Dogfish Head - Beer To Drink Music To Belgian Tripel Coming 2/15

31 December 2015

So here’s a bit of breaking beer news for today.  This is your VERY first look at a new beer heading to bottles from Dogfish Head
.  This is Beer To Drink Music To and it is a Belgian-style tripel that will hit 12oz bottles.  This Record Store Day collaboration beer is brewed with sweet orange peel, green cardamom, peppercorns and vanilla and it will rock in at 9%-AbV.  According to the Dogfish Head Release Calendar for 2016, this occasional release will be available in March and run through May.

From Dogfish Head:

The perfect pairing for your listening needs, 'Beer to Drink Music To' starts shipping Feb. 15!


Bruery Terreux - Quadrupel Tonnellerie

Here’s the bottle packaging for Bruery Terreux Quadrupel Tonnellerie.  This beer is a barrel-fermented Belgian-style Quadrupel ale that willl also be packaged in 750ml bottles.  This beer will hit 10.2%-AbV and stay tuned for release details.


SweetWater 19 - 19th Anniversary Golden Belgian Style Ale

Here’s your very first look at SweetWater 19.  This beer celebrates SweetWater’s 19th Anniversary (1997-2016) and it is a Golden belgian-Style Ale aged in Merlot and Cabernet wine barrels that was blended with a hop-forward Belgian-style IPA.  This beer will be packaged in 750ml bottles and it will swim in at 7%-AbV.  Happy 19th Anniversary to SweetWater and stay tuned here for release details.


Troegs Releases Scratch # 219 ESB As Tribute To Jeff “Biff” Beinhaur

imageFrom Troegs:

We brewed Scratch #219 as a tribute to our long-time friend, Jeff “Biff” Beinhaur, who recently succumbed to a three-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Jeff was a brewery tour guide and has been a friend of the brewery from the beginning. He even served as one of the earliest volunteers on our packaging line. Scratch #219 harkens back to our original E.S.B. (Extra Special Bitter), one of Jeff’s all-time favorites. Using notes from his homebrew recipes, we made a few tweaks to our E.S.B. to create an “Extra Special Biff” in honor of Jeff. Stop in and raise a glass to Biff. 6.4% ABV and 40 IBU. Availability: draft & growler fills only.


M.I.A. Beer Co Signs With Cavalier In Florida

imageFrom M.I.A. Beer:

M.I.A. Beer Company has announced expanded distribution plans, partnering with Cavalier Distributing as their distributor for Florida.

Beginning January 4, Cavalier will distribute draught versions of M.I.A.’s flagship beers including Miami Weiss Hefeweizen, Mega Mix Pale Ale, Domino Pilsner, and Tourist Trappe Belgian Tripel, as well as seasonal and limited releases as they are available. M.I.A. will be distributed by Cavalier in Broward, Dade, Hillsborough, Monroe, Palm Beach, and Pinnellas counties.

“M.I.A. is ready to expand our footprint throughout our home of Miami and expand into Tampa. Cavalier has a strong reputation of building craft beer brands, and we are excited to embark on this journey together to grow M.I.A. We look forward to a very bright future with Cavalier,” said Eddie Leon, Co-Owner of M.I.A. Beer Company.


Oskar Blues Brewery - The Original Craft Beer In a Can (Video)

From Oskar Blues:

The ORIGINAL Craft Beer In A CAN. Check it out!


Bud Light - More Updated Can Packaging (March To The Championship) Super Bowl 50 Champions

imageHere’s another new packaging design coming from Anheuser-Busch and Bud Light.  This is a 16oz can and the beer remains the same at 4.2%-AbV and 110 calories per 12oz serving.  We also have the March To The Championship basketball 16oz can packaging and the Super Bowl 50 Champions packaging…and yes I know they are just hedging their bets early. image



Squatters - Live & Let Live Kristall Weizen Ale

Here you go Utah….this is Wasatch / Squatters Live 7 Let Live and it is a Kristall Weizen Ale.  This beer will be packaged in 12oz bottles and the beer hits 4%-AbV.image


Dirty Bucket Brewing - Naughty Autie ESB

This is Naughty Autie from Dirty Bucket Brewing Co in Woodinville, WA.  This ESB uses Centennial and Cascade hops and it will be packaged in 22oz bottles.  Look for Naughty Autie to hit 6%-AbV.


