Allagash - Mattina Rossa

02 March 2015

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Here we have the 2015 packaging for Allagash Mattina Rossa.  This ale is brewed with 440-pounds of local raspberries and aged in red wine oak barrels with Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus for 18- months.  This beer continues to age an additional 6 months on raspberries before being blended into the final mix.  This is a 12.7oz bottle and the beer will come in @ 6.6%-AbV.
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BridgePort Brewing - Stumptown Tart 2015

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Here’s your first look at the 2015 packaging for BridgePort Brewing Stumptown Tart.  For 2015, this Belgian Style Ale uses Northwest raspberries.  Look for Stumptown Tart to be packaged in 22oz bottles and the beer comes in at 7.7%-AbV.
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Mikkeller Single Hop Series: Warrior, Tomahawk, Sorachi Ace, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, Chinook, Cascade & Amarillo

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Today we get to see a ton of new Single Hop Series beers coming from Mikkeller.  Here we have:  Warrior, Tomahawk, Sorachi Ace, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, Chinook, Cascade & Amarillo.  These are all American-Style IPA’s, they will all be packaged in 11.2oz bottles at DeProef and they all come in at 6.9%-AbV.
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Dogfish Head - Glancing Blow English-Style Pale

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Here’s an interesting keg label coming from Dogfish Head.  This is Glancing Blow and it is an English-style Pale Ale.  This beer will come in @ 5%-AbV and stay tuned for more details.
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Captain Lawrence - Effortless IPA 12oz Bottles

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Here’s your first look at some of the new packaging and beers coming from Captain Lawrence Brewing in Elmsford, NY.  This is Effortless IPA and it is a session IPA that will come in at 4.5%-AbV and 45 IBU.  This beer is packaged in 12oz bottles and stay tuned for release details.
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Susquehanna Brewing - Hopcel-lerator IPA Coming To Bottles

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Here’s your first look at a new bottle coming from our very own Susquehanna Brewing Co.  This is Hopcel-Lerator IPA (Hopcellerator) and it is a Wes- Coast-style IPA that will use Citra, Simcoe, Cascade & Amarillo hops.  Look for this beer to be packaged in 12oz bottle and stay tuned for AbV and release details.
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16 Mile Brewing - Seed-Free & Joy Watermelon Ale

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Here’s an exciting new bottle coming from 16-Mile Brewing Co in Georgetown, DE.  This is Seed-Free & Joy and it is an ale brewed with watermelon (with a Tiger eating a watermelon on the label.)  This beer is packaged in 12oz bottles and it will come in @ 4.9%-AbV.  Stay tuned for release details.
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Bent Paddle Brewing - Paddle Break Blonde 12oz Cans

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Here’s a new can coming from Bent Paddle Brewing Co in Duluth, MN.  This is Paddle Break Blonde and it is a Belgian-style blonde ale.  No word on AbV and this beer is packaged in 12oz cans.

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Stoudts Partners With We Can Mobil Canning For Pils & APA

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From We Can Mobil Canning & Stoudts:

Something CANTASTIC is coming to Stoudts
That's right Pils is in the can. These should be available by early next week, but supply is limited.

And coming very soon, APA will be canned as well.

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Atwater - Vanilla Java Porter 16oz Cans

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Here’s another new 16oz can coming to Atwater Brewery in Detroit, MI.  This is their classic Vanilla Java Porter and it will remain at 4.5%-AbV.  For 2015, Vanilla Java Porter will also be available in 16oz Ball cans so stay tuned for release details.
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Harpoon UFO - Big Squeeze Returns in 12oz Cans & Bottles

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Here we have the 2015 packaging for Harpoon UFO Big Squeeze.  This grapefruit shandy remains at 4.5%-AbV and for 2015 it will remain in 12oz cans and bottles (below).
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SweetWater Unveils Limited-Edition Atlanta Braves Packaging

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ATLANTA (March 2015) – The boys and girls at SweetWater Brewery couldn’t wait until Opening Day to hit a home run in Braves Country. Georgia’s largest craft brewery and the Atlanta Braves have teamed up to introduce a limited run of cobranded beer packaging featuring iconic Turner Field and the Braves logo and colors.



Beginning in early March, Braves and beer enthusiasts can all catch the brewery’s two most popular styles, 420 Extra Pale Ale and IPA, sporting the new design in 12-pack bottle packages. To sweeten the deal, SweetWater is debuting its new Take Two Pils cans in a co-branded 12-pack as well.



“Our partnership with the Braves has been fantastic so far, and featuring both the team and the stadium on our packaging makes it even better,” said SweetWater Founder and Big Kahuna Freddy Bensch. “We can’t wait for the 2015 season to kick off so that even more fans can enjoy the SweetWater goodness at Turner Field this year. It’s fun to give fans the opportunity to bring that experience into their homes with these beautiful 420, IPA and Take Two Pils packages!”


