The Bruery / Smog City - Atomic Kangarue Sour

31 August 2014

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Here we get the first look at the bottle packaging for The Bruery / Smog City co-brewed Atomic Kangarue.  This collaboration series beer is a Belgian golden ale brewed with Semillon & Viognier grape variants and it is fermented with brett yeast and then blended with a sour blonde ale and dry-hopped with Amarillo hops.  Look for Atomic Kangarue to be packaged in 750ml bottles and come in at 9.5% ABV.
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Samuel Adams Daybreaker IPA Bottles

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Here’s your very first look at Samuel Adams Daybreaker IPA as it heads to bottles.  This is Samuel Adams’ very first session IPA and it will come in at 4.5% ABV.  Stay tuned for release details.
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Sierra Nevada - Audition Salted Caramel Scotch Ale

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Here we have the keg label for Sierra Nevada Audition Salted Caramel Scotch Ale.  This beer will come in at 5.7% ABV.
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Alaskan - Big Mountain Pale & Imperial Red 12oz Bottles

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Some really great packaging coming from Alaskan Brewing today.  Big Mountain Pale Ale is part of the Alaskan Rotating Seasonal Series and this Pale Ale will come in at 5.7% ABV.  We also get to see the 12oz bottle packaging for Alaskan Imperial Red.  This former Pilot Series beer remains at 8.5% ABV.
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Against The Grain - Bo & Luke Coming 9/13

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From Against The Grain:

It's that time of the year again! Bo & Luke have arrived and we're ready to party!

“Bo & Luke”, as we refer to it, is a collaboration beer first brewed in the summer of 2012 with the Dutch brewmaster of

DeMolen, Menno Oliver. Menno has garnered a reputation for being one of the best brewers in the craft beer world.

Couple his and our expertise for creating big, bold beers, as well as our gumption for creating beers that push the

boundaries of flavor, and you've designed a beer that is worthy of the recognition that “it beats all you ever saw!”

This barrel aged imperial stout boasts a recipe inspired by our most beloved spirit, Kentucky Bourbon. Bo & Luke

employs the constituent ingredients in Bourbon, as well as being conditioned in freshly dumped Kentucky Bourbon

barrels for up to 120 days. The resulting brew is a dark, smokey, and delicious imperial stout that has anyone who tries

it, reeling for more.

For more information:

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/against-the-grain-bo-and-luke/186595/

http://www.atgbrewery.com/Menu/Beer/2/Dark/3/Bo-Luke/246

We will be releasing “Bo & Luke” to the public on September 13th at 5pm. To celebrate the release, we are holding our

annual Official Bo & Luke Release Party. The celebration will include a VERY LIMITED amount of Bo & Luke on

draft, a limited number of 750mL bottles, and a special release of 4 packs that include 4 different incarnations of Bo &

Luke. There will be a special appearance of The General Lee & Hazzard County Police Cruiser along with the foot

stompin', rockabilly sounds of The Solid Rock It Boosters.

Here's the skinny on getting a 4 pack of the Bo & Luke variant release. We have a super limited number of 4

packs (we're still pretty small, and our production of this beast of a beer is very limited)... so to help keep this fair

and balanced, we're doing a pre-sale for reservation to purchase the box. AT 10AM EST ON SEPT 1, 2014 we will

open sales ONLINE for pre-sale reservation of the 4 Pack. You can find a link to our webstore on

www.atgbrewery.com on the banner, its marked 'SHOP', or you can go directly to the webstore at this

address: http://atgbrewery-shop.com , The Bo & Luke 4 pack reservation is the 'featured product'...THIS IS THE

ONLY WAY YOU CAN GET A PRE-SALE RESERVATION!!! WE WILL NOT TAKE ORDERS FOR PRE-
SALE RESERVATION IN-STORE OR OVER THE PHONE. The remaining supply of Bo & Luke variant 4

packs will be sold on a first come first serve basis Sept 13, 2014 at 5pm.