Granite Falls Brewing - Castle Stormer Scottish Ale

This is Castle Stormer from Granite Falls Brewing Co in Granite Falls, NC.  This Scotch Ale will hit 9%-AbV and this looks to be a 12oz bottle but stay tune don that one.


Prairie Artisan Ales - Barrel Aged Bomb! 13%

30 December 2015


This is the bottle packaging for Prairie Artisan Ales Barrel Aged Bomb!  This Imperial Stout is aged in Whiskey barrels with coffee, cacao nibs, chillis and vanilla beans.  This is a 12oz bottle and the beer hits 13%-AbV.  Look for a late Feb 2016 release.


Surly / Mikkeller - Brett Mikkel’s IPA Bottles Coming Mid-Jan

We brought you a peek at this beer, and now the release dteails from Surly & Mikkeller:

Brett Mikkel’s IPA is our collaboration with the traveling Danish brewer Mikkel Bjergsø. Mikkel is co-founder of the Danish brewery, Mikkeller, and shares our interest in experimentation and creativity. Todd and Mikkel got together and came up with Brett Mikkel’s, which takes the concept of an IPA, blends in new German aroma hop varieties, and ferments them with Brettanomyces, rather than a traditional ale strain.

The beer debuted on draft in limited quantities in our Beer Hall in July 2015. Now, we’re excited to tell you that we’re putting it in 750ml bottles that will start to hit shelves in Chicago, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin in mid-January. You’ll have to keep your eyes peeled – they’ll be gone fast.

Head out to the store for this light-bodied and dry IPA – the combination of Brett and hop varieties offers complex earthy notes with tropical and candied fruit aromas while the honey malt provides an intense malt sweetness. It’s been hugely popular at the Beer Hall and we know you’re going to love it.


Terrapin - Mosaic Red Rye IPA Coming 1/9

We’ve been waiting for this…and now the official word from Terrapin:

Come out to the brewery on January 9th from 4:30-7:30 to celebrate the release of Mosaic! Mosaic is Red Rye IPA that is masterfully created by using 100% Mosaic hops throughout the brew.We'll have live music and lots of other great beers on tap, as well. Many people have been anxiously awaiting the return of Mosaic, so don't miss it's 2016 debut!


Hangar 24 Charities tops $100K for San Bernardino Victims

imageFrom Hangar 24:

REDLANDS, California – Multiple fundraising efforts by Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, led by an emotional all-day event on Dec. 26, have collected, to date, $117,036.65 for victims of the tragic Dec. 2 mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.

The centerpiece of the fundraising plan, headed by Hangar 24 Charities, was the event across the street from the Redlands Municipal Airport that was attended by some survivors of the incident, family members of victims, as well as first responders from both police and fire departments and civic leaders.

The event included 14 different beers, nine musical acts and a food truck, and drew an estimated crowd of 3,500 despite cold temperatures throughout the day and into the evening. That event raised $64,436.65 alone, far exceeding the original goal of $30,000.

“The opportunity to meet and see family members intermingle with each other was an emotional experience,” Hangar 24 owner and founder Ben Cook said. “And seeing the community rally for the cause, in such strong numbers, was uplifting. The response to an event like this, on such short notice and in poor weather, was nothing short of amazing. A huge debt of gratitude goes to all those who helped put on the event, those that attended and to all distributors who donated.”

In addition to the more than $64,000 raised by the event, another $1,700 was collected from Hangar 24 online merchandise sales on Dec. 26. The brewery is donating all money collected on the day, minus sales tax, meaning that all cost and profit will go to the effort.

