Guinness’ Newest Is Over The Moon (Baltimore, MD) – Based just 10 miles south of downtown Baltimore, Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House is doing exciting things. And while the majority of releases from the company’s first US brewery in more than 60 years, have seen limited distribution, their latest, which is currently available in select areas including the Baltimore, Boston, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia metro areas, will get a nationwide rollout in November. A permanent addition to the company’s portfolio, Guinness Over The Moon Milk Stout is a 5.3% ABV lactose-fueled stout with nuanced hints of roasted malt, milk chocolate and rich coffee.
Stone Returns Two Favs For The Fall (Escondido, CA) – With the nights getting longer and the temps a bit cooler, Stone Brewing has returned two fan favorites worth your time. Crisp, clean and uber-balanced, Stone Ghost Hammer is a Loral hop laced 6.5% India Pale Ale. And inspired by the warm, bold and distinctive flavors of Mexican hot chocolate, Stone Xocoveza is a rich and creamy 8.1% ABV Imperial Stout that’s a festive nod to two nations.
Peach Cobbler In A Glass (Atlanta, GA) – Monday Night Brewing is releasing something new this weekend that’s both sour and sweet. Brewed with 800 pounds of fresh Georgia Sun King peaches. Ugandan vanilla beans, Vietnamese cinnamon and lactose, Monday Night Cloaks & Mirrors is a 6% ABV Pastry Sour Milkshake IPA that the brewery describes as “peach cobbler in a glass.”
Cosmic (Winchester, Ohio) – BrewDog USA has a new OverWorks release that we can’t wait to get our hands on. Crafted with freshly cut apricots that take center stage, BrewDog’s Overworks Cosmic Crush is 6% ABV Sour Ale with a tart body, mouthwatering juiciness and lingering fruity finish.
Haze Crazed (Durango, CO) – Arguably America’s most popular beer style, Ska Brewing is excited to finally offer a Hazy IPA in a can. Rich with juicy and citrus-forward tropical notes, The Hazy IPA is a 6.5% ABV, full-bodied New England-styled India Pale Ale that’s the product of more than a year of experimentation on Ska’s Mod pilot system.