BREWS NEWS(10.5.18)

Written By: Alex Taylor
Edited by: Isis Jones

NEW BREWS NEWS

Stone “Enjoy By 10.31.18”
Style:
Imperial IPA
ABV: 9.4%
Notes: Consistently delivered faster than any bottled IPA on the planet, Stone Enjoy By IPA facilitated a paradigm shift in respect for and enjoyment of hoppy beers by ensuring craft beer fans the ultimate level of freshness. Stone brews this intense double IPA with more than 10 different hops, employing hop-bursting and dry-hopping techniques to amp up the peach and tropical fruit notes and overall hop factor. Brewed specifically NOT to last, this devastatingly fresh, golden beauty should be enjoyed within 37 days.


Stone “ParaXtra Normal IPA”
Style:
American IPA
ABV: 7.7%
Notes: It’s no secret that at Stone Brewing they love hops. They also love using other REAL ingredients. This special draft-only release combines real mandarin orange and pineapple with a more-than-generous addition of hops. Using London Ale III yeast gives this beer some added body that serves as a jumping-off point for the fruit and hops. It’s juicy, ultra-refreshing and of course, hoppy as shit. If Stone’s Fear Movie Lions Hazy IPA got lucky with a one night stand with their Vengeful Spirit Fruited IPA, it’d be the ParaXtra Normal.


 

Terrapin “Touch of Grisette”
Style:
Grisette
ABV: 4.2%
Notes: Dry-hopped with Azacca for an aromatic rush, this classic farmhouse-style ale has lodes of wheat and spelt for a soft, biscuit malt profile. Look for a slightly tart and spicy finish from the lactic fermentation and traditional saison yeast. Every silver lining has a touch of Grisette.    

 
  Via Stone Brewing Instagram @StoneBrewingRVA

Via Stone Brewing Instagram @StoneBrewingRVA


Charm City “Pumpkin”
Style:
Spiced Sparkling Mead
ABV: 6.9%
Notes: Charm City’s fall seasonal is a unique alternative to the ever-growing pumpkin craze. This effervescent autumnal beverage is sure to keep things light with its subtle harvest spice and use of true pumpkin. We’ve seen Pumpkin IPAs, Pumpkin Pale Ales, Pumpkin Porters, Pumpkin Saisons, Pumpkin Barleywines, Pumpkin Wild Ales, and even hearty Imperial Pumpkin Stouts…Charm City’s rendition is simplicity at its finest as it captures the signature cool weather feeling but finishes incredibly light and easy.


Terrapin “Gamma Ray”
Style:
Wheatwine
ABV: 10.8%
Notes: Gamma Ray is a wheat beer brewed with a massive amount of honey from Savannah Bee Company. This super powered blast from the past will make you believe time travel is possible. One quick note, this thing does not drink like it’s 10.8%, consume with caution.    

 

SUMMER/FALL SEASONALS

  Via Atlas Brew Works Twitter @AtlasBrewWorks

Via Atlas Brew Works Twitter @AtlasBrewWorks

Atlas “Festbier”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 6.1%
Notes: Atlas’ irreverent take on a German-style Festbier. An increased hop profile features a blend of German and American hop varietals. The Atlas Festbier is lighter in both color and body than a traditional Oktoberfest beer resulting in a more drinkable lager. Sweet bread notes from the malt, orange blossom aromas from the hops, and a clean yeast profile make for a stein-worthy beverage.  

 

Atlas “Ugly & Stoned”
Style:
American Wild Ale
ABV: 6%
Notes: A collaboration between Atlas, MOMs Organic Grocery stores and the Environmental Working Group. Each year in the US, 40% of our food supply is thrown away. To call attention to this massive issue, Atlas brewed Ugly & Stoned. They recaptured ugly fruit from MOMs, fruit that is perfectly edible but doesn’t meet consumers aesthetics. Rather than this fruit going into the waste stream, Atlas takes the stone fruit and puts it in a kettle soured American ale. The result is a beautifully tart, aromatic, and deep flavored beer that is a creative solution to a large problem and helps us get the word out about food waste in America.  