In-kind donors that made the event a success include: Johnson Caterpillar, Creative Media & Design, Cibur Sounds Production Company, Atlas Buying Group Inc., Party Plus Redlands, Fun Artists, P&R Paper Supply Co., Hunter Media, Clean Relief Portable, JoJo’s Grill-A-Dog, Johnson Power, Clean Relief, CSC Security, KCAL Radio, KOLA Radio and K-FROG Radio.

“In the aftermath of the attack in San Bernardino, I've continuously been in admiration of the resiliency and compassion of our community,” Congressman Pete Aguilar said. “The way families came together at Hangar 24 was no different, and what I'm sure we can expect to see as we stand together and move forward in the weeks and months ahead.”

There was no denying the sense of community at the Dec. 26 event.

“I've always known our community was strong, but I've never been more proud to be from San Bernardino than I was watching our residents display such unwavering support for one another in a time of grave tragedy,” Assemblyman Marc Steinorth said. “I thank everyone who made this event possible and to our brave first responders, I thank you and your families for your continued sacrifice.”

A separate fundraising effort was conducted among the brewery’s network of 25 distributors, seven of which have contributed $5,000 to date. The group of $5,000 contributors includes: Ace Beverage Co. of Los Angeles, Advance Beverage Co. of Bakersfield, Gate City Beverage of San Bernardino, Delta Sierra Beverage of Modesto, Markstein Beverage Co. of Sacramento, R&S Beverage Co. of Adelanto and Triangle Distributing Co. of Santa Fe Springs. Others contributing include: Alford Distributing Co. of Imperial, Craft Beer Guild Distributing of San Diego, Foothill Distributing Co. of Redding and Golden Eagle Distributors of Tucson, Arizona.

A third effort, which is raising funds through other breweries, also is ongoing. Hamilton Family Brewery of Rancho Cucamonga already has contributed $2,000 through that effort. Others that have committed to raising funds include: I & I Brewing of Chino, Escape Craft Brewery of Redlands, Wild Donkey of Redlands, Skyland Ale Works of Corona, Brew Rebellion of San Bernardino, Packinghouse Brewing Company of Riverside, No Clue Craft Brewery of Rancho Cucamonga, Sons of Liberty Aleworks of Norco, Dale Bros. Brewery of Pomona, Inland Empire Brewery Tours of Riverside and Council Brewing Company of San Diego.

Private donations of $5,000 each were made by CHC Consulting and American Landscape and Maintenance.
Contributions to the San Bernardino victims’ fund, set up through the United Way website, can still be made at:

More information on the fundraising effort, including links for T-shirt sales, information for breweries to get involved, and money raised to date can be found at


Division Brewing Opening 12/31 in Arlington, TX

From Division Brewing:

Thank you for celebrating NYE with us! We’re opening again Jan. 30th…hope to see you all again!


Division Brewing is Arlington’s first locally owned and operated brewery.  We provide true hand-crafted beer to the citizens and visitors of Arlington.  With a combined experience of over 20 years of home brewing beer and a strong local and neighborhood following, we are extremely excited to share our product with a wider audience.

In upholding the basic standards of brewing, we seek to elevate the beer drinker’s experience by introducing unique flavor combinations on a regular basis. Our belief is that people want quality, creativity and variety.  Division serves clean, refreshing light ales, such as blondes, wheats, and hoppy India pale ales.  We also brew malty amber beers, as well as dark porters and stouts.  Our “Sour Division” which ferments at warmer temperatures, ages with oak and sometimes fruit to create tart, fruity and mouth puckering sour beers.

The Crew


Wade Wadlington – Owner/Brewer

Wade grew up in Arlington.  At 16, he and his family moved to East Texas, where he began working at as a cowhand during high school.  Through hard work and long weekends, he quickly became known for his ability to get ‘r done.   Wade and his wife, Tami, worked in the finance industry while putting themselves through college. During that time, Wade was introduced to home brewing by a Scottish friend. Tasting true craft beer was a life-changing experience.  As they planned their family, Wade and Tami chose Arlington as their home. For over 20 years, Wade has practiced the art of making craft beer for neighbors and friends.  With the creation of Division Brewing, he brings his beer to a wider audience.


