November is ON with winter to come, and American craft brewers are addressing the changing season with more exciting offerings you’re gonna want have around.
The Apple Of Our Eyes (Indianapolis, IN) – Sun King Brewing, one of Indiana’s largest craft breweries, was awarded more medals at the GABF than any other brewery in the competition. And the brewery is returning a King’s Reserve Series offering that’s perfect for the changing season.
Crafted with dried local apple and sweetened with brown sugar, Sun King Caramel Apple Tripel is a massive 13.2% ABV Belgian-Style Tripel which was aged to perfection in specially curated rum barrels.
Flower Powered (San Diego, CA) – AleSmith Brewing has partnered with Beachwood Brewing on a new fall-friendly limited release. Brewed with a monstrous blend of Galaxy, Cashmere and Nelson hops, AleSmith Tower of Flower is a 6.8% ABV West Coast-Style India Pale Ale that’s double dry-hopped and brimming with intense notes of passionfruit, citrus, peach and melon.
“If anyone can forge a solid West Coast-style IPA, it’s two SoCal breweries with a shared passion for hops, said Ryan Crisp, Head Brewer and Director of Brewery Operations at AleSmith. ““We were stoked to team up with Beachwood again for Tower of Flower.”
Born In Baha And Brewed In The USA (San Diego, CA) – SouthNorte Beer Co was founded by Ryan Brooks, a brewer whose mission is to bring Mexico’s flavors to serious beers crafted in the US. And his take on the Michelada is definitely worth a visit.
While some of you might be familiar with the michelada, many beer lovers are not. A michelada is a Mexican beer cocktail that’s traditionally served in a squat chilled glass rimmed with coarse salt.
Mexican beer’s answer to the Bloody Mary, SouthNorte Sea Chelada is a 4.5% ABV Michelada-Style Lager that is authentically crafted with tomato puree, lime and a hint of spice and sea salt.
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