Uinta - FarmSide Saison With White Grape Must & Gooseberries Hitting Bottles

30 November 2015

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Today you get your first look at a new bottle coming from Uinta Brewing.  This is FarmSide and it is a Saison brewed with white grape must and gooseberries.  This seasonal beer will be packaged in 12oz bottles (and kegs below) and it will swing in at 5.6%-AbV.  Stay tuned for Feb 2016 release details. image

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Firestone Walker Announces 2016 Release Calendar

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Here’s a peek at the 2016 Release Calendar coming from Firestone Walker.  Of special note are the Luponic Distortion cans and the Nitro Merlin and Nitro DBA draft releases.

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Mikkeller - Drink ’In Barely Berliner 0.1%-AbV (Non-Alcoholic Beer)

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Here’s an interesting beer coming in bottles to the U.S.  This is Mikkeller Drink ‘In Barely Berliner and at 0.1%-AbV it is considered a Non-Alcoholic Beer.  This Berliner-style Weisse will be packaged in 11.2oz bottles at DeProef.
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TO0L - Berry White Bottles Coming To The U.S.

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Here’s a peek at the bottle packaging for TO0L Berry White as it prepares to come to the U.S.  This white ale is brewed with blueberries and blackberries and the beer will hit 5%-AbV.  Look for Berry White to be packaged in 11.2oz bottles at DeProef.

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Great Lakes Pulls Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale 22oz Bottles

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From Great Lakes:

This morning we chose to pull Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale from our gift shop shelves. We’d first like to apologize to those who traveled or planned to travel to our shop to purchase the beer. Last week when we discovered that our Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale had taken on sour notes, we found those complex flavors exciting, and we hoped we would be able to share the beer with you. Ultimately however, we decided that we do not feel comfortable selling a beer with an unintended flavor profile—that’s not fair to you, and it’s not in keeping with our standards of quality and consistency. Once again, we apologize to those who hoped to purchase Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale. We will have it on tap in our pub today if you’re interested in sampling it. Once again, if you have any comments or questions, please contact us at glbcinfo@greatlakesbrewing.com. 

As one reader pointed out (and copied) the original post ended with, “While the beer may not taste as expected, we think many of our sour-loving fans will fully appreciate this happy accident. Mark notes that the beer will continue to develop sour flavors in the bottle, so he recommends consuming within 60 days.”

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Goose Island Fulton & Wood - “ A Real Nice Surprise” Coming 12/8

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From Goose Island:

A Real Nice Surprise is our fourth and final ‪#‎FultonAndWood‬ beer of 2015. This barrel aged porter was inspired by the holiday cocktail, the Tom & Jerry. Infamous, and high-octane, the team knew the flavors of eggnog, rum and bourbon needed to find a home in a holiday beer. A Real Nice Surprise starts life as a rich porter brewed with chocolate malts that is then aged in a combination of rum, bourbon, and brandy barrels for two months resulting in a smooth, creamy beer that you will love. So curl up next to a fire, have a sip, and enjoy the holiday spirit because this beer is a surprise…A Real Nice Surprise.
Release party tonight (12/8)! Check our events page for more details!

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Short’s Evil Urges Coming This Week

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Surrender to your desire for a dark strong beer – something to help keep you warm as the temperature outside cools. Evil Urges is coming to a store near you this week. This long time favorite of sinful pub patrons has been bottled yet again, and is coming to tempt Michiganders statewide.

Evil Urges (8.4% ABV – 50 IBU) is a Belgian dark strong ale with a deep dark brown color. A sharp aroma of chocolate and molasses hits the senses, reminiscent of a rich liqueur. Aided by additions of Belgian amber candi sugar, the initial flavors are sweet and malty, with some unique, dark fruit qualities. This full bodied beer is defined by its roast malt character and slight black coffee bitterness that lead into an intense warming finish.

So slip into something comfortable, take a sip, and let your senses be overcome by this near sinful brew. Don’t resist the temptation to pick up a six pack when you see one, because this brew will only be around for a limited time. Feed the hunger that is found deep inside all craft beer lovers. Are you ready for it now?

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Green Man - Forester Stout Returns 12/1

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From Green Man:

Start working on that beard! Forester release tomorrow! (12/1)

ABV: 6.0%
IBU: 60

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Alaskan Founder Geoff Larson Recounts Beginnings of Winter Ale

From Alaskan Brewing:

JUNEAU, Alaska (November 30, 2015)Alaskan Winter Ale is once again in stores in all 17 states where Alaskan Brewing Company distributes, and will be available through the rest of 2015. Alaskan co-Founder Geoff Larson recently sat down for a few questions about the inspiration behind the beer he first brewed nearly 20 years ago.



