This weekend’s collection of new beer offerings range from a barrel-aged cherry Lambic to an Irish Porter from Colorado that absolutely kills it.
Death By Coconut (Longmont, CO) – Oskar Blues is returning a seasonal cult fav…and it’s killer! Brewed with pure liquid cacao and coconut sugar, Oskar Blues Death By Coconut is a 6.5% ABV Coconut Porter with a morbidly malty ambience that matches flavors of bittersweet cacao with creamy coconut notes.
Creature Comforts Announces Two Wood Cellar Offerings (Athens, GA) – After recently expanding its wood cellar facility, Creature Comforts Brewing Company will begin offering two beers from the program on a more frequent basis. And both beers showcase specially curated ingredients from local farms.
Creature Comforts DaySpring is a bottle-conditioned 5.3% ABV Grisette made with wheat sourced locally from DaySpring Farms.
Creature Comforts Common Things is a 5.3% ABV mixed fermentation Farmhouse-Style Saison made with honey sourced from local bees.
Fresh Hopped! (Seattle, WA) – Two Beers Brewing is returning a fall favorite for its tenth season and it remains one of the brewery’s most popular releases. Made with hops that were handpicked by dozens of staff and volunteers at The Woods Tasting Room and brewed within 24 hours of harvest, Two Beers 2019 Fresh Hop IPA is a 6.2% ABV India Pale Ale with a juicy citrus aroma balanced with a remarkably bitter finish.
Upping The Kriek (Hood River, OR) – One of our favorite breweries, pFriem Family Brewers has an exciting new release that celebrates the Flanders Lambic tradition. A blend three differently aged Lambic variations rested on lush juicy cherries grown right up the road from the brewery, PFriem Oude Kriek is a 5.3% ABV Flanders Red Ale with a nutty fruity flavor and a dry tangy finish.