Modern Times Mage Hand IPA Cans & Tequila Barrel Bottles Coming 9/19

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Monday marks the arrival of our second 16oz special release can on BPT. We're calling it Mage Hand IPA, and it's the latest in our series of hazy, enormously flavorful juice bombs. We stuffed this miracle elixir with Chinook, Simcoe, Mosaic, and Equinox hops for an explosion of juicy, tropical dankness that is likely to elicit spontaneous high-fiving upon contact with the palate. It's pure liquid victory, and it's arriving alongside some incredible barrel-aged beers.

Riding shotgun with this monumentally tasty IPA will be a full compliment of 22oz, tequila barrel-aged whales, including Aztec Mummy (our tequila barrel-aged gose), Aztec Mummy with Mango & Guava, Monsters' Park Aged in Tequila Barrels, and Monsters' Park Aged in Tequila Barrels with Vanilla, Lime, & Sea Salt. We were seriously blown away by how rad this unlikely combination of beers and barrels worked out, and we can't wait for you to share in our elation.

This soul-stirring menagerie of rare beasts will be hitting BPT this coming Monday, 9/19, at 10AM, following a League pre-sale. We'll send out an email that morning with the full details and sale link, so keep an eye on that inbox.

FINALLY, the legendary refreshment of the Fruitlands series pushes boldly forward with the introduction of our latest 22oz variant, Blood Orange & Hibiscus Fruitlands. Our funky, refreshing base gose achieves peak crushability with the adddition of an abundance of blood oranges and hibiscus, yielding a profile that is citrusy, floral, and unbelievably tasty. You can expect to see this beautiful beverage hitting shelves and taps all over our distribution areas starting later this week. We think it's going to make you exceedingly happy.

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