Modern Times Releasing Sleepless City Bottles & Golden Pineapple Draft

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IN SPECIAL RELEASE NEWS, we've just unleashed the dark, bewitching mélange of flavorcraft that is Sleepless City. Our October 22oz release is a delicious, toasty brown ale meticulously layered with our house-roasted coffee, vanilla beans, and cocoa nibs. The result is nothing short of transcendent, with the beautiful blend of coffee and spices lighting up the palate with a rousing parade of autumnal magic. It packs an incredible amount of complexity at 5.7%, and we couldn't be happier with this year's batch. This wondrous beverage is currently available on tap and in bottles at our tasting rooms, and is hitting shelves and taps around our distribution areas as we speak.

IN MEGA-TROPICAL IPA NEWS, we've got an absurdly tasty pilot batch of IPA on draft at our tasting rooms. We're calling it Golden Pineapple, and it's the first delicious iteration of an upcoming 16oz special release can. Judging by the first draft, this is going to be an absolute face-melter. We created this beast with a blend of Neverwhere (100% Brett IPA) and a special, hazified version of City of the Sun with double the usual dry hop load. These two beloved beers combine to form a mind-boggling goliath of intensely tropical radness that amplifies the best elements of its component beers. If you would like to join in our collective excitement about this new beverage, we'd recommend swinging by and grabbing a pint soon. It's super fresh, and won't be back again until the online sale.

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