Modern Times Releasing Six New Beers & Adding Idaho Distribution

imageFrom Modern Times:

If you're in the market for new and delicious beer, you'll be immensely pleased to discover that this month's online sale is a straight-up juggernaut of liquid badassery. Two breathtaking barrel-aged imperial stouts, two shockingly delicious new Symmetric Orchestra variants, the return of a beloved fruited IPA, and a hazy, dazzlingly tasty collaboration with Cloudwater Brewing are all about to drop right into your lucky little hands. The sale goes live to the public at 10AM on 8/20, and we'll be posting the link & more details here next week. For now, here's a look at what's going up for grabs:

DEVIL'S TEETH AGED IN JAMAICAN RUM BARRELS: TURKISH COFFEE EDITION
We aged this batch of Devil's Teeth in Jamaican rum barrels and loaded it up with cardamom, coffee, and vanilla, resulting in a captivating bouquet of oak, dark fruit, coffee, and spices that wraps the palate in a warm, hearty embrace and fills the heart with pure joy. 
ABV: 11.6%

MONSTERS' PARK AGED IN QUADRUPLE FLOWERS BARRELS
This is Monsters' Park, our hulking, cantankerous imperial stout, aged in fragrant, oaky barrels which had recently housed a legendary single-barrel bourbon. The barrel character is immediately evident on the nose and only grows more intense in flavor, with caramel and slightly fruity notes intermingling with the huge roast character of the beer to yield a singularly magical drinking experience.
ABV: 15%

SYMMETRIC ORCHESTRA W/ BLOOD ORANGE, GUAVA, & HIBISCUS
Symmetric Orchestra is an otherworldly sour beer fermented with over a dozen strains of Brettanomyces and aged on oak. After a careful kettle souring, this beer mingled with a veritable United Nations of funky cultures and wood until sufficient awesomeness had been achieved. We then added a boatload of guava, blood orange, & hibiscus to the mix, yielding a beer that's sour, deeply funky and exploding with citrusy, tropical magic that carries through to a lingering, oaky finish. 
ABV: 6.6%

SYMMETRIC ORCHESTRA W/ BLUEBERRY & BLACK CURRANTS
We added a king's ransom of blueberries & black currants to this batch of Symmetric Orchestra, yielding a beer that's tart, deeply funky and exploding with berry radness that carries through to a lingering, oaky finish. 
ABV: 7.3%

ROOTS OF COINCIDENCE
This absurdly tasty pale ale is the result of our collaboration with U.K. hop sorcerers Cloudwater Brew Co., and sports a wheat & pilsner malt bill alongside a delicious plethora of hops including Equinox, Southern Passion, Hallertau Blanc, Mosaic, and Simcoe. The result is an unstoppably juicy, tropical masterpiece with a big pillowy head and luxuriously silky mouthfeel.
ABV: 5.5%

ATTACK FREQUENCY IPA
This unmitigated juice-bomb is back and better than ever, having benefitted from all we've learned in the realm of hazy IPA magic. Brewed with Citra, Amarillo, El Dorado, & Rakau hops before a liberal helping of guava & apricot, this thing is an absolute fruit party, and we couldn’t be more psyched to re-create the beer that started it all.
ABV: 6.8%

Pretty rad, right? Mark your calendars for 8/20, and keep an eye on your inbox for more details.

LET'S DO THIS, IDAHO! We are just pleased as punch to be expanding our Pacific Northwest distribution into the Gem State, and we’re celebrating with a week of events featuring our exceedingly delicious beverages. Residents of Boise and its surrounding areas can now expect to begin seeing our beers on shelves & taps on the regular, which we think is pretty damn nifty. If you need help finding cans, bottles, or draft, feel free to email us at info@moderntimesbeer.com and we'll point you in the right direction.
You can peruse this sweet flyer for the overview of launch week events, and check out the full details via the events page
HERE.

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