Fall is on and winter not that far away, and American craft brewers are addressing the changing season with new beers you’re gonna want to chase down.
Banned In Seven States (Boonville, CA) – The holidays are here and Anderson Valley Brewing is celebrating the season with the return of something HUGE. Aged in bourbon barrels for more than 12 months, Anderson Valley Huge Arker is a massive, yet surprisingly drinkable, 15.5% ABV Imperial Stout with a hefty burnished oak malt backbone, layers of honey and molasses notes and hints of coffee, vanilla and dark fruits.
Actually illegal in seven states, Huge Arker is a rich and complex beer that demands to be savored.
“It’s a great day when we finally get to release Huge Arker. Making a beer like this is always a fun process,” said AVBC President Kevin McGee. “While the ABV is certainly one of the first things people look at, there’s a lot more to this beer. For anyone who is into big, complex beers, this is for you.”
Tropical And Hoppy (Naperville, IL) – With more craft breweries than ever before, brewing serious non-alcoholic beer, ACB is expanding our coverage to include new NA beers that matter. And Go Brewing has an India Pale Ale that is crafty and convincing.
Inspired by Ben Mollin who grew from a suicidal 14-year old to an award-winning speaker, 3-time Ironman finisher, ultramarathon runner and peak performance strategist, Go Burn It Down is a buzz-free IPA deftly crafted with Centennial and Citra hops.
A Porter “To Die For” (Longmont, CO) – Oskar Blues is returning popular seasonal which has developed a rabid cult following over the years. Seamlessly melding balanced notes of bittersweet cacao and creamy coconut, Oskar Blues Death By Coconut is an award-winning 6.5% ABV Porter that earned a silver medal at the GABF in the chocolate beer category.
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