Due South Releasing Maple Orange Imperial Caramel Cream Ale, Mexican Standoff & Citrafied

imageFrom Due South Brewing:

Boynton Beach, FL (November 1, 2016) —

November sees the release of a couple of sought-after beers for Due South. First, today marks the release of Maple Orange Imperial Caramel Cream Ale, our winter seasonal for 2016-2017. It begins with a base of Imperial Caramel Cream Ale with which we add orange and maple. The beer will be available on draft and in 12 ounce cans in both our taproom and in distribution.

Next, we are putting the finishing touches on Mexican Standoff, an incredibly complex porter filled with chocolate, cinnamon, vanilla bean, and chili peppers. It’s rich, spiced, and full of tingly heat. We made a special limited batch of this highly requested beer, so look for this one to be available in our taproom and in crowlers to-go.

In addition, we have a new beer that will soon see wide distribution: Citrafied, a Citra hop heavy American pale ale that sits at 5.1% ABV. It’s light, refreshing, and displays some amazing tropical fruit aromas. We are bringing this one out in stages, with a taproom draft release today, followed by distribution in both kegs and 12 ounce cans by the end of November.

Finally, November is Caramel Cream Month, where we will be highlighting our classic and best-selling beer. If you haven’t tried a Caramel Cream Ale lately, you should. We will be having special tasting events at select retailers throughout the month, check below for details.

For a full list of locations where you can find Due South beer, check out the beer finder.

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