Things get even more wintery in our latest collection of new releases…And we’ve five intoxicating craft beer directions (most of them massive) that you might want to chase down.
Three Bad Ass Beers (Salt lake City, UT) – Epic Brewing will be releasing three versions of Big Bad Baptist Imperial Stout in November and they all sound worthy of chasing down.
Quadruple Barrel Big Bad Baptist – Epic’s trademark Imperial Stout aged in first-use whiskey barrels with Blue Copper’s Brazil Cruzerio coffee beans, shaved coconut, and slivered almond.
OG Big Bad Baptist – One of Epic’s finest and most fussed over releases. This Big Bad Baptist variation is aged in hand-picked blend of first, second, and third use whiskey barrels and packed with Blue Copper’s lightly roasted Columbian beans.
Big Bad Baptista – Epic completes the trifecta this year with a Mexican take on their classic Imperial Stout crafted with warm and comforting combination of Mexican coffee, chocolate, cinnamon and vanilla.
Sauvé Guave (Easton, PA) – Pennsylvania’s Weyerbacher Brewing has a brand new fall addition that they refer to as an anti-pumpkin beer. Pink-hued with a clean and refreshing touch of tartness, Weyerbacher Rico Guave is a 9% ABV tropical Sour Ale brewed with pineapple and guava.
Cow Down (Eureka, CA) – Korean/Californian brewer, The Booth is releasing a South Korean favorite in California for the first time. An ideal easy-drinking stout to ease you from fall into winter, Dancing Cow Milk Stout is a 4.9% ABV seasonal with hints of brown sugar and the smoothness of milk and vanilla.
Award Yourself (Poncha Springs, CO) – Elevation Beer is returning an award-winning favorite, just in time for Día de los Muertos and autumn’s cooler months. Deep dark brown in color with a rich off-white head, Señorita Horchata is an 8.4% ABV Imperial Porter that took medals at 2014 World Beer Cup, the 2014 Australian International Beer Awards and the 2014 European Beer Star Award.