Atlas “Blood Orange Gose”
Style:
Gose
ABV: 4.4%
Notes: Light bodied and effervescent, slightly sour with a touch of saline, and sweet orange aromas up front followed by faint notes of berry. Atlas’ Blood Orange Gose makes for a beautifully refreshing summer beer. Just enough sourness to quench your thirst on a DC hot summer day. The salinity will keep you coming back for more while the low ABV makes sure you don’t regret it in the morning.  


  Via Bell’s Brewery Instagram @BellsBrewery

Via Bell’s Brewery Instagram @BellsBrewery

Bell’s “Best Brown Ale”
Style:
American Brown Ale
ABV: 5.8%
Notes: Bell’s autumn seasonal is a little different than what you would normally find from a craft brewery’s fall lineup. This traditional American Brown Ale isn’t spiced or sweetened, but rather kept alone as is. As the leaves start to change color so do our palates, and Larry Bell’s intent is to offer the public an approachable, smooth, weather transitioning beverage. With hints of caramel and cocoa, the malt body has depth to stand up to cool weather, but does not come across as heavy. This balancing act is aided by the generous use of American hops.


Bell’s “Special Double Cream Stout”
Style:
Sweet Stout
ABV: 6.1%
Notes: Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout has such a complex combination of specialty roasted malts that most people think this is brewed as a traditional milk stout, when in fact no dairy products are in the beer, just brewing excellence. Double Cream will drink like liquid silk while the rich mocha and espresso flavors burst on the palate. Dark and sweet tones intermingle with a soft, roasty finish.


 

Bell’s “The Oracle Ale”
Style:
Imperial IPA
ABV: 10%
Notes: Bell’s take on the West Coast-style double IPA, The Oracle places hop intensity first and foremost, making only the slightest concession to malt and balance. The fireworks start with the aromatic punch of dry-hop sessions with hop varieties from the Pacific Northwest, citrusy hop flavors mixed with aggressive bitterness from a massive kettle addition deliver on that aromatic promise.


Bell’s “Oktoberfest Beer”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: One thing about Bell’s is that whatever they make has a textbook approach with perfect execution. They follow their stellar consistency with brewing Octoberfest Beer, a six week long fermenting project that falls in line with anything brewed from the homeland. Gentle herbal hop aromatics lead way into a lightly toasted amber base, making this a perfect choice for fall festivities


Bell’s “Oberon Ale”
Style:
American Wheat Ale
ABV: 5.8%
Notes: Culture, tradition, passion, and consistency has organically grown Bell’s Oberon to be the third largest summer seasonal in the country. Being that Bell’s is only sold in 30 states, having the title as “third largest summer seasonal” speaks loudly when it comes to volume. This wheat ale is fermented with Bell’s signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mild, fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer offering. Made with only 4 ingredients, and without the use of any spice or fruit, Oberon is an iconic choice for good times ahead.


  Via Boulevard’s Instagram @Boulevard_Beer

Via Boulevard’s Instagram @Boulevard_Beer

Boulevard “Berliner Weisse”
Style:
Berliner Weissbier
ABV: 4.5%
Notes: Few beer styles can match the delicate, sparkling character of the classic Berliner Weisse, with its light body and tart palate. It’s said that Napoleon’s troops referred to it as “The Champagne of the North,” high praise for beer coming from a Frenchman. With Berliner Weisse, Boulevard pays tribute to the style, while giving it a distinctively American twist. Bright and thirst quenching, the beer is enlivened by soft lactic notes. 

Boulevard “Love Child No. 9”
Style:
American Wild Ale
ABV: 8.4%
Notes: Boulevard’s Love Child series of wild ales are barrel-aged with such boisterous cultures of Lactobacillus and Brettanomyces. These wayward offspring can prove so complex that Boulevard employs gauges on the label to convey the intensity of three key personal traits, funk, sour and fruit, presenting a picture of the blend at the time it was released. This beer will change as it ages, but don’t we all? Here is the complex breakdown of this year’s Love Child:

  • 40% Belgian-style Golden Ale 2017 aged in previously used wine barrels

  • 25% Flanders-style Red Ale 2016  aged in previously used wine barrels

  • 15% Flanders-style Red Ale 2017 aged in previously used wine barrels

  • 10% Blend of sour ales aged in barrels with tart cherries

  • 5% Belgian-style Golden Ale 2016 aged in previously used wine barrels

  • 5% Belgian-style Golden Ale aged in wine barrels with apricots


Brewer’s Art “Penguin Pils”
Style:
German Pilsner
ABV: 4.5%
Notes: A collaborative brew between The Maryland Zoo and Brewer’s Art, this German Noble and American hopped brew is crisp, light, and refreshing, making it perfect for summer sipping. A portion of all sales of Penguin Pils will benefit The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore’s African penguin program. This zoo is home to North America’s largest African penguin exhibit, Penguin Coast. This exhibit currently houses a colony of 66 penguins with room for up to 100 of these endangered birds. Active zoo staff support a number of conservation and research projects as well as public education programs on behalf of the species.