Sean Cooley – Brewer

Sean is a home brewer and ardent home cook. He spent his childhood years in Europe where he developed a passion for traditional methods of cooking, preserving and fermenting foods. Now he enjoys baking sourdough bread, smoking and curing meats, pickling fruits and vegetables, cheese making and brewing sour beers. By learning from and drawing on centuries of tradition, he is most inspired by putting new world spins on old world methods. Sean lives with his wife and two children in Arlington, Texas, where he works as a barista.

Tami Wadlington – Marketing

Tami was born and raised on a farm in East Texas.  She began college at 17, and married Wade two years later. After graduating from college, she worked in banking, developing marketing materials and planning events for a national bank and trust company. Over the past 12 years, Tami has helped launch two private banks, managing marketing, human resources, and facilities. Tami brings her enthusiasm, marketing, and management skills to the table to help grow the business and spread the craft beer doctrine.


John Purdy, Brew Crew/Resident MacGyver

John has lived in Arlington his entire life. He knows most everybody – and if he doesn’t know you, he probably knows someone who does.  John has a passion for cooking and perfecting new recipes.  He especially loves barbecuing and smoking meat.  A purist, he demonstrates his grilling techniques on his dad’s 1968 Kamado (the original “Big Green Egg”).  John’s day job is in the IT world, but he would rather be brewing beer with the guys.  John lives with his wife, Laurie, and a menagerie of cats and dogs.  In fact, he has been known to name his cats after favorite brewers or beers (Fish – after the co-owner of Telluride Brewing in Colorado, and Stella, after Stella Artois).


Ecliptic Brewing Barrel-Aged Oort Coming 1/16

imageWe brought you a peek at this packaging, and now the release details from Ecliptic:

PORTLAND, OR (Dec 29, 2015) Ecliptic Brewing, a craft brewery and restaurant in Portland, Oregon will be releasing their Barrel-Aged Oort Imperial Stout for the first time on January 16th.  This beer is part of Ecliptic’s reserve series lineup and has been sleeping in bourbon barrels for fifteen months.  Alongside this beer, Oort Imperial Stout will be released for a second year.

What:  Oort Imperial Stout/Barrel-Aged Oort Imperial Stout tapping and bottle release
When:  Saturday January 16th, 12:00pm
Where:   Ecliptic Brewing, 825 N. Cook St. Portland, OR 97227
Details:  Tapping and limited amount of bottles available for purchase

About Oort Imperial Stout
Oort Imperial Stout is named after the mysterious region of our solar system that breeds comets.  Massive amounts of roasted barley and Chocolate malts were combined with three types of Caramel malts for a rich, full mouthfeel.  Chinook, Cascade, and Sterling hops lend a balanced bitterness and subtle hop flavor to this brew that’s as black as the vacuum of space.

IBU: 77
ABV: 8.5%

About Barrel-Aged Oort Imperial Stout: This barrel aged version of the Oort Imperial Stout slumbered for fifteen months in 12-year-old bourbon barrels, imparting flavors of bitter chocolate, vanilla, and oak. It drinks especially chocolatey, with some heat from the barrel.

IBU: 77
ABV: 12.1%

A small amount of these beers will be made available after January 16th in the territories where Ecliptic Brewing is currently offered.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), Click Distributing (Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Northern Idaho), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), and Freedom Distributors (North Carolina).


New Belgium Releases Side Trip Belgian Pale Ale

We brought you news of this beer, and now it’s hitting shelves.  This from New Belgium:

Our new seasonal, Side Trip Belgian Style Pale Ale, is hitting shelves.


