These are no longer normal times…So why drink something normal especially in 2021?
Blue-Buried (Portland, OR) – Oregon is home to some of the best blueberries grown anywhere in the world and Cascade Brewing has a new February release that was aged for more than two years on fresh blueberries proudly grown in Oregon’s bountiful Willamette Valley. Cascade Blueberry features a blend of sour triple and blond ales aged in Pinot Noir barrels with specially curated Oregon blueberries. Available in 250ml slim cans, in 500ml glass bottles and in draft kegs, this exotic fruit blend ranges between 7.8% and 8.3% ABV, depending on packaging.
Brazilian Soul (San Diego, CA) – Novo Brazil Brewing is an international, award winning brewery based in Southern California and guided by its Brazilian soul. And the company is returning a limited-release fan favorite, just in time to end your dry January the right way. Melding the complexity of a bold India Pale Ale with grapefruit tropicality, Novo The Grapefruit is an 8.3% ABV Imperial IPA with a bright fresh grapefruit infusion and huge
A Beer To Pine For (Asheville, NC) – Highland Brewing has a new addition to its year-round portfolio that was named after the region’s beloved mountain pines. Brewed with a smart menu of Mosaic, Simcoe, Centennial, and Comet hops, Highland High Pines Imperial IPA is a resinous 9% ABV West Coast-Style India Pale Ale with big woodland aromatics and a malt-forward finish that lingers.
“High Pines was made in the tradition of old-school West Coast IPAs.” Said Highland brewer Jesse Lapinski. “While it does not shy away from big bitter, resinous hops, it has a good malty body to balance that bitter, piney flavor.”
Light Speed (Columbus, OH) – BrewDog USA has a new low calorie offering that absolutely doesn’t drink like one. Crafted with an all-star menu of Cascade, Centennial, Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops, BrewDog Lightspeed is a 4% ABV Hazy Pale Ale with only 99 calories and plenty of velocity.
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