Baxter Brewing - Ceremony IPA w/Green Tea, Ein Stein, Stowaway, Maine Lager, Ryepen, Per Diem, Prost Secco, Pinot Brune, Bootleg Fireworks & Hop Tryst Coming To Cans

imageThis morning we have a new can coming from Baxter Brewing in Lewiston, ME.  This is Ceremony and it is an IPA brewed with Australian gunpowder green tea (and match green tea powder) as well as German and American hops.  This beer hits a sessionable 4.2%-AbV and this is the 12oz can.   We also have Hop Tryst IPA (6.4%-AbV, 16oz cans), Stowaway IPA (6.9%-AbV, 16oz can), Maine Lager (5.3%-AbV, 12oz cans), Per Diem pre-prohibition porter (5.5%-AbV), Prost Secco kettle sour ale brewed with Champagne grapes, peaches and pears (5.3%-AbV, 12oz cans), Ryepen farmhouse ale brewed with cider apples and spices (6.5%-AbV, 12oz cans), Bootleg Fireworks DIPA brewed with too many hops to list (9%-AbV, 16oz cans), Pinot Brune kettle sour brown ale with cherries, black currants and Pinoy Noir grapes (5.3%-AbV, 12oz cans) & Ein Stein  brilliant lager (4.9%-AbV, 12oz cans).Baxter Brewing Ein Stein Baxter Brewing Stowaway IPABaxter Brewing Maine Lager imageimage.
This update on Prost Secco from Baxter:
Drawing inspiration from two of the world’s greatest fermentation traditions, German Sour Ales and Sparkling Wines, we crafted this genre crossing concoction we are calling Prost Secco. Kettle soured and then blended with a wheat centric ale fermented with Chardonnay grapes, peaches and pears, this one-of-a-kind beer is crisp and tart while showing beautiful depth of flavor and aromatics. This unexpected intersection of cultures opens exciting possibilities on the flavor frontier.Read more >

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