  Via The Brewers Art Instagram @brewersart

Via The Brewers Art Instagram @brewersart


  Via DuClaw’s Instagram @DuClawBrewingCo

Via DuClaw’s Instagram @DuClawBrewingCo

DuClaw “Gose O’s”
Style:
Gose
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: Sour season is open. This gose is brewed with cantaloupe and black lava sea salt for a light, refreshing mix of sweet and salty flavors. The choice of orange and black ingredients is no coincidence, where DuClaw comes from, these are the colors of summer. Step up to the plate and swing away!

 

DuClaw “All Along The Hop Tower Double IPA”
Style:
Imperial IPA
ABV: 8%
Notes: Named after the Jimi Hendrix hit, “All Along The Watchtower”, this hazy, juicy, and tropical flavor bomb is sure to take you on a journey as smooth as your favorite riff.


DuClaw “Mad Bishop”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 6%
Notes: Mad Bishop, one of DuClaw’s most popular and enduring seasonal brews, has been haunting the congregation with its distinct copper color, and rich toasted malt flavor and aroma since it was first brewed in 1996. This true German-style Oktoberfest combines complex aromas and flavors of sweet and toasted malt, a smooth mouthfeel created by an eight week lagering process, and a clean, crisp finish.


E.Krispers Cider

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E. Krispers “Cider”
Style:
English Cider
ABV: 5%
Notes: E. Krispers is made from 100% cider apples. In fact, 24 different varieties come together to give this cider it’s refreshing taste – a unique bittersweet flavor that’s fruit forward, crisp, and balanced with a classic finish. E. Krispers classifies this as a sessionable cider with unparalleled character. This product is made in England, imported by your local friends at Heavy Seas, so I’m sure you’ll be seeing Belushi walking around trying to get one in your hand. On a personal note, this stuff is delicious. All you need to do is try it, then you’ll find an avenue for it on your selves or draft lines. E. Kripsers draft will be coming in “one-way” kegs, meaning there is no deposit on these, as these 7.92 gallon kegs are disposable when empty. They are fitted with an American sankey, making it an easy transition for rotating lines or new permanent homes. This cider will be available year-round!
*NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED FOR KEGS*


  Via Flying Dog’s Instagram @FlyingDogBrewery

Via Flying Dog’s Instagram @FlyingDogBrewery

Flying Dog “Dogtoberfest”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.6%
Notes: With 100% of its ingredients imported from the Marzen Motherland and 49 days in the fermentation tank, Flying Dog Dogtoberfest is a malt monster awakened at the perfect time of year. This multi-gold medal winner at GABF appeases the masses with its authenticity, letting this auburn-colored brew to truly challenge the consumer’s ability of having just one. So, bust out the lederhosen, fill your stein up right, and get this year’s fall festivities poppin.

Flying Dog “Strawberry Rhubarb Gose
Style:
Gose
ABV: 5%
Notes: We’re pretty tight with our boys over in Frederick. So tight, that after a record setting year they invited their favorite distributor over for a little brew party. Flying Dog’s liquid masterminds teamed with our salesforce on creating something unique and exclusive to Buck’s territory. Now, after popular demand from both the market and staff at Flying Dog, this one time concept comes alive, full-fledged as Flying Dog’s latest and greatest Brewhouse Rarity. As for the beer itself, strawberry and rhubarb go together like peas and carrots, peanut butter and jelly, and Cinnemax after 11pm on Thursday nights and your 15-year-old self. A beautifully vibrant and fluorescent pink base unleashes a seductive bouquet of ripe strawberry and raspberry candy. An eyebrow raising acidic tartness pinches the front of the tongue, mellowing out towards the end and allowing the natural salt character to adhere to the tropical fruit notes. We’re pretty freakin’ psyched about this beer, we hope you are too. Cheers!



