Coronado Brewing Punk'In Drublic Returns For 2016

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San Diego, CA - August 12, 2016 - It might feel like summer, but autumn is in the air with Coronado Brewing Company's highly anticipated autumn release, Punk'In Drublic. Part of the 'Crown Series' seasonal offerings, Punk'In Drublic Imperial Pumpkin Ale is crafted to stand out from your garden variety pumpkin beer. "We brewed Punk'In Drublic to be a bigger, bolder version of a pumpkin beer. The higher alcohol content adds a warming complexity that really enhances the blend of spices we use," says Ryan Brooks, Head Brewer, Coronado Brewing.

Since it's inception three years ago, Punk'In Drublic has garnered fans near and wide for its bold use of spices and real pumpkin. "We use real pumpkin puree--one pound per barrel of beer--as well as cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, brown sugar, and honey. The final result isn't too sweet, and reminds you of the best parts of the season," says Brooks.

Punk'In Drublic is now hitting shelves in the company's newly rebranded packaging, in 12oz 6-packs, 22oz bottles, and on draft. Visit www.coronadobrewing.com/punkin-drublic to find the beer near you. Stay coastal. Cheers.
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Punk'In Drublic specs:

Style:                           Imperial Pumpkin Ale

ABV:                            8.0%

Bitterness:                    35 IBU

Package:                     12 oz. 6-packs, 22oz. bottles, and on draft

Release:                      August 2016

Punk'In Drublic Copy:

Taste autumn in the land of eternal sunshine with our Imperial Pumpkin Ale. Brewed with brown sugar, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and plenty of would-be-jack-o-lanterns, this beer delivers autumn's trademark flavors along with a hint of West Coast character, whether enjoyed in a pumpkin patch or on the beach.

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