Two Roads Announces 2017 Product Calendar

imageFrom Two Roads:

Two Roads is proud to announce their product lineup for 2017. The first addition is the new spring seasonal, Zero 2 Sixty; a tart IPA with a pleasant balance of tartness plus juicy hops. Zero 2 Sixty has the backbone of a classic IPA generously hopped with Chinook, Comet and other hop varieties but is kettle-soured for a distinct and pleasant tart kick. Look for this beer in six pack bottles, cans, and draft. 

Two Roads will also introduce its new “Tanker Truck Series” of flavored gose-style ales starting in Spring 2017. The first will be passion fruit followed by other fruit varieties throughout the year. This new series is named for the repurposed milk truck Two Roads uses to safely sour beers without risk of contaminating the brewery inside. The Tanker Truck line up will be available in draft and 16 oz. 4-pack cans.  

Starting in the spring for Connecticut only, Two Roads will be releasing 16 oz. cans of Two Juicy, their New England style IPA. This 8.2% ABV unfiltered IPA is a beauty. Limited quantities of kegs of Two Juicy will also be available in Connecticut as well as all other Two Roads markets. Also shifting to the late spring will be Two Roads’ Rye 95 Tripel in four pack bottles. 

Lastly, Two Roads Beer Bus can variety packs will feature a rotating line up of their year-round beers in addition to their seasonal beers. The next variety pack will ship in early January 2017 featuring Espressway Cold Brew Coffee Stout, Lil Heaven Session IPA, Workers Comp Farmhouse Ale along with Zero 2 Sixty Tart IPA.

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