So what was the inspiration to put Sitka Spruce tips in a beer?



Geoff: The historical inspiration behind Winter Ale came from Captain Cook. He had 14 separate references in his logs about Spruce and Beer. Not all the references were positive – at first he added full boughs of spruce, bark and all, and then wrote of a “mutinous crew”— so that batch was not appreciated! Then he wrote about adding only the new growth of the spruce, new shoots, and said this was an especially fine brew and this seemed to go over well with his crew.



Was Spruce an ingredient you had heard about before reading the accounts of Captain Cook?



Geoff: There was an awareness of spruce as an ingredient – homebrewers had been using spruce essence for years. But to me those always tasted piney and tarry – not hedonistically pleasurable, which is what I look for in beer! Things like jellies and spruce syrup which are pretty unique to this area of the world, caught the character of the spruce I was after – that berry-like quality with tartness and a high aromatic character – very different from the spruce essence beers I had tried.



Once you had brewed a beer with Spruce tips, what did it take to put it into production?



Geoff: A big hurdle was picking the tips – getting enough and at the right time. To make beer in the volumes we need – that’s a lot of tips. Marcy (Co-Founder and Geoff’s wife) hit on the idea of using Pep’s Packing out in Gustavus because they do food packing and processing out there and can handle that end of it, and they end up coordinating getting essentially the whole town of Gustavus out picking spruce tips right when they first bud out in early spring – which here in Alaska is beginning of June. Pep’s perfected the packing – there are a number of steps including a process of aerating the tips once they’re packed – we found out that freezing and vacuum packing needs to be done in the right order or the tips can spoil.



Does that process, picking them locally in one small town, affect the quality of the Spruce tips?



Geoff: It does in a very positive way that we didn’t anticipate. Because the people in Gustavus get excited by the prospect every year of picking this “cash crop,” they end up picking them quickly when they first bud, so during the “first flush” when the buds are being infused with that first flow of sugar-rich sap to promote the new growth. As a result, our tips benefit from being particularly tart and packed with flavor.



Why did you choose the base style of Olde English Ale?



Geoff: We actually first used spruce tips in our Old Growth Barleywine. I thought it was potentially how Capt. Cook might have brewed beer – in the method of creating “threads” on one brew – so the higher gravity first part of the mash was used for Barleywines, and then an Old English Ale, and then perhaps something with even less alcohol. After we did that Barleywine, I thought a nice cold-weather beer would be something fairly warming, but also mellow enough to have a couple with dinner. The Olde English Ale fit the flavor I was hoping to get and seemed like a likely style that Captain Cook would have been brewing.



To find Alaskan Winter Ale, use the Beer Finder on Alaskan Brewing’s website at alaskanbeer.com

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DuClaw - For Pete’s Sake! Coming 12/9

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From DuClaw:

For Pete's Sake! Imperial Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter
This Imperial Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter raises the bar again with its silky, full body, big roasted malt flavor and aroma dominated by rich notes of peanut butter and chocolate, subtle fruit and coffee notes, and a strong, warming 9% ABV. For Pete's Sake! — It's a whole new level of Chocolate Peanut Porter!
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Giveaways will end at 10pm (sharp), so get there early. Supplies are LIMITED. Must be at least 21 years of age. ID required
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Stella Artois And John Legend Debut First-Ever Duet With The Stars, In Celebration Of "Give Beautifully" Holiday Campaign

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NEW YORK, NY  Nov. 30, 2015  Stella Artois and award-winning artist John Legend today debuted the first-ever duet between a musical star on earth and actual stars in the sky. "Under the Stars," an exclusive holiday single written and performed by Legend, will be gifted to America as a part of the Stella Artois "Give Beautifully" holiday campaign. The duet pays homage to the brand's name, "Stella," which directly translates to "star" in Latin.



"I've always been fascinated by space exploration, so being able to pair that interest with my passion for music makes this collaboration with Stella Artois such a special one," says Legend. "The sound of stars is ethereal and has this dreamy vibe, which inspired 'Under the Stars,' a song about spreading love and togetherness during the holiday season. I couldn't think of a better way to gift my fans this year!



Stella Artois and award-winning artist John Legend today debuted the first-ever duet between a musical star on earth and actual stars in the sky....



