Cigar City Announces 2017 Release Calendar

imageFrom Cigar City:

Cigar City is excited to introduce its 2017 Distribution clendar filled with Cigar City fan-favorites and exciting new additions. The calendar includes: Cores, a Nitro Series, and Special Releases poised to hit CCB’s entire distribution footprint. This new line-up launches in January with the Nitro Series release of El Coco Coconut Flan Ale and the Special Series release of White Oak Jai Alai.

Cigar City  is currently available in 6 states including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York. Expansion into numerous new markets is slated for 2017, with a new state being announced after the new year. CCB ales and lagers are also exported to the country of Denmark.

Cigar City Brewing’s 2017 Portfolio


Jai Alai IPA [Year-Round]

Maduro Brown Ale [Year-Round]

Invasion Pale Ale [Year-Round]

Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale [Year-Round]

Tampa-style Lager [Year-Round]

Nitro Series:

El Coco Coconut Flan Ale [January & February]

Hornswoggled Red Ale [March & April]

Vanilla Maduro Brown Ale [May & June]

Horchata Tropical Ale [July & August]

Good Gourd Imperial Pumpkin Ale [September & October]

Cafe Con Leche Sweet Stout [November & December]

Special Releases:

White Oak Jai Alai [January, February, June & July]

Marshal Zhukov’s Penultimate Push [March]

Guayabera Citra Pale Ale [April & October]

Vanilla Maduro Brown Ale [May & November]

Marshal Zhukov’s Imperial Stout [August]

Good Gourd Imperial Pumpkin Ale [September]

Cafe Con Leche Sweet Stout [December]

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