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Weekly Beer Releases, Sunday September 10th

September 10, 2017

By Eno Sarris, September 10, 2017

  • 9/10
    Weyerbacher Dallas Sucks Pale Ale
    Mid-Atlantic

    This one’s for the FANS! Flavor forward, this brew was made for tailgating in parking lots, celebrating first downs and big hits, high-fiving friends and basking in the thrill of victory. Release at brewery and Jose Pistolas locations. Wider distribution after 9/10.

  • 9/11
    Brasserie Dunham Bracia Dymie
    Canada - Quebec

    Polish Grodziskie Brewed with wheat 65% smoked with oak wood, in collaboration with the brewery Browar Widawa Poland.

  • 9/11
    Mother Earth Four Seasons Autumn Imperial Peanut Butter Stout
    California

    Blended from different vintages and a touch of other bold beers, Barrel-Aged Sin Tax becomes a more complex offering with notes of toasted marshmallow, chocolate, and graham crackers, akin to an adult version of a S'more.

  • 9/12
    Odell Rupture IPA
    Mountains

    Odell's newest IPA, Rupture, will bring the freshest hops possible. Odell has made its own unique machine for grinding fresh, whole hops to create a unique fresh hop process. They state "grinding the whole hop [they] 'rupture' the lupulin inside – releasing the oils that give the beer its flavor." Rupture certainly tastes extremely fresh; it is vibrant, well rounded, and has a subtle bitterness.

  • 9/12
    Cascade One Way or Another Sour Ale
    National

    There truly are layers to this: sour triple ales, oak wine barrel brewing and a balance of flavors from regionally sourced lemons and marionberries. Bubbly and bright, with a dry finish, One Way or Another (7.9% ABV) represents a collaboration with Bruery Terreux that is uniquely interpreted by each individual brewery.

  • Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.

    All thanks to our releases team: Kyle Andrus (Canada), James Walker (California), Jason Langendorf, (Pacific Coast), John Barree (Mid-Atlantic), Kent Dolphay (Upper Mid-West), Jake Lampert (Lower Mid-West), MA Parker (Mountains), Ken Goyette (North East Coast), Tucker Anders (Upper South), Travis Campo (Deep South). 

    Thanks, team!

  • 9/12
    Jackie O's / Evil Twin You're in the Jungle Baby Imperial Stout
    Mid-Atlantic

    A pasilla chili filled with mexican chocolate sherbet. The pasilla chili can be very mild or super spicy, yet you can’t tell until you try! This inspired the 12% Imperial Stout, brewed with the very same pasilla chili. Following the mysterious quality of that chili, 25% of the cans produced feature an extra spicy intensity! In house at Jackie O's.

  • 9/14
    Left Hand Saison Au Genièvre
    Mountains

    Left Hand's Saison line up is solid to say the least. This earthy classic draws its flavors from locally sourced Colorado Juniper berries. Go ahead, let the name entice you; this farmstyle saison presents with a light to medium body, a dry and crisp earthiness with just the right amount of tart from the Juniper berries. At 6.8% this seasonal release is an excellent cool fall afternoon beer.

  • 9/14
    Goose Island Le Gardien Strong Ale
    National

    Le Gardien is an ale with slightly sweet, yet balanced maltiness and a subtle hint of pear, making it the perfect late summer sipper. Fulton & Wood Series Beer.

  • 9/15
    Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout
    National

    Each September, Oskar Blues releases this perinneal heavy weight. Ten Fidy packs a smooth chocolate-covered caramel and coffee punch blanketed by sweet and roasty malty backbone that pushes ones taste buds to the ropes. Ten Fidy is a hefty 65 IBU and 10.5% ABV but busting with chocolate and two-row malts and roasted barley. A perfect fall time imperial stout for a cool night.

  • 9/15
    Boulevard Whiskey Barrel Stout
    National

    Loosely based on a previous Smokestack Series Limited Release, Whiskey Barrel Stout's malt base is robust. To balance its chewy, complex malt presence, Whiskey Barrel Stout is hopped with Magnum and Columbus hops to provide just enough bitterness to prevent the beer from presenting as cloyingly sweet. Following fermentation with our house Scottish yeast strain that contributes notes of dates and plum, Whiskey Barrel Stout is transferred to freshly emptied whiskey barrels from a variety of our favorite distillers.

  • ZX Ventures, a division within AB InBev, is an investor in October
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