New Releases — 06 August 2015

ABITA
Pecan Harvest ¼ kegs and 6 packs
Abita Pecan® Harvest Ale is brewed with pale, Munich, biscuit and caramel malts and Willamette hops. Real Louisiana roasted pecans are added in the brewhouse and give the ale a subtle nutty flavor and aroma. Crack one open for yourself.

ABITA
Oktoberfest ¼ kegs and 6 packs
bita Octoberfest (September – November) is a German style lager. This full bodied malty lager has a copper color and is hopped and dry hopped with German Hallertau hops giving it a pleasant, spicy hop aroma that’s just right for the season.

BALLAST POINT
Calm before the Storm ½, 1/6 kegs and 6 packs
A coffee ale with a touch of cream.
Calm Before the Storm came from a quest for a warm weather alternative to our Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Like its more robust cousin, we infuse a punch of flavor using cold brewed Caffé Calabria coffee and a hint of vanilla. But this time, we added it to a lighter-bodied golden cream ale. The end result is a surprisingly bright, coffee-forward beer that’s perfectly refreshing.

BRECKENRIDGE
Autumn Ale ½ kegs and 6 packs
Our fall seasonal combines the malty goodness of a German lager with the clean crispness of an American ale. Brewed with Munich malts and a delicate blend of Bavarian hops, it’s a full-bodied treat with a nutty-sweet middle, a warming alcohol level and notes of toasted grains. A pre-winter winner.

LANCASTER
Oktobefest 4/6 packs
Prost! We brew our classic Oktoberfest Lager with seven different malts, three varieties of imported and domestic hops and Bavarian lager yeast. Light copper color, medium/full-body and just the right level of malty sweetness make it a winner.

MAINE BEER
Lunch 1/6 kegs and 16oz
There’s a whale that’s swum off the coast of Maine since 1982. One day, something took a bite out of her fin, which is how she got the name Lunch. You have to admire her persistence, so we named our IPA for her. Intense hop flavors and tropical, citrus fruit and pine aromas dominate the flavor profile, balanced by subtle malt sweetness. Because only big, memorable flavor would serve for Lunch.
Peeper 16oz
We wanted to find a better way. We wanted to do things right. We wanted a delicious beer you could drink all day. And the frigid Maine winter wasn’t going to keep us out of our garage until we had all three. We first had the idea for Peeper in 2006, and officially released it in 2009. This American ale is dry, clean and well balanced with a generous dose of American hops. While we love all our beers, Peeper will always be our firstborn.

HOP CONCEPT
Lemon and Grassy ½, 1/6 kegs and 22oz
Our summer IPA features tangy, floral hops on the nose with aromas of fresh-cut grass and lemon peel. On first sip, tangelo and lemon zest burst through with emerging hints of spice from the hops, all balanced by a faint caramel malt backbone.

SCHLAFLY
Pumpkin 50L and 6 packs PUMPKIN 50L
Our Pumpkin Ale blends the spices of the harvest with full-bodied sweetness for a beer that tastes like pumpkin pie. Pounds of pumpkin form a malty foundation that supports the fall flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove.

STONE
19th Anniversary ½, 1/6 kegs and 22oz
Our 19th anniversary beer brings the boom, delivering it to the palate in a voluminous, hop-driven thunderclap backed by the power of our brewing passion and intensity. This double IPA owes its considerable oomph to a quartet of Australian hops-Topaz and Galaxy, plus newcomers Ella and Vic Secret. We also had Fairview malt shipped in from Australia just for this brew. The beer’s striking tropical fruit, citrus and peach hop flavors and slightly resinous and aromatically dank earthiness are sure to electrify your senses.

BRONX BREWING
Autumn ½, 1/6 and 25oz
Fresh juice pressed from New York State apples makes up a quarter of the fermentables of this crisp and easy-drinking Autumn Pale Ale, lending it a slightly acidic, fruity and tannic finish. Northern Brewer hops from the west coast are added to the kettle and conditioning tank, contributing a woody and subtle mint character.

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