Things get even more interesting in our latest collection of new releases…And we’ve five autumnal craft beer directions that you’re going to want to track down.
Hi Times Two (Ashville, NC) – Two of Asheville, North Carolina’s most beloved breweries Highland and Hi-Wire Brewing have joined forces to craft a plum product. Hi-Wire/Highland Plum Nectar is a 4% ABV dry-hopped Berliner Weisse that, you’ll be suprised to learn, was brewed with plums.
Crewed (Kihei, Hawaii) – Maui Brewing is re-releasing a brewing crew house favorite that takes the lager in hoppier directions. Tethered to crisp malty base provided by Pilsner and Munich malts and tempered with Centennial and Citra hops, Maui Hop Kine IPL is a 5.7% ABV India Pale Lager that’s clean, light, and crushable.
Dankness Cometh (Hood River, OR) – Oregon’s pFriem Family Brewers has a new fall release that ups ante on dankness… Inspired by the brewery’s new centrifuge that can separate beer from dank dry-hopping leftovers, pFriem Dank IPA is a 7.8% ABV light copper India Pale Ale with hints of blueberry and a bright hoppy finish.
A Reason To Be Euphoric (Durango, CO) – Ska Brewing has returned new cold-weather seasonal that they once again brewed in association with Colorado-based Venture Snowboards. Basically Ska does the beer and Venture crafts a custom snowboard using the brewery’s distinctive artwork. Darker than one would expect for a beer of this style, Ska Euphoria Pale Ale is a 6.2% winter seasonal with a subtle caramel sweetness and a hint of chocolate.
Better Red Than Dead (Boston, Ma) – The Boston Beer Company recently released something uber-seasonal that’s only available in the Samuel Adams Craft Can Variety Pack. Deep crimson in color and packed to the max with rich roasted malts, Samuel Adams Red Lager is a 5.9% ABV malt-forward newbie with big aromatic notes of red fruit and toffee.