Please be mindful of other Bo & Luke lovers. Limit one (1) per customer, per buyer. Multiple purchases WILL

NOT be honored or refunded (so do not try to purchase more than one reservation, as you will not have your

money refunded). Please have your PRINTED order confirmation, ID, and credit card used for purchase when

claiming your reservation.

NOTE: This is NOT a 4 Pack of Bo & Luke, it is simply a reservation for your future purchase to ensure

availability. There will be a VERY limited number of 4 Packs available for purchase on Sept 13th 2014 at 5pm;

these will be distributed on a first come first serve basis and will have no effect on reservations. Reservations will

only be held for the day of September 13th 2014.

Against the Grain Brewery

401 East Main St., Louisville, KY 40202

(502) 515-0174

Standard Bo & Luke bottles will be available for purchase as well as a lottery for a very limited number of

experimental variants, AND to rachet up the fun, we are doing the first release of London Balling, our barrel aged

barley wine, in bottles!

For more information on London Balling:

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/against-the-grain-london-balling/166380/

http://www.atgbrewery.com/Menu/Beer/2/Whim/6/London-Balling/191

The release of Bo & Luke and festivities celebrating coincides with Louisville Craft Beer Week 2014. Against the Grain

Brewery will be hosting a full slate of events for the beer nerd in you... get some!

http://www.atgbrewery.com/News/Louisville-Craft-Beer-Week-2014-LCBW2014

http://www.atgbrewery.com/News/Bo-Luke-Variants-release-info-
Love,

Sam Cruz
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Against The Grain - Tall Tale & There Gose The Neighborhood

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Here we have another two great labels from Against The Grain.  Up first is Tall Tale and it is an amber ale brewed with cacao nibs, coffee and barreled…and yes that’s Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.  This wild fermented beer will be packaged in 750ml bottles and come in at 8.5% ABV.  Next we have a Fountainhead & The Aviary co-brew called There Gose The Neighborhood.  This beer is brewed with salt, coriander, roasted red peppers, cilantro & calamansi limes it will be packaged in 500ml bottles and come in at 4.5% ABV.
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Lagunitas - Imperial Red

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Here’s the updated packaging for Lagunitas Imperial Red.  This Limited Release beer is base don the very first beer Lagunitas brewed back in 1993, it will be packaged in 22oz bottles and come in at 7.6% ABV and 40.63 IBU.
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Schlafly IPA Coming To 12oz Cans

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Here’s a peek at a new package coming from Schlafly.  This is Schlafly IPA and what’s really exciting is that this is a 12oz can.  Schlafly IPA will come in at a sessionable 4.5% ABV and 30 IBU.

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Dog Tag Brewing Expands Distribution Into PA

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From Dog Tag:

Dog Tag Brewing is proud to announce three exclusive partnerships in Pennsylvania with Banko Beverage in Allentown, Henry Voelcker Inc. in Danville and Beermart in Reading, all together bringing the beer to 23 counties in the eastern half of the state.



Combat veteran-owned Dog Tag Brewing provides quality brews that deliver a message of gratitude for the selfless sacrifice of our nation’s military. The company currently produces two craft brews, an IPA and a Lager, packaged in 12 oz. cans that are each dedicated to a different fallen U.S. service member. Dog Tag Brewing is the first beer company in North America to utilize a new printing technology offered by Rexam, where numerous designs of the same label can be produced simultaneously on a single pallet. This innovative design technology enables Dog Tag Brewing to tell the story of a different fallen hero on the back of each can, resulting in variety within a single compelling six-pack.