Inspired by the raw emotional connections family and friends yearn for during the holidays, "Under the Stars" is written to convey the feelings people experience when they gaze at the night sky; stars are a source of inspiration, optimism and dreams. America can stream this free musical gift from Stella Artois exclusively at www.StellaArtois.com.



"Stella Artois was originally crafted as a holiday gift to the city of Leuven, Belgium and we want to pay tribute to our origin story and inspire the entire country to give beautifully this holiday season," says Ricardo Marques, vice president, Stella Artois. "Our star-studded collaboration with John is our holiday gift to America, a piece of our storied legacy memorialized in the most beautiful way."



The Science Behind the Song



Stars are known for illuminating the night sky, but a little-known fact is that stars also make sounds.  The frequencies by which a star's brightness changes can be translated into unique audible tones; from pulsing beats to ethereal vibes to atonal reverberations, each star has a unique sound.  "Under the Stars" features the distinct sounds of four different stars in the Universe in the song's intro, outro and chorus. Stella Artois sought the expertise of astrophysicist Zoltán Kolláth to translate and analyze these unique star sounds.



"Just as the keys on a piano work together to create a musical chord, each star's frequencies work together to create the individual sound fingerprint of the star," explains Kolláth. "It's a fascinating process that I've studied for many years and it's exciting to see this research be put to use in such a unique way."



John Legend Performs "Under the Stars" in New York City



Stella Artois will also give the gift of stars to the city that never sleeps – New York City – which rarely experiences a glimpse of the stars. "Stars" by Stella Artois, a first-of-its-kind immersive and interactive light installation, will dazzle city dwellers for a limited-time engagement this holiday. To commemorate the launch of the exhibit on December 9, 2015, Legend will perform "Under the Stars" during an exclusive concert under the lights of the art installation.



Beginning today through December 2, 2015, two lucky fans will have the chance to attend the star-filled launch night by retweeting the brand's "Under the Stars" Twitter post at www.Twitter.com/StellaArtois. "Stars" by Stella Artois will be open to the public fromThursday, December 10 – Friday, December 11 between 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 12 between 2:00 p.m. –9:00 p.m. at the Skylight at Moynihan Station.



A Season of Giving Beautifully



Stella Artois is inspiring consumers to "Give Beautifully" this holiday by filling the season with star-filled experiences, inspired gift ideas and one-of-a-kind celebrations. In addition to the gift of music and stars, the Stella Artois "Give Beautifully" campaign will include:



  • Curated giving: To inspire people to give beautifully, Stella Artois will provoke thoughtful gifting at Gilt.com/StellaArtois. Through a curated Stella Artois gift guide, consumers can choose from an assortment of designer items to give to their loved ones, including the brand's limited-edition Holiday Chalice.
  • Artful giving: Stella Artois will mark its debut at the country's premier art show in Miami by giving fans the beautiful gift of art in partnership with Visionaire. Miami show-goers will have exclusive access to free artwork from 12 distinguished artists as part of the publication's "FREE" issue and public installation from December 3-6, 2015, as presented by Stella Artois.
  • The Gift of Stella Artois: Stella Artois will offer two unique gifting options for lager lovers this holiday season. First, for those seeking the perfect addition to a holiday celebration, look for the Stella Artois and Stella Artois Cidre Holiday Gift Packs. Each of the premium packaged gift boxes contains a special holiday bottle and the brand's limited-edition Holiday Chalice.
  • Custom Chalices: Fans of the iconic Stella Artois Chalice can give it a personalized holiday touch when they purchase a 12-pack of Stella Artois this season. Redeem a unique code found on the packaging at StellaArtoisHoliday.com for a custom engraved Stella Artois Holiday Chalice.

To learn more about Legend's "Under the Stars" and the "Give Beautifully" holiday campaign, visit www.StellaArtois.com or follow @StellaArtois on social media. To go behind-the-scenes of the making of "Under the Stars," visithttp://www.YouTube.com/StellaArtois.

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Will New FDA Regulations Limit Craft Beer Choices

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FDA busybodies will mandate by next December that restaurant chains offer full nutritional information for beers on tap — everything from calorie counts to protein content. The rule forces breweries to do expensive tests to keep their suds flowing at places like Applebee’s or TGI Friday’s. 

Such lab work costs more than $600 per brew and takes weeks. Big manufacturers like Bud can absorb the expense and delays, but the city’s 30 small craft brewers will be hit hard. 

