Holiday Season is around the corner
If you love fresh hop IPA's, winter warmers, stouts, peppermint bark, and Christmas beers then you're in luck! Keep you're eye out for classic winter beers like Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA, Deschutes Jubelale, Odell Isolation, Sam Smith Winter Welcome, Anchor Christmas and the new Great Divide Peppermint Yeti! Cold months and delicious beer is on the way!
Deschutes launching new IPA
Deschutes has made a name for making some of the best IPA's availble on the market. This fall they will be launching another world class beer in Squeezy Rider West Coast Style IPA! This 7% IPA, with big tropical fruit punch aroma and melon like flavors paired with clean, light malt character will start hitting shelves on September 1st.
Oktoberfest Season is upon us!
It's that time of year where we will start to see some of our fall favorites! Keep an eye out for delicious, lightly hopped and malty sweet Fest style beers in the next couple months. Classics like Ayinger, Warsteiner, and Hofbrau will all be here soon! Modern versions like Sierra Nevada, Bells, Odell, and Surly are also on the way!
New Beers from Toppling Goliath
Many people are familiar with the world class Pompeii IPA out of Decorah Iowa, but what happens when you start adding even more mango and pineapple flavor to it! You get Pompeii Beach!
Later this summer, Soul Hunter Double IPA featuring hand selected Simcoe, Riwaka, and Simcoe Cryo Hops will be released! Be on the lookout!
New Beers from Bells!
This summer we will see two new beers coming our way from Bell's Brewing Co. Lemon Lime Flamingo Fruit Fight and Tropical Oberon.
Bell's has extended their popluar Flamingo Fruit Fight seasonal release, into a full on rotating series! Tropical Oberon will also be hitting shelves soon! This beer will be the 2021 Limited Release fruited variation of Bell's classic summer seasonal, Oberon Ale.
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