Modern Times - Trueland, Aurora & Mage Hand IPA Coming In Sept

imageFrom Modern Times:

September is set to be a month of jaw-dropping libational wizardry as we unleash a bangin' new monthly special release bomber and a fresh batch of Aurora, our beloved red rye IPA. Here's the low-down on these two beauties:

  • Trueland (September special release bomber): We stuffed this gloriously refreshing pale ale to the gills with Simcoe and Amarillo hops, yielding a classic American hop profile overflowing with piney dankness and tangerine zest. Crushability level: critical. ABV: 5.5%
  • Aurora (Fall seasonal can): This ruby red IPA marries the spiciness of rye with a dank, fruity hop profile to create a sensory carnival of delicious complexity. This is our best batch yet, and we can't wait to get some in your face. ABV: 6.7%
Both of these wonders of liquid engineering will be hitting shelves and taps around our distribution areas beginning the first week of September, although if you're in the neighborhood and want a sneak peek at Trueland, it's on tap at the Fermentorium right now.

IN YET MORE SPECIAL RELEASE NEWS, we're getting ready to drop our 2nd 16oz special release can, and it's going to be insanely delicious. Hot on the heels of our wildly successful Attack Frequency release comes Mage Hand IPA, an uber-juicy, hazy miracle of dankness that is about to storm your face-gates and occupy your flavor palace. You don't even know. 

These impossibly stylish 16oz cans will be dropping in September via our next BPT sale, which we'll be giving you more details on in an upcoming email. Stay tuned, and get ready to believe in magic.

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