Nearly a dozen new labels featured…
Sixpoint Bengali Tiger: The brewery’s prized IPA now appears to be headed to cans. I haven’t heard a peep about these guys getting a canning line so this comes as a bit of a surprise. Cans will hold 16 oz..
Sierra Nevada Snowed in Stout: Beer Camp #45. This is an interesting name for a beer considering that we are heading into the summer season. This 9.2% ABV Imperial Stout will be headed somewhere on draft but the brewery is typically mum about where these one-offs go.
Rahr and Sons Gravel Road Altbier: Interesting that the only reference to this brand-new beer online is Wikipedia where it is listed as a seasonal. Is it possible that the brewery has been editing its own page? Hmm..
North Peak Darkangel Cherry Porter: Made with Michigan cherry juice, 12 oz.
Berghoff Backyard Ale: The second new “backyard” beer that we’ve seen in the past week, this one looks like it will be packaged in cans though the label doesn’t explicitly say it
Fox River Caber Tossing Scottish Ale: Previously available on draft, this is heading to bottles along with a number of other Fox River offerings. Most of these beers are listed as retired. Did someone buy the brand and resurrect it?
Sea Dog IPA: This brand has been a Maine staple for a while now, most well known for its Blue Paw Wheat Beer, but it is finally jumping aboard the IPA train.
Session Fest Premium Red Lager: A new offering in Full Sail Brewing’s spinoff series
Tommyknocker Jack Whacker Wheat: Another re-vamp for Tommyknocker, been seeing a lot of them lately
People’s Moundbuilder IPA: Appears to be a new bottling but not sure about a new recipe
Josephs Brau Summer Brew: A new label for a Trader Joe’s summer seasonal