The Keystone State is an important market for Dog Tag Brewing, not only because of its deep sense of patriotism and propensity to welcome new craft beers within its borders, but because Pennsylvania is a state with a proud military heritage and is home to many of our nation’s finest warriors. Two of the fallen heroes currently honored by Dog Tag Brewing hail from the small towns of Jim Thorpe and Shamokin. Sgt. Andrew Baddick and Sgt. Matthew Sandri, both soldiers in the United States Army, laid down their lives for our country during the War on Terror in Iraq in 2003 and 2004. Both of their families will now be able to walk into a store and purchase a six-pack or two of Dog Tag beer and find their warrior’s name and story on select cans.



“We are ecstatic to be in Pennsylvania, one of the most patriotic states in the country. We are thrilled to support the sons of Pennsylvania that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. It is our hope that their fellow citizens will help us in preserving the memory of these fallen warriors” states Seth Jordan, owner and president of Dog Tag Brewing.



Dog Tag’s craft beer is distributed by Banko Beverage in Susquehanna, Wyoming, Wayne, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Carbon, Monroe, Pike, Northampton, Lehigh and Schuylkill counties and by Henry Voelcker Inc. in Tioga, Bradford, Sullivan, Lycoming, Montour, Clinton, Union, Snyder, Northumberland and Columbia counties. Beermart also distributes Dog Tag beer in Berks and Lancaster counties. Visit http://www.dogtagbrewing.com to learn more about their mission and recent news coverage.

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The Great Northern Brewing Co - Going To The Sun IPA

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I’ll admit I’m publishing this label because I love the Going To The Sun Road in Glacier National Park…so here we have The Great Northern Brewing Co Going To The Sun IPA.  I had a chance to try some of their beers last spring in the Yellowstone area and I really liked then, so I’d love to try this one.  This beer uses Centennial, Tettnang & Cascade hops and it will be packaged in 12oz bottles.
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Lagunitas Updates Little Sumpin’ Wild Ale

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Here’s the updated 12oz bottle label coming from Lagunitas Brewing for their Little Sumpin’ Wild Ale.  This beer will now come in at 8.8% ABV and 72.5 IBU.
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Mystic - Flor Ventus & Ye Wicked Pilgrim

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This morning we get a look at two new bottles coming from Mystic Brewery.  Flor Ventus is part of Mystic’s Barrel Program and it is a first year wild ale aged in French Oak.  This beer is made in the traditional Lambic method without the addition of souring acids and it will come in at 4.5% ABV and 16 IBU.  Ye Wicked Pilgrim is an Imperial Stout brewed with Massachusetts malted wheat and native Massachusetts yeasts.  This beer will come in at a big 12% ABV and 64 IBU.  These are both 750ml bottles and stay tuned for release details.
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Rivertown / Quaff Brothers Flying Pig Pumpkin Ale

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Here’s a peek at Rivertown / Quaff Brothers Flying Pig Pumpkin Ale.  This beer is aged in Bourbon barrels with spices added and it will be packaged in 12oz bottles.
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Stone To Release “Enjoy After” With 10.31.15 As 1st Edition Brett IPA

30 August 2014

image Here’s your breaking beer news of the day…and in a few days you’ll see it elsewhere so check it out here first!  Stone will be launching a new series of beers that are called Enjoy After.  This is the first edition and it will be Enjoy After 10.31.15.  Playing on the success of their Enjoy By series of beers, this series takes the opposite tack and recommends you cellar the IPA until at least the date on the label so it has a chance to develop and mature.  This IPA will be “spiked” at the time of bottling with Brettanomyces wild yeast and the date on the bottle indicates the earliest you should open the beer because that is how long it will take to be fully carbonated.  Stay tuned for release details.
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Deschutes - Zarabanda

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In a few days you’ll see this beer elsewhere on the mighty interweb, but here’s your very first look at a new beer from Deschutes.  This is Zarabanda and it is an ale with lemon verbena, pink peppercorns, sumac ( a spice made from flowers) and dried lime.  This beer is brewed in collaboration with Chef

José Andrés and it is a “Spanish take” on a Farmhouse Saison.  Look for Zarabanda to be packaged in 22oz bottles.
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