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The 2014 addition of SweetWater’s can line was welcomed with open arms by craft beer fans around the Southeast, who snatched up 420 Extra Pale Ale and IPA in 12-ounce and 16-ounce cans to sip at the lake, the beach, the game and the porch. The brewery expands its lineup with Take Two Pils this spring with more brews to come throughout the year. While these three lip-smackin’ styles are available year-round in bottles and cans, the co-branded Atlanta Braves packaging is limited. Look for the 12-pack bottles of 420 Extra Pale Ale and IPA as well as Take Two Pils 12-pack cans all over Braves Country leading up to Opening Day and well into the 2015 season!



For more information on SweetWater Brewing Co., visit sweetwaterbrew.com. For more information on the 2015 Atlanta Braves season including ticket packages, full schedules and concessions, visit atlantabraves.com

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Shmaltz Brewing Releases New Blend of Funky Jewbelation For 2015!

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Clifton Park, NY -- Monday, March 2, 2015 -- There's a whole lot of funk and rhythm going down at Shmaltz Brewing with a brand new blend of Funky Jewbelation® dancing off of the packaging line at its Upstate New York brewery. The limited-edition March 2015 release of Funky Jewbelation® launches Shmaltz's ambitious 2015 brewing schedule, and starts the year off on the good foot (as James Brown would sing). This year's Funky Jewbelation® (9.4% ABV, March 2015) features six ales and lagers aged in bourbon and rye whiskey barrels, and it's now nationally available in 22 oz. bottles and a limited amount of draft at select bars.

Funky Jewbelation® is the latest Limited Engagement in the brewery's bold and captivating Barrel-Aged Series. This year's hand crafted recipe of Funky Jewbelation® is an expert mash-up of Jewbelation Reborn® (aged 16 months), Messiah Nut Brown Ale® (aged 8 months), Bittersweet Lenny's R.I.P.A.® (aged 6 months), Winter Lager 2013® (aged 15 months), Rejewvenator® 2014 (aged 11 months), and Death of a Contract Brewer® (aged 16 months).

"Funky Jewbelation 2015 embodies Shmaltz's commitment to the craftsmanship of truly exceptional beers," says Shmaltz's Lead Brewer Richie Saunders. "Funky has been aged in Buffalo Trace Bourbon and Sazarac and Willett Rye whiskey barrels. It's a monumental blend of our favorite ales and lagers that we've lovingly nurtured for over the last year. Funky Jewbelation 2015 glistens a deep ruby color with a big, tart, sour cherry flavor and a malty earth aroma. A lovely puckering is complemented by subtle hints of bourbon, charred wood, molasses and light notes of vanilla."

WORLD BEER CUP Funky Jewbelation® 2014 currently has a 99 overall rating on Ratebeer.com, and the 2013 version won a Silver Medal in the World Beer Cup, the only American Craft Brewery in the Sour and Barrel aged category. The 2012 version of Funky Jewbelation® took home two consecutive Gold Medals at the 2012 World Beer Championships. The 2012 World Beer Championships featured 799 breweries from 54 countries and 45 U.S. states with 3,921 beers in 95 beer categories. Now four years in the making, Shmaltz's barrel-aging program also includes such all-stars as the 2010 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medalist HE'BREW R.I.P.A. on Rye® (R.I.P.A. on Rye® has a 98-rating on RateBeer.com); 2011 World Beer Championships Gold Medalist HE'BREW Vertical Jewbelation®, and the 99-rated (on RateBeer.com) HE'BREW Genesis 15:15®. Next up in the series is Bock Bock® (10% ABV, May 2015), a burly Imperial American Bock aged over 3 months half in Jim Beam and half in Heaven Hill whiskey barrels.

The Limited Engagement Barrel-Aged Series not only represents some of Shmaltz's most decorated beers, but also boasts the highest consumer ratings from BeerAdvucate.com and RateBeer.com. The latter ranked Shmaltz Brewing as one of the "Top 100 Breweries in the World" in 2013. With the release of this year's Funky Jewbelation®, Shmaltz continues to design sophisticated beers that rank with the world's best specialty libations.

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Goose Island Fulton & Wood - My Shout Australian Sparkling Ale (Video)


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Winters are a time when we turn to warmer climates and places we don’t have to worry if seven layers of clothing will be enough. Our brewers wanted to bring you there without leaving your bar stool with their latest F&W release, My Shout. Named for an Australian way of calling the next round of beers, My Shout brings a style to Chicago that has rarely been seen in the US. Brewed specially with an Australian sparkling ale yeast, hints of apricot and stone fruit combined with mild but spicy and citrusy hops make My Shout a refreshing way to forget about the subzero temperatures here and take a 16-ounce trip to summer down under.

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Brasserie Thiriez - Train To Mars Bottles

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Here’s a new bottle coming to the U.S. from Brasserie Thiriez.  This beer is co brewed with Get Radical in Paris France and it is called Train To Mars.  This beer is a “Saison de Mars” that uses Simcoe, Aramis and Mosaic hops, it will be package din 750ml bottles and the beer comes in at 5%-AbV.
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