Many of these local artisanal brewers make dozens of different styles of beer, many of them seasonal — and each variety would require the costly, time-consuming analysis. Other Half Brewing in Brooklyn, for example, lists 42 brews on its Web site.

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RedRock Brewery - The Bobby Invictus Dub IPA

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This is The Bobby Invictus from RedRock Brewery in Salt Lake City, UT.  This American double IPA will be package din 500ml bottles and the beer will kick in at 8%-AbV.
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Bugnutty Brewing - Dark Matter Black IPA

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Coming to us from Bugnutty Brewing Co in Merritt Island, FL, today we have Dark Matter.  This black IPA will be packaged in 22oz bottles.

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Outer Light Brewing Partners With Rogo Distributors

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Groton, Connecticut: Outer Light Brewing Company (OLBC) products will soon be available to more craft beer fans across Connecticut with the announcement of a distribution partnership with Rogo Distributors of East Hartford, CT.



Under the agreement, Rogo will distribute the entire line of OLBC’s draught and forthcoming bottled beers across Hartford and Tolland counties.



“We’re excited to bring OLBC beer to more people,” said OLBC co-founder Tom Drejer. “Craft beer consumers in Connecticut are getting more and more sophisticated, and we’ve been eager to bring OLBC beer to the Hartford area” said Drejer.  “We have emphasized the quality of our product from the beginning, and we’ve succeeded in creating singular beers that are approachable, flavorful, and enjoyable.”



“Outer Light Brewing has already created a buzz in the Connecticut craft beer community,” stated Clement Sayers, general manager of Rogo Distributors. “Craft beer drinkers are looking for quality and consistency, which Outer Light Brewing brings to the table with Lonesome Boatman Ale, Libation Propaganda Coffee Stout, SUBduction IPA and an impressive collection of innovate experimental styles.”



Outer Light Brewing Company opened its doors to the public in April 2015 and has made its mark on the Connecticut brewing scene.  Currently distributed on draft in eastern Connecticut and across much of the State’s shoreline, OLBC will begin distribution of bottled products in early 2016.



Rogo will begin distribution of OLBC beers immediately.

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RedRock Releasing Secale 2015, Furlong & Griswald’s Holiday Ale

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From RedRock:

We uncovered three cases of Secale in the cold-room last week. We’re selling it today only (Monday) at the Red Rock Beer Store with a limit of 2-bottles per person - while supplies last.
It won’t be in the cooler…you’ll have to ask for it.

When it’s gone, we will post a notice on the Red Rock Beer Store facebook page. Cheers!

443 North 400 West - Open 11 -7 Today

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT – It’s that time of year, when beer lovers across the land begin suffering from “Pumpkin Ale fatigue”.

Fortunately, the brewers at Red Rock Brewery have been coming to the rescue for 20-years with their cult-like holiday seasonal release – Griswald’s Holiday Ale.

Griswald’s Holiday Ale pours a golden-amber color with a bright-white head.  It has the sweet smell of nutmeg and clove with a subtle hint of gingerbread.

The taste is delicious. Far from bitter…not overly sweet.  It’s a well-balanced, medium bodied ale with flavors of gingerbread, cinnamon, and orange-peel.  This beer offers a sleigh-load of holiday cheer at 8.5% ABV.

Griswald’s Holiday Ale is available at all Red Rock Brewpubs and a limited number of UDABC stores, restaurants and beer bars. You can buy bottles to-go at the Red Rock Beer Store, located downtown at 443 N. 400 W.  Open Tuesday through Friday from 11-7pm and Saturday from 11-5pm.

A lighter version of this Holiday Ale (4.0% ABV) will be sold exclusively through Harmons Grocery stores and will be packaged as Red Rock Brewing Holiday Ale.  Look for it on store shelves beginning the first week of November.

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RedRock has been aging their Drioma Russian Imperial Stout in Bourbon barrels to form Furlong.  This beer will be released 12/9 with a 6-bottle limit.

