Great Lakes Releasing Cloud Clutter

Great Lakes Releasing Cloud ClutterWe brought you a peek at this beer, and now the details from Great Lakes:

Winter clouds are clearing for sunnier skies and our newest seasonal is ready to take to flight! Airborne with big citrus flavors and aromas, Cloud Cutter Ale is set to dazzle in its debut beginning this March.

Brewed with orange and lemon peel, bright citrus flavors burst through like sunshine in this slightly cloudy wheat ale. Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, and Jarrylo hops soar in formation for an added tropical flair, while a light and crisp body keeps things refreshingly steady. Just like the historic Cleveland Air Races the brew's bright label artwork pays tribute to, Cloud Cutter Ale is sure to thrill with its flavorful aerobatics.

Cloud Cutter Ale lands in 6-Pack, 12-Pack, and draft throughout our distribution footprint beginning Monday, March 19, 2018. See complete release details below…

RELEASE DETAILS:
GLBC Gift Shop: Beginning Friday, March 16
GLBC Market Distribution: Beginning Monday, March 19

IN THE BOTTLE:
Flavor: Citrusy hop flavors and aromas barrel roll through a cloud cover of pillowy wheat and crisp malt.
ABV: 5.1%
IBU: 40
Pairs with: Grilled shrimp, goat cheese, and your inner daredevil
Malts: Harrington 2-Row, Wheat, Acidulated
Hops: Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, Jarrylo
Special: Orange Peel, Lemon Peel

ON THE BOTTLE:
Don’t whiz past our Cloud Cutter Ale’s label artwork, or you might miss an original 1949 flight course map from the historic Cleveland Air Races. The annual aerial event first took place in our hometown in 1929, and packed the grandstands with its high-speed closed-course races.
Want to know what else we have in store for 2018? Check out our release calendar
here. Want to know where you can find GLBC near you? Try out our Beer Finder here.

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