Two Roads Wins Gold at GABF & Roadsmary's Other Baby Coming 10/21

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Gold for Hexotic Tropical Lambic in Belgian Style Lambic/Sour Category
Two Roads Brewing Company is thrilled to announce its Hexotic brand has won the gold medal in the Belgian Style Lambic or Sour Ale category at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival (GABF). The GABF is held each year in Denver, CO and is the premier beer festival and competition in America featuring 1752 breweries that entered a record 7,227 beers.

Hexotic was a long time in the making having spent 2½ years in oak barrels. Over that period, six different tropical fruits were added at different stages. Orange, mango, guava, guanabana, passion fruit and mangosteen were used. A very slow but complex transformation occurred over time and the beer was finally released in November 2015.

“To receive a medal for one of our barrel-aged sour beers is especially rewarding," said Master Brewer Phil Markowski. "These are highly complex beers that require nurturing over a long period of time. They say ‘good things come to those who wait.'" 

Roadsmary's Other Baby to be Released in Bottles on Oct 21 at Two Roads

For the first time ever, Two Roads will be releasing Roadsmary's Other Baby in 500 mL bottles. This "Director's Cut" of our scary-good pumpkin ale will be available only at the brewery starting on October 21st at noon and sold until they sell out. Roadsmary’s Other Baby has a higher ABV than Roadsmary’s Baby and is also unblended and aged longer in rum barrels. 

Each person will be allowed to purchase up to three bottles per day while supplies last; 900 bottles will be sold in total. A limited supply of Roadsmary’s Other Baby will also be on tap in our tasting room and limited edition Other Baby taster glasses will be for sale

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