
    Victory's Java Cask Gold

    Aged in Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels, this blonde stout uses lactose, brown sugar, cocoa nibs and coffee for a rich, round flavor profile with notes of vanilla, toffee and candied fruit.

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  • 11/23
    The Veil Brewing Co.'s Bourbon Distant

    Aged in bourbon barrels for 14 months and conditioned on sweet cherries, this is an especially bold, smooth stout.

  • 11/23
    Goose Island's Original Bourbon County Brand Stout and Variants

    November marks the much-anticipated annual release of both the original bourbon barrel-aged stout, with deep notes of cocoa, vanilla, caramel, almond, cherry, leather and tobacco, along with the special limited-release variants.

  • 11/23
    Highland Brewing Company's Black Watch

    With heaping amounts of cacao nibs, this double chocolate milk stout has a flavor reminiscent of a batch of freshly baked brownies.

  • 11/23
    Off Color Collab with Side Project and Perennial Procatstination

    White grapes, nectarine, and preserved lemon characterize this wild ale, part of the proceeds f which go towards the Wildcat Sanctuary.

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