Pink Drink is an ultra-crushable tart wheat ale with lemongrass & raspberries; simple, refreshing, & pink. A kettle sour with the perfect balance of raspberry fruit sweetness & fresh candied-lemon aroma from lemongrass.
Fresh Harvest Saison brewed with whole Florida-grown kumkwats, grains of paradise, and Citra hops.
Galaxy and Denali hopped juice bomb in cans made exclusively for our friends at Wegmans' 18 Pennsylvania locations.
Collaboration with Finback. Double IPA with two types of vanilla beans, waffle cones, and lactose.
This Bavarian-style wheat ale is brewed with locally sourced mango, and rests at 5.5% alcohol by volume and 13 IBU. The slight banana and clove aroma and tropical fruit flavors of mango are perfect for those sunny summer days on the water.
Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.
All thanks to our releases team: Mark Reiser (Canada East), James Walker (California), Jeffrey Wiser, (Pacific Coast), John Barree (Mid-Atlantic), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), Matt Landes (Mountains), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South), Travis Campo (Deep South).
Brewed with Nordic IPA yeast, flaked barley, dry hopped 3x with Citra/Amarillo hops and then conditioned gently on Satsuma Orange and Madagascar Vanilla. Brewery release.
Calapooia's popular summer favorite is back. Pacific Pils is a light, crisp, and refreshing pilsner with traditional Sterling hops.
Loaded with Hallertau Blanc, Simcoe, Mosaic, Motueka, and Denali hops, resulting in an uncommonly delightful profile bursting with stone fruit, citrus, and tropical radness. Available during an online sale on 6/19 for pickup at the brewery.
The Duck-Rabbit Schwarzbier is a refreshing summer lager (sometimes referred to as a "black pils"). In true Duck-Rabbit fashion, they've made this one extra schwarzy. It's very dark and quite roasty. Lots of Hallertau hops give this brew an authentic German character.
Seafair Summer Ale is celebration of Seattle's famous Seafair festival. Lemondrop hops from the Yakima Valley top off a base of Centennial and Casade, creating a light, crisp, lemony offering that's perfect for a day on the water.
Pelican Brewing's Queen of Hearts is a member of their Barrel-Aged Series as this farmhouse Saison was aged in gin barrels. A touch of gin and a bit of heat are eased by smooth farmhouse notes.
With nearly 500 pounds of peaches from Mt. View Orchards in Parkdale, Oregon, this Belgian Ale ferments on the fruit with Double Mountain's House yeast and Brettanomyces for nine months. The result is a juicy, farmhouse paradise. Lightly tart and refreshing, this one drinks easy, with peach and ripe citrus peeking through a farmhouse of funk. Annual release, highly regarded, bottles availalbe and on draft.
This easy-drinking version of a New England-style India Pale Ale is defined by the overabundance of hop aroma and flavor with minimal bitterness to deliver a fruit-juicy experience. The light malt presence is enhanced with oats and wheat for a soft mouthfeel and light residual sweetness.
A limited release version of Wingman's popular P-51 Porter, this coconut variant features a healthy dose of chocolate and what some may call an absurd amount of coconut.
Board Shorts is a dry-hopped pale ale brewed with guava, passion fruit, and loads of tropically-flavored hops. A portion of the proceeds from Boardshorts' sales will be donated to Project Koru, an organization supporting cancer survivors.