Summer is ON…And brewers are addressing the hot weather season with a variety of interesting beer offerings that you might want to want to chase down.
When Is A Beer, A Beer? (Louisville, KY) – One of Louisville’s most innovative breweries, Against the Grain has a new super-premium beer that couldn’t be more appropriately named. Described as a beer “for the people, by the people, to enjoy with the people,” Against the Grain A Beer is a 4.5% ABV Lager that’s light, crisp and unrelentingly refreshing.
18 Months In The Making (Kansas City, MO) – Boulevard Brewing has a new uber-limited First Friday Collection release, a series of exceptional beers that skirt the margins of experimental art and serious drinking. Available on draft and in 750 ml bottles, Boulevard Hold The Pancakes is an enormous 13.9% ABV multi-vintage blend of Imperial Brown Ales and Stouts aged for nearly two years in bourbon, rye and maple syrup-filled whiskey casks. Yes!
Artful Brewing (Comstock Park, MI) – Perrin Brewing Company has debuted a special limited release beer specially brewed as the official beer of the 50th Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts. The Festival of the Arts is a free is three-day community event celebrating almost every discipline of the arts including dance, music, literature, media, visual arts and design. And Perrin Amber of the Arts is an “arty’ 6% ABV Amber Ale.
As Gose LA, So Gose The Nation (Los Angeles, CA) – Angel City Brewery is celebrating the Central Valley’s strawberry season with a new seasonal that’s sweet, salty, sassy and stays classy. First introduced at the 2018 California State Fair where it won a Gold Medal, Angel City Strawberry Gose is fruit-forward and sessionable Gose-Style Ale that will berry you, but never bury you.