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Quinn Brewing - Drowsy Emperor, Dead Bob & Elwood Island 12oz Bottles

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Here’s a new bottle coming from Quinn Brewing Co in North Huntingdon, PA.  This is Drowsy Emperor and it is a British-style brown ale that will be packaged in 12oz bottles.  This beer will hit 6.3%-AbV.  We also have Dead Bob Ale (6.8%-AbV) and Elwood Island Irish-style red ale (6.3%-AbV).
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Barley John’s Brewing - Boggan Brew Winter Ale 16oz Cans

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Coming to us from barley John’s Brewing in New Richmond, WI, today we have Boggan Brew.  This winter ale will be package din 16oz cans and the beer hits 8.5%-AbV and 50 IBU.
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Corona Extra’s ‘O Tannenpalm’ Holiday Ad Celebrates 25 Years

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CHICAGO, IL (Nov. 30, 2015) - This holiday season, viewers across America will see the familiar sight of a single palm tree decorated with colorful Christmas lights for the 25th consecutive year. The iconic Corona Extra holiday commercial, ‘O Tannenpalm,’ is the beer industry’s longest continually running TV spot and one of the longest-running holiday advertisements of all time.

The 30-second spot opens with a tropical scene at nightfall – tall palm trees along the shore paint a picture of seaside serenity. Crickets, frogs and birds offer a soundtrack to a sleepy evening on the water. The moon and cabana are the only light sources until someone off screen begins to whistle the traditional Christmas song, ‘O Tannenbaum,’ and suddenly, as though someone in the cabana flips a switch, one of the palm trees is illuminated in vibrant, colorful lights. Text on screen appears wishing viewers ‘Feliz Navidad,’ and the scene fades out. No actors, dialogue, voiceover or product. For a quarter of a century, the success of this beloved ad has relied purely on the viewer’s connection to Corona Extra’s beach state of mind and the passport to carefree enjoyment – a mindset particularly cherished during the busy holiday season.

The spot has run annually from Thanksgiving through the New Year since first airing in November of 1990. To celebrate the anniversary, Corona Extra – the nation’s No. 1 imported beer – is revealing details never before shared with its fans about this treasured holiday advertisement in a special behind-the-scenes video featuring the original creative director, the story of the original pitch, and on-set secrets.

“When you open a bottle of Corona, you’re instantly transported to a place like the setting of ‘O Tannenpalm.’ But that type of brand connection can’t happen overnight – it’s built over time with consistency and authenticity,” said Jim Sabia, Chief Marketing Officer for Constellation Brand’s Beer Division – the exclusive brewer, marketer and supplier of Corona Extra for the United States. “This spot is really a testament to that foundation our marketing team began building nearly three decades ago. We’ve stayed the course, and we are so honored this ad has been a small part of Americans’ holiday traditions for the past 25 years and will be for many more to come.”

Visit Corona Extra’s YouTube channel to watch the video and hear the story behind the iconic holiday spot.

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Modern Times - Hooloomooloo Double IPA 22oz Bottles

29 November 2015

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Here’s another new bottle coming from Modern Times in San Diego, CA.  This is Hooloomooloo and it is a Double IPA that uses new hop varieties.  This beer will be package din 22oz bottles and it will hit 10%-AbV and 80 IBU.
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Modern Times - Floating World 22oz Bottles

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Today we get a look at the 22oz bottle for Modern Times Floating World.  This IPA features “incredibly rare & delicious” South African hops (J-17 & Southern Passion) as well as Citra and it will now be packaged in 22oz bottles.  This beer will hit 7.8%-AbV and 75 IBU.
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Saucony Creek Announces 2016 Cask Collective

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From Saucony Creek:

We’re very excited to begin building the 2016 Saucony Creek Cask Collective. This is the private cellar where we offer our loyal supporters the most unique and memorable barrel-aged beers that Saucony Creek will brew in 2016. In return, each Collective member directly supports the production of these beers and promotes the ongoing growth of Saucony Creek Brewing, allowing us to build an even stronger local craft beer community.

Membership includes the following:

    
•    Six different barrel-aged beers (750ml / 25.4 fl. oz. bottles) exclusive to the 2016 Cask Collective members only.

    
•    Two 2016 Cask Collective beer glasses

    
•    One 2016 Cask Collective membership t-shirt

    
•    Option to purchase extra bottles of each beer release (if extras are available)

    
•    Exclusive access to the Saucony Creek Gastropub's Cask Collective draft line.

    
•    End-of-year party for all 2016 members

    
•    First rights to renew your membership for 2017

Follow this link to the cellar to purchase your 2015 Cask Collective membership.

