New Holland Brewing to Bring Back Six Beers in Celebration of 20th Anniversary

imageWe’ve been bringing you a peek at these beers already (here, here, here & here), but today we have the official details from New Holland:

HOLLAND, MI ., — In celebration of its 20th anniversary, New Holland Brewing Company (NHB) will release six throwback beers, an assortment of fan and brewer favorites from the past 20 years. The special edition release will be available during NHB’s annual Hatter Days Street Party on June 10. The limited release throwback beers will be offered in six packs at New Holland’s Pub on 8th in Holland and at The Knickerbocker in Grand Rapids, beginning June 10.

“We are thrilled to include throwback beers as part of our 20th anniversary celebration,” says New Holland President Brett VanderKamp. “We want to thank everyone who has supported us over the past two decades by bringing back some of our favorite brews. It’s a special time for us, and we’re excited to revel in the nostalgia of this milestone with the community at what will be our most dynamic Hatter Days Street Party yet.”

The throwback beer lineup includes:

Kourage

First brewed in 1997, this brown ale was originally named “Dutch Kourage.” It is a dark, aggressively hopped brown ale with robust malt flavor and hints of chocolate.

Zoomer Wit

This wheat ale was first brewed 1998 with orange, spices and American-grown wheat. Its subtle hints of citrus fruit made Zoomer a summer-time favorite.

Y2K

Hailing from the year 1999, Y2K is a barleywine-style ale with deep mahogany hues. It is rich in body and contains notes of caramel and raisin.

Green Hornet

Green Hornet also comes from 1999. It is an American-style pale ale that is golden in color. The beer is bright and crisp with just enough hop character, complemented by a sweet malt finish.

Jubilee

Jubilee was first brewed in 1999 and harmoniously blends fruit and fermentation character into a delicious, balanced sip.

Blue Goat

First brewed 2006, this doppelbock beer is chestnut in color with a nutty malt profile from its Munich malt. It has a muted hop presence and caramelized body to culminate a dry finish.

These limited release throwback brews will be available at throwback pricing. Preorder for the throwback beers will be available for members of New Holland’s Fairbanks Society (mug club) May 30 through June 6 at New Holland Brewing’s Sidecar storefront, located at the Pub on 8th.


In addition to the throwback brews, Hatter Days will feature a portfolio of Hatter family brews on tap including, Tasmanian Hatter (Galaxy IPA), White Hatter (Belgian-style White Pale Ale) and the beer that started it all, Mad Hatter IPA.

The event remains a free, family-friendly occasion. All ages are welcome to enjoy a BBQ cookout, live music from local and national acts and all-day acts from Daredevil Circus from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Hatter Days will continue with an afterparty inside the Pub until 1 a.m.

The live music lineup includes:

  • 4:00 p.m. – The Ragbirds
  • 5:30 p.m. – Mucca Pazza
  • 7:30 p.m. – Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers
  • 9:15 p.m. – The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
  • 11:00 p.m. – Street Party ends and afterparty begins at the Pub with music from Rusty’s Big Ass Band & Silent Disco
  • DJ Dr. Joel between sets

New Holland Brewing is proud to partner with Kids’ Food Basket for Hatter Days this year. Guests who bring items from the Kids’ Food Basket Wish List to street party will be entered to win one of many raffle prizes, including a private beer and spirits paired dinner for 10.

ALL AGES WELCOME, FREE ADMISSION

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