AleSmith My Blood Valentine Bottles & Draft-Only Robust Porter Coming In Jan

From AleSmith:

2015 was a big year. It'd be easy to spend the first month of 2016 catching our collective breath, but that's not our style. The brewer's art continues to drive us, so rather than ease into any semblance of "business as usual," we're breaking out two special beers for the AleSmith faithful. The first, our late-winter seasonal My Bloody Valentine Red Ale, will be distributed nationally in stylish red-and-pink 22-ounce bottles and on tap everywhere. The second is our draft-only specialty Robust Porter. A favorite for the colder-weather months, its deep, chocolaty dark-malt complexity makes for a great beer to kick off what's sure to be another fantastic year of craft creativity we're immensely glad you'll be a part of. Happy New Year!


Ranger Creek Expands San Antonio Distribution With Glazer

imageFrom Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling:

Ranger Creek Brewing will partner with Glazer to help expand their distribution in the San Antonio area.

“We started selling beer in 2010 as the first microbrewery of this modern era, and we’ve spent 5 years growing with San Antonio,” explains Mark McDavid, co-founder and head of Sales & Marketing. “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved, and now its time to work with the right partner to take it the next level,” he continues. “Giving up self distribution is a huge, nerve-wracking decision. It’s like asking someone to help raise your child.” After nearly a year long search, Ranger Creek chose Glazer’s.   “Glazer’s had the right portfolio, the right people, and an impressive passion for carrying our beer,” concludes McDavid.

“We are excited to be partnering with Ranger Creek to grow their brands in the San Antonio area,” says Mike Gorman, VP of Malt Beverage, South Texas. Glazer’s will take over distribution responsibilities for all of Ranger Creek’s beer brands in the San Antonio area starting January 4, 2016. Minor changes in pricing are possible, but both Ranger Creek and Glazer’s have worked hard to minimize them. Consumers should not notice any changes with availability of Ranger Creek products in existing accounts. In fact, the partnership will allow Ranger Creek to expand availability to more accounts across San Antonio.

“Partnering with Glazer’s will allow us to focus on brewing beer while letting a whole army of distribution experts focus on selling our beer,” says TJ Miller, co-founder and head of Operations. The brewery has new equipment on order to significantly expand capacity in anticipation of healthy growth in 2016.

The relationship with Glazer’s covers San Antonio and the surrounding areas. The brewery will continue to self-distribute their beer in Austin and Houston and continue working with their current distribution partners in Dallas/Ft. Worth and College Station. The whiskey side of their business will be unaffected by the deal and will continue to be distributed by Favorite Brands in all Texas markets.


The Veil Brewing - Hornswoggler, Master Shredder, Crucial Taunt & Sleeping Forever 16oz Cans

Today we get a peek at several new cans coming from The Veil Brewing Co in Richmond, VA:  Hornswoggler chocolate milk stout (7%-AbV), Master Shredder wheat IPA (5.5%-AbV), Crucial Taunt DIPA (8%-AbV) & Sleeping Forever Imperial Stout (13%-AbV).  These are all 16oz cans.


Toolbox Brewing - Bramble On Rose, Bier de Miel, CucumBerliner & Citrus Gose

imageHere’s a new bottle coming from Toolbox Brewing in Vista, CA.  This is Bramble On Rose and it is an American Wild Ale brewed with San Diego blueberries.  This beer is aged in oak barrels before being packaged in 750ml bottles.  Look for Bramble On Rose to hit 6.5%-AbV.  We also have Bier de Miel farmhouse ale brewed with Tupelo honey and aged in white wine barrels (6.5%-AbV), CucumBerliner Berliner-style Weisse with cucumber (4.5%-AbV) and Citrus Gose (4.8%-AbV). image


Blackberry Farm Brewery Announces Florida Distribution

imageFrom Blackberry Farm Brewery:

Beginning in January, Blackberry Farm Brewery has expanded their distribution to include the state of Florida. Located in Walland, TN, Blackberry Farm Brewery crafts old world inspired culinary-focused beers that celebrate the rich seasonal and agricultural heritage of the south. Year-round, seasonal offerings, and small batch releases will be available in Florida in both bottle and on draft through Cavalier Distributing.


