Fall is ON! And we’ve some fun new releases that should pair smartly with the cooling weather and weekend drinking.
Mango To Go (San Francisco, CA) – The 21st Amendment Brewery’s beloved summer seasonal Hell or High Watermelon Wheat beer is getting new twist this fall. Another tasty example of the brewery’s commitment fruitful brewing, 21st Amendment Hell or High Mango is a 4.9% ABV mango-infused Wheat Ale brimming with floral tropical aromas and tart, fruity flavors.
“Hell or High Watermelon Wheat has been a summertime favorite since we first started brewing it in 2000 at our San Francisco South of Market brewpub,” said, 21st Amendment Co-Founder and Brewmaster Shaun O’Sullivan. “So we decided to mix things up for autumn and have a little fun with the flavors.”
All Day Drinking (Grand Rapids, MI) – It’s been years since Founders Brewing introduced the nation’s first session IPA, a precursor to the growing low-cal beer movement we see today. Brewed with complex array of malts, grains and hops, Founders All Day IPA is a 4.7% ABV India Pale Ale that is as good (and defining) as it ever was.
A Huge Classic Returns To The Valley (Boonville, CA) – With the season’s changing and temperatures cooling Anderson Valley Brewing is returning something HUGE. Aged in bourbon barrels for more than 12 months, Anderson Valley Huge Arker Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout is a massive, yet surprisingly drinkable, 15.5% ABV stout blend with a hefty malt backbone, layers of honey and molasses notes and hints of coffee, vanilla and dark fruits.
Ill-Tempered (Eugene, OR) – Oakshire Brewing is returning a beloved seasonal that’s been a winter-staple since 2008. Available this year in 16oz. 4-Packs, as well as on draft, Oakshire Ill-Tempered Gnome is a 6.8% ABV American Brown Ale with a sturdy malt backbone and layers upon layers of resinous hop flavors.