New beer labels: Avery, Capital, Hess, Heretic, Ventura’s Surf and more

Avery IMMITIS

A dozen new beer labels featured…western and international breweries here


Avery Immitis Barrel-Aged Sour Ale: No. 9 in the Barrel-aged Series… “Mercilessly and cruelly sour. A very dark and superb blend from 11 of our finest first use Zinfandel barrels. So yes, expect loads of barrel character to compliment the malt and acidity.” Brewed with Imported specialty Belgian malted barley, malted wheat, Saccharomyces yeast, Brettanomyces yeast, Lactobacillus and Pediococcus.

Capital Eternal Flame: Capital Square Series… “Welcome to our 25th anniversary beer. A big, lush malt eruption of a Doppelbock that is the ‘birth beer’ of a concept. The story of the Flame is to be a continually evolving creation over time.”

Hess Anno Unum: “Happy birthday to us! The beer you are holding, Anno Unum, represents a significant milestone – it is the first in what we expect to be a long