Fonta Flora - Land Trust Appalachian Apple Saison Coming 1/16

29 December 2015

imageFrom Fonta Flora:

Fonta Flora will be holding a release party on Jan 16th to launch their new Land Trust.  This beer is a collaboration with the Foothills Conservancy of NC and Fox Gap Farms.

Land Trust is an Appalachian Apple Saison that uses Riverbend malt smoked with apple wood and apple juice from Fox Gap Farms.  This beer will hit 5.2%-AbV and it will bepackage din 750ml bottles.


Burial Beer - Book Of The Dead & Cold Moon Cedar Sage Bottles Coming 12/31

imageFrom Burial Beer:

This Thursday December 31 at 4pm we are releasing two limited release bottles - Cold Moon Cedar Sage Winter Ale (the last Moon Series- limit 2/person) and our newest limited release, Book of the Dead Belgian Cherry Stout aged in Four Roses Bourbon barrels (limit 4/person)- both beers $16/750ml. All bottle sales will take place at the back bar. It gets better- at the front bar we ring in 2016 with 5 stouts- (from left to right) Voorhamer Imperial Stout is back, a keg of Skillet Donut Stout (16oz cans return on Tuesday, January 5th), Tin Cup Coffee Stout, The Confession Belgian Chocolate Stout and Book of The Dead (only 1 keg). Here's to another amazing year in craft beer!


Victory Ten Years Alt Draft-Only Coming In Jan (Video)

From Victory:

It stands to reason that a beer with a name like Ten Years Alt–especially one so good–should probably come out every 10 Years or so. As part of our revival release series leading up to our 20th anniversary, try our hoppy sticke altbier, Ten Years Alt, on drafts this January.

Out on draft only for a limited time, track down our Altbier, Ten Years Alt, in a bar near you using our beerfinder.


Clown Shoes Itasca Loonidragon 2016 Coming To MN-Only In Feb

From Clown Shoes:

This year Itasca Loonidragon was aged in Scotch barrels. Due on shelves in MN only this February!


Boulder Mojo IPA & Shake Chocolate Porter Hitting 12-Packs

imageFrom Boulder:

Boulder Beer is pleased to announce the release of Mojo IPA and Shake Chocolate Porter in new 12-packs.  This packaging will hit Colorado in Dec and elsewhere in early 2016.

“We’re excited to be able to offer these new packages to our beer loving fan base, giving additional purchasing options for our top two brands,” said Judd Belstock, Boulder Beer’s Director of Sales. “This will give us a great platform to take two highly successful on-premise beers to a new level in the off-premise channels.”

Since its release two years ago Shake Chocolate Porter has garnered numerous accolades including the prestigious Gold Award in Chocolate Beers at the 2014 World Beer Cup. Mojo IPA has also stood out in a sea of IPAs, most recently being named Boulder County’s Best IPA in a blind tasting by EatDrinkBoulder, as well as earning the Grand Champion IPA medal in the 2010 US Beer Tasting Championships.


Indeed Brewing Looks Back On 2015 Highlights

imageFrom Indeed:

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, DECEMBER 29, 2015: As the 2015 calendar comes to a close, Indeed Brewing Company, established in 2012, reflects on its achievements and aspirations for the upcoming year. The company prepares for 2016 with the arrival and installation of a new 30-foot tall, 210-barrel fermenter, which will be craned in through the roof of the building this Wednesday, December 30th, in what is sure to be a photo- and video-worthy event.*

Expanding the brewery

Indeed sold just over 11,000 barrels in 2015 (or the equivalent of more than 152,000 cases of beer), an increase of 42% over last year. More than 80% of that beer was sold in the Twin Cities. Growth was slightly slower than expected as the company saw increasingly fierce competition in bars and restaurants, and more consumer choice as the number of tap handles at bars continues to increase. Indeed also began aging more than 18,000 gallons of beer in its barrel-aging program, including Rum King and Wooden Soul.

