With fall releases just around the corner, things stay fairly seasonal in our latest collection of new offerings…And we’ve five intriguing craft beer directions that you might want to chase down.
Bee Here Now (Athens, GA) – Creature Comforts Brewing has an interesting new offering coming later this month. Brewed with Styrian Golding and aged Cascade hops, Common Things is a 6.2% mixed-culture Saison made with honey sourced from local bees associated with University Of Georgia’s Honey Bee Program.
Single-Minded (Atlanta, GA) – SweetWater Brewing has interesting Catch & Release Series seasonal coming down the pike that’s a graduate of its Hatchery Pilot Brewery. Golden and hazy, SweetWater Mosaic Single Hop is exactly that, a 6.2% ABV Mosaic hop only India Pale Ale.
Things Are Just Peachy At Allagash (Portland, ME) – Allagash Brewing is returning a tart and peachy sour that they were unable to craft in 2017 due to a massive crop failure. Available this year throughout the brewery’s entire 17 states (and DC) footprint, Allagash Farm to Face is 5.2% ABV American Sour Pale Ale that the brewery describes as “like biting into a juicy, yet tart, peach.”
Better By Half (Grand Rapids, MI) – Founders Brewing has announced the fifth installment in the 2018 Barrel-Aged Series. Aged for months in bourbon barrels that have previously held maple syrup, Founders Curmudgeon’s Better Half is a 12.7% ABV blast from the past and it’s the first time this classic has been bottled since 2012!
Best New Georgia IPA! (Atlanta, GA) – Monday Night Brewing has returned one of their most requested beers last week so move on this because it won’t be around forever. Monday Night’s Dust Bunny is a refreshing, unfiltered IPA with HUGE lemon and orange tones that was crowned the Best New Georgia IPA 2017.