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The Alchemist - The Millennium Turkey (Video)


From The Alchemist:

George Lucas' lesser known first cut with the Millennium Turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Lansing Brewing - Amber Cream Ale 12oz Cans

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Here’s a new can coming from Lansing Brewing Co in Lansing, MI.  This is Amber Cream Ale is a resurrection of a 100-year old beer and it will now be packaged in 12oz cans.  Amber Cream Ale will hit 5.2%-AbV.
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Modern Times - Symmetric Orchestra 750ml Bottles

28 November 2015

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This is Symmetric Orchestra from Modern Times Beer in San Diego, CA.  This “otherworldly sour” is fermented with over a dozen strains of Brettanomyces and then it is aged on oak. This Funky, Oaked Sour will be packaged in 750ml bottles and the beer comes in at 7%-AbV and 35 IBU,
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Grand Teton 2016 Cellar Reserve - Gose

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Here’s another 2016 Cellar Reserve series beer coming from Grand Teton Brewing in Victor, ID.  This is Gose and it is brewed with coriander and it is conditioned with lactobacillus.  This is a 750ml bottle and the beer hits 6.5%-AbV.
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Miami Brewing - Burnt Banana Bomber Russian Imperial Stout

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Here’s a new bottle coming from Miami Brewing Co in Homestead, FL.  This is Burnt Banana Bomber and it is a Russian imperial stout that is aged over 3 years.  This is a 22oz bottle and the beer bombs in at 11.3%-AbV.
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Hitachino Nest Beer - Lager

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This is Hitachino Nest Beer Lager.  This is a 11.2oz bottle coming to the U.S. and the beer hits 5.5%-AbV.

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Mothers Brewing - Uncanny Ameican Pale Ale

27 November 2015

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Here’s a potential new release from Mother’s Brewing Co in Springfield, MO.  This is Uncanny and it is an American pale ale that will be packaged in 12oz bottles.  This beer hits 5.6%-AbV and 55 IBU and stay tuned for more details.

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Stone - Arrogant Bastard Coming To 16oz Cans

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So here’s your breaking beer news and what a perfect day to break it.  Here’s your first look at Stone Arrogant Bastard as it will look when it is released in a 16oz can!  Yes that’s right, Arrogant Bastard Cans.  This is all part of the bastard going on the road and Arrogant Bastard Brewing, so it should be no surprise to see this new package.  This is a 16oz Ball can and the beer remains at 7.2%-AbV.  According to the label, this will be packaged in Escondido, CA….and keep in mind this does not necessarily mean we will see other Stone beers coming to cans.
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Victory - XX 20th Anniversary Ale Imperial Pilsner

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Happy 20th Anniversary to Victory Brewing.  To celebrate the occasion, Victory will create XX 20th Anniversary Imperial Pilsner.  This 2016 release will be package din 750ml bottles and the beer will come in at 8.5%-AbV.
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Bruery Terreux - Juggling Walruses Coming To Bottles

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I’ll admit, I was hoping this beer would make it to bottles.  Here we have Bruery Terreux Juggling Walruses and it is 34% ale age din Bourbon barrels and 66% ale aged in oak barrels with black currants.  This is a 750ml bottle and the beer hits 10%-AbV.
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New Belgium - Fat Tire - Aloha Hawaii Surfboard Bottles

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Here’s a peek at a new specialty bottle coming from New Belgium
This is Fat Tire and this surfboard edition will help New Belgium launch in Hawaii in Feb 2016.  This is a 12oz bottle and this amber ale remains the same.
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Clown Shoes - Moses And The Misfits Imperial Cream Ale (6th Anniversary)

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Here’s your first look at a new bottle coming from Clown Shoes.  This is Moses And The Misfits and it is an imperial cream ale brewed with cocoa nibs.  This beer will be brewed to celebrate Clown Shoes’ 6th Anniversary and it will be packaged in 22oz bottles.  Look for Moses And The Misfits to hit 9%-AbV.
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New Belgium - Hoppy Blonde Ale

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It’s only a keg label, but here we have New Belgium Hoppy Blonde Ale.  This beer will hit 5.7%-AbV and I expect we’ll see more in the spring.
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Boulder Beer - Hazed Hoppy Session Ale Limited Edition Can

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Today we have the limited edition can for Boulder Beer Hazed.  This hoppy session ale remains the same, but this is a limited edition Colorado state license plate 12oz can.  Stay tuned for release details.

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Old Dominion Brewing - Oak Barrel Stout 12oz Bottles

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Here’s your first look at the new bottle coming from Old Dominion Brewing co in Dover, DE.  This is the latest version of Oak Barrel Stout and it is an oak-aged stout fermented on vanilla beans.  This beer is packaged in 12oz bottles and the beer will hit 5.5%-AbV and 45 IBU.
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