Flying Dog “Alpha Initiative #03 IPA”
Style:
American IPA
ABV: 6.8%
Notes: Alpha Initiative is a playground for Flying Dog’s brewers to explore, create, and analyze all things IPA. Pilot #03 is all about essential oils. To compliment the juicy tropical fruit notes of a Galaxy dry hop, a natural hop oil was added post fermentation. The oil is a blend of flavor and aroma fractions from a variety of hops to create an apricot, peach, and stone fruit profile.  


Flying Dog “The Fear Imperial Pumpkin”
Style:
Imperial Pumpkin Ale
ABV: 9%
Notes: I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to get my hands on a beer brewed with pumpkin, pumpkin pie spices, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, Sporty spice – the more spice the better when it comes to my beer. I want to crack the cap off that shit and get punched in the face with a bouquet that makes me think of nothing but fall, flannel, and football. I love pumpkin beers. You know who I want to meet? I want to meet the genius who was the first to toss some pumpkin into a batch of beer. I want to shake his hand heartily and thank him from the bottom of my cozy, candy corn-shaped heart. He knew that all a fall beer needed was the hard and hard-to-get-to meat of a pumpkin. Fuck that shiny orange rind. Fuck those slimy ass seeds. He wanted meat and he went for it. God bless him. And you know what? Bitch all you want about pumpkin beers coming out too early. “Pumpkin beers on shelves in August?” That’s just nature’s way of making sure you’re ready for a cornucopia of fall flavor jam-packed into each and every bottle. You’re saying you don’t want to be fully prepared for the moment it goes from 95 to 62 degrees? Clearly, you were never a boy scout. I digress, anyway, The Fear is here. Stop bitching, start buying.


Flying Dog “Dogtoberfest”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.6%
Notes: With 100% of its ingredients imported from the Marzen Motherland and 49 days in the fermentation tank, Flying Dog Dogtoberfest is a malt monster awakened at the perfect time of year. This multi-gold medal winner at GABF appeases the masses with its authenticity, letting this auburn-colored brew to truly challenge the consumer’s ability of having just one. So, bust out the lederhosen, fill your stein up right, and get this year’s fall festivities poppin.

Flying Dog “Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale”
Style:
Spiced Beer
ABV: 5.6%
Notes: There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and that light is knowing that Dead Rise returns today. That euphoric feeling is natural. Let is wash over you. I can wait. It also feels good to know that Flying Dog put the world’s first and only Old Bay Summer Ale in a can. After that they jumped into boxes twelve-at-a-time, creating the perfect briefcase for your summer office…if your office is located on a beach, a boat, a hammock, or a newspaper-lined picnic table. This beer was brewed to highlight the indelible character of Old Bay through bright and refreshing citrus hop notes and a crisp tart finish. The brewers at Flying Dog worked their asses off to create the perfect spiced balance and ultimately a craft beer that quickly earned its spot alongside the iconic yellow, blue, and red tin.


Flying Dog “Kujo Cold Brew Coffee Porter”
Style:
American Porter
ABV: 6%
Notes: Together, Flying Dog and Vigilante Coffee Company summoned a savage beast back from Satan’s doggie daycare. Kujo has been reincarnated in the form of a cold brew coffee porter using Colombian La Caturrita beans. Vigilante sources a little bit of the best beans from each of their small-scale farm partners in Huila and Tomila, specifically the peaberries and beans that would otherwise be too small a screen size for those farms to sell at top dollar. Flying Dog brews Kujo with nutty roasted malts and steeps it with the sweet, chocolate-forward coffee during fermentation to give the beer that classic cold brew smoothness. This beautiful hybrid of beer and coffee will suspend you in a state of pure autumnal nirvana.  

 

  Via Heavy Sea’s Instagram @HeavySeasBeer

Via Heavy Sea’s Instagram @HeavySeasBeer

Heavy Seas “Grand Crew”
Style:
Belgian Strong Pale Ale
ABV: 8.5%
Notes: With this intrepid Belgian-style ale, Heavy Seas amassed  the cumulative skills of their Grand Crew to create this red wine barrel-aged masterpiece. Brewed with an eclectic mix of aromatic Belgian malts and a carefully curated selection of yeasts, Heavy Seas hopes it doesn’t suck.


Heavy Seas “The Great’er Pumpkin”
Style:
Imperial Pumpkin Ale
ABV: 10%
Notes: In the most worthy of pumpkin patches and during the silence of the midnight hour, the Great’er Pumpkin raises up and pours a rich deep and burnished orange color. Heady aromas of bourbon, cinnamon, ginger, allspice, and clove linger seductively over the thick white head of this tremendous brew. Its love at first sip as the full malt body, dominated by British crystal malt, brown sugar and pumpkin, slowly washes over your tongue. Bourbon barrel aging rounds out the flavors with notes of oak, vanilla, and whiskey. Pairs well with crisp autumn weather, crunchy fallen leaves, and raiding the hell out of your kid’s Halloween candy bags.


Heavy Seas “TreasureFest”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 6%
Notes: Prosit! It’s time to celebrate the tradition of lager. Brewed in the Oktoberfest style, TreasureFest is an American spin on the classic German style. This is created with the use of imported German malts and lavishly hopped with a blend of German hops in the kettle, then dry-hopped with American hops, giving an alternative twist on the old Oktober stand by. This refreshing fall treat is sure to do the job…whether you wish to dance around in lederhosen and parade about with an oversized, boot shaped glass, I leave to you. This is judgement free zone.


Hofbräu “Oktoberfestbier”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 6.3%Notes: The Munich Beer Festival, or Oktoberfest, is an event of superlatives – it’s the largest popular festival in the world, staging in the beer metropolis of Munich. Millions of visitors from all over the world flock among every year to enjoy its very special atmosphere. For this occasion, Hofbräu brews a rich, full-bodied beer which goes down ideally with traditional Bavarian cuisine. With its deliciously bitter taste and sturdy alcohol content of 6.3%, Oktoberfestbier is as special as the Beer Festival itself.

  Via Hofbräu’s Instagram @HofbraeuMuenchen

Via Hofbräu’s Instagram @HofbraeuMuenchen

 

Jailbreak

Jailbreak”Oktoberfest”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: Jailbreak’s Oktoberfest is their take on the traditional Bavarian Marzen lager. Unabashedly malt-forward, this medium-bodied, dry lager exemplifies balance between a carefully curated selection of German malts, ester-free lager yeast, and the appropriate tinge of continental hop character. Captivating aromas of actively baking bread and palate sensations of toffee-laced sourdough crust punctuate every aspect of the drinking experience, to the extent that their arms are already tired from raising their steins!

Port City

Port City “Oktoberfest”
Style:
Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: Port City’s Oktoberfest is a traditional Marzen-style lager, brewed entirely with German malts and hops. This beer is a brilliant amber with gently sweet flavors of crusty bread, leading to a clean, dry finish punctuated by a touch of noble hops. Served in the Keller/Zwickel style, Port City’s fall seasonal is unfiltered and completely naturally carbonated so, in other words, their Oktoberfest is full-on authentic.


Stone “22nd Anniversary Anni-Matter Double IPA”
Style:
Imperial IPA\
ABV: 9.1%
Notes: Stone Brewing has spent over 20 years pursuing clean, bitter, hop forward beers. It would be passé to suggest this beer is simply another gigantically juicy and extremely complex Stone Double IPA. It’s a middle finger to the haze craze proving that clean, crisp IPAs can still be smashed full of big, juicy, tropical flavor. It’s also the winner of their 2018 Spotlight Series contest, which puts teams of brewers against each other to see who can brew the best beer. Citrus takes the forefront, with plenty of fruit character to back it up. With incredible mouthfeel from the malted oats, the beer isn’t sweet at all, but its light amber color would make you think it is sweeter than it tastes.


Stone “Farking Wheaton w00tstout 2018”
Style:
Imperial Stout
ABV: 11.5%
Notes: This barre;-aged palate saver has been a favorite among Stone fans since its inception in 2013. Pecans, wheat, flaked rye, and bourbon-soaked wood provide this whopping, complex superhero version of an imperial stout with a profound complexity that makes it ideal for cellaring…if you can wait that long.

Stone “Idolatrous IPA”
Style:
American IPA
ABV: 7%
Notes: Stone Idolatrous IPA represents the elevated state of reverence that Stone extols for the venerable and almighty hop. El Dorado and Mosaic hops have been anointed to bestow their divine qualities on this sacred brew. This limited release is part of Stone’s Hop Worship Seasonal IPA Series…Glory be to those who imbibe it in its freshest form…and faithfully worship thy hop in the beauty of blissful bitterness.


Stone “Totalitarian Imperial Russian Stout”
Style:
Russian Imperial Stout
ABV: 10.6%
Notes: Built from the backbone of Stone’s classic Imperial Russian Stout, Stone Totalitarian Imperial Russian Stout certainly celebrates the hallmarks of the style – it pours jet black with a fluffy chocolate head and tastes of deeply dark fruit flavors with rich chocolate and coffee undertones. Yet, however old world in nature, this particular rendition of an IRS is flavored with new world hops, intensifying its berry flavors and aroma while subtly introducing a juicy melon undertone. The result is a spectacularly sinful delight. Don’t say Stone didn’t warn you, comrade.  

 

  Via Terrapin’s Instagram @TerrapinBeerCo

Via Terrapin’s Instagram @TerrapinBeerCo

Terrapin “Watermelon Gose”
Style:
Gose
ABV: 4.3%
Notes: Goses are hot right now. An almost forgotten style of beer has been resurrected by American breweries over the last few years, especially this year. Terrapin’s first approach at a gose, this beer is kettle soured with Lactobacillus for a tart, but refreshing brew. Watermelon aroma and flavor is complimented with a distinct lactic tartness and saltiness that is true to style. The combo of sharp sea salt and refreshing watermelon dances on the palate with each sip, creating the ultimate alternative summer beverage.


Yards “Cape of Good Hope Double IPA”
Style:
Imperial IPA
ABV: 9.7%
Notes: Though the recipe changes year to year, this west coast-style double IPA always embodies the adventurous spirit of the original India Pale Ales, and each year’s release promises to take you on an epic journey. This year’s batch bursts with notes of citrus, melon, and pine from Chinook, El Dorado, Citra, Azacca, Simcoe, Cascade, and whole flower Columbus hops. In other words, hoppy as shit.


Yards “Rival IPA”
Style:
American IPA
ABV: 6.2%
Notes: Inspired by their once brewed “Rye IPA”, this “over the top” ale utilizes pale crystal and rye malts. Bravo, Nugget, and whole flower Chinook hops are added in the hopback to yield a rich, sticky, and downright aggressive hop character. To amplify this beer’s dank nature, Yards then dry-hops the Rival IPA with Centennial, Citra, Simcoe, and Columbus hops. Contrary to its name, Rival’s ingredients work in perfect harmony for a bold, balanced IPA.

Yards “Loral Lager”
Style: American Pale Lager
ABV: 5.3%
Notes: Brewed with 100% pilsner malt and a new hop varietal called Loral. This hop was designed for pale ales and lagers, rather than in your face hoppy beers. Loral Lager is floral, peppery, with a lemon-citrus characteristic.


Yards “Pynk”
Style:
Fruit Beer
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: Yards decided to give back to the community with this one, donating money for every case and pint sold to breast cancer research and awareness. As for the beer itself, 3300 lbs. of sweet and sour cherries and fresh raspberries are added to each batch, resulting in a tart, effervescent, pink brew. Delighting the palate, this light-bodied brew finishes refreshingly dry. Drinking for a cause is a beautiful thing, and in this case, Yards has proudly donated a portion of Pynk sales to the Tyanna Foundation to help increase awareness and improve the lives of breast cancer patients since 2013. This beer is considered an “extended” seasonal, making a statement for awareness throughout the summer months, concluding at the finish line in October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


coming soon

  • Atlas Silent Neighbor

  • Boulevard Space Camper IPA – YEAR ROUND

  • DuClaw Dirty Little Freak

  • DuClaw Purple Passion Gose

  • Flying Dog Alpha #4 Brut IPA

  • Flying Dog K-9 Winter Ale

  • Heavy Seas Winter Storm Imperial ESB

  • Jailbreak White Russian

  • Monument City Woodstove

  • Stone Sanctimonious IPA

  • Stone Xocoveza

  • Terrapin Himalayan Pink Sea Salt Lime Gose

  • Terrapin Moo-Hoo


If you are an account, note that everything listed above is subject to sale in specific territories. Refer to our Territory Map to see what brands are available for us to sell to you