Winter is ON. And American craft brewers are addressing the season with a new slate of beers you’re gonna want have around.
Creature Comforts And Sierra Nevada Get Comfortable (Athens, GA) – Every year, Creature Comforts Brewing Co. partners with a new brewery to create a collaborative beer as a part of its ‘Get Comfortable’ community impact program.
Combining the directives of both Sierra Nevada’s and Creature Comfort’s fine brewing programs, A Force For Good is a massive 12.8% ABV Jamaican Rum Barrel-Aged Imperial Brown Ale which was crafted with Brazilian Amburana wood.
As a part of the Get Comfortable collaboration, 100-percent of the profits from the beer will go toward Get Comfortable, which is a year-round outreach program designed to channel the generosity of many toward the Athens, GA community’s most pressing needs.
A Serious Stout (San Diego, CA) – AleSmith Brewing is celebrating the winter with the final limited-release of 2021 from its annual Speedway Stout Series. A delicately indulgent rendition of AleSmith’s signature original, AleSmith Speedway Stout Variant #4: Madagascar Vanilla & Ceylon Alba Cinnamon is a 12% ABV Imperial Stout with a subtle milky character interlaced with notes of chocolate, roast and a gentle spiciness.
“We always look forward to these quarterly releases, so I’m thrilled to bring this next variant to Speedway Stout lovers everywhere,” says Ryan Crisp, Head Brewer and Director of Brewery Operations at AleSmith. “We know our Imperial stout has a large following that look forward to trying these new creations, which makes it that much more rewarding.”
Serious Beer From The N/A Corner (Campbell, CA) – Non-Alcoholic beers have come a long way’s since craft beer’s emergence. And Surreal Brewin, a non-alcoholic brewery in Northern California, makes a very convincing N/A Kölsch. With a its delicate malty character, Surreal Kölsch is buzz-free year-round offering with only 17 calories, hints of honeydew melon, and a crisp refreshing finish. Impressive!
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