Growing the team

With growth comes the opportunity to invest in talented individuals from packaging to sales to administration to taproom front of house. Indeed Brewing Company added six new employees in 2015, bringing the company total to 48. 

Investing in the community

As the first brewery to open a taproom in Northeast Minneapolis, Indeed Brewing Company is proud to be a part of a booming craft beer community which now includes eight taprooms in Northeast's unofficial "Brewer's District." As part of its commitment to its community, the company launched Indeed We Can in 2014, a charitable giving program that puts the power of doing good directly into the hands of its employees. Through Indeed We Can, Indeed Brewing Company donated more than $100,000 to employee-chosen Minnesota non-profits in 2015. 

Becoming leaders in the field

In recognition of his dedication to the organization and his position as an emerging leader in the craft brewing industry, Indeed Brewing Company Director of Operations Tom Whisenand was named president of the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild for 2016 and looks forward to taking up his post in the new year. 

*The new 210-barrel tank will be craned in on 12/30, weather permitting. Please contact Tom Whisenand for more information and to schedule any media coverage.


Blackberry Farm Brewery Releases Winter Saison

imageFrom Blackberry Farm:

Inspired by crisp December nights on our estate in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, this dark farmhouse ale is reminiscent of the natural nuances of winter. Light and dark wheat add palate fullness to this Saison’s floor malted barley backbone. Abbey-style character malts and our flavorful yeast strain develop complex dark fruit notes, while Styrian Golding hops bring a subtle counterbalance of bitterness. Unique yet rooted in tradition, our Winter Saison is ideally accompanied by foods with notes of cinnamon, citrus and nutmeg.

750ml bottles and draft

6.3% ABV, 26 IBU, 46 SRM.


Adelbert’s Brewery Brings Home Two Gold Medals From 2015 Artisan Awards

imageFrom Adelberts:

AUSTIN, Texas (December 30, 2015) –  Adelbert’s Brewery in Austin, Texas is excited to announce it has received two Gold Medals from the 2015 Artisan Awards for Flyin’ Monks and Dancin’ Monks. With the addition of these two medals, Adelbert’s Brewery now holds 27 medals to date.

The Artisan Awards is a competition that showcases traditional made products from producers around the world. The Artisan Awards beer category is growing in both sales and popularity year after year. They aim to highlight where the products were sourced, much like a farmers market, by showcasing traditional, organic, handmade, local, small batch, and seasonal beer brands.

Flyin’ Monks, a quadrupel, is conditioned on oak cubes used by Spirit of Texas Distillery to age their Pecan Street Rum. This ale has complex sweet oak and rum flavors with a warm alcoholic finish. It also holds a Gold Medal from the International Craft Competition Awards and Regional Championship from the United States Beer Tasting Championship (USBTC).

Dancin’ Monks, a dubbel, is a clean, malty ale with fruity, plum aromas and robust flavors. The carbonation balances the moderate sweetness from the malt, resulting in a dry and smooth finish. It also has a Gold Medal from the Craft Beer Awards.

Prior to the Artisan Awards, Adelbert’s Brewery brought home another seven awards in 2015 including:

  • Great American Beer Festival (GABF) Gold Medal in Belgian and French Style Ale for Vintage Monks
  • International Craft Competition Awards Gold Medal for Flyin’ Monks
  • Belgian White-Wit National Grand Champion from the United States Beer Tasting Championship (USBTC) for Naked Nun
  • Silver Medal at the Best Of Craft Beer Awards for Naked Nun
  • Bronze Medal from Best Little Brewfest in Texas for Tripel B
  • Gold Medal from Best Little Brewfest in Texas for Scratchin’ Hippo
  • International Craft Competition Awards Gold Medal for Vintage Nun


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