With fall almost here, things get even more seasonal in our latest collection of new offerings…And we’ve five intriguing craft beer directions that you might want to chase down.
Fog Warning (San Francisco, CA) – Potrero Hill, a neighborhood that Anchor Brewing calls home is known for its fog…and they’ve named their newest IPA to reflect that. First developed at Public Taps, Anchor’s new pilot brewery which is located right across the street from their production facility, Fog Breaker IPA is a 6.8 % ABV India Pale Ale with intense aromas of ripe pineapple, melons and resinous pine and assertively bitter taste.
Local Industry (Garnerville, NY) – Industrial Arts Brewing has released the second canned offering in their local-centric lager series. Brewed using all New York State ingredients and available now in 16oz-4packs at the brewery’s Garnerville taproom. Partial sales of Industrial Arts Autumn Landscape Lager will be donated to Keep Rockland Beautiful a non-profit dedicated to keep the Hudson Valley’s waterways as pristine as possible.
Get Crushed (Newark. DE) – A multi-state based brewing operation, Iron Hill (which is actually made up of 12 separate brewpubs locations up and down the East Coast), is offering something bright and sessionable and happily it comes in 16oz cans. Brewed to be paired with another, Iron Hill Crusher is a 5% ABV Session IPA with smooth notes of ripe pineapple and grapefruit and a lightly hopped finish.
Saloon Lager (Victor, NY) – Constellation Brand is rolling out something special that was served at pre-prohibition saloons. Available now in Minneapolis, Salt Lake City and Phoenix. Complex yet sessionable, Western Standard is a 5.2% ABV modern barrel-aged lager blended with beer aged in High West bourbon barrels.
Cran-Buried (Juneau, AK) – The 49th State’s largest craft brewery, Alaskan Brewing Company has a new seasonal release primed for the fall. Alaskan Cranberry Tart is a 5.8% ABV Wheat Ale brewed with spruce tips for a subtle dryness and cranberries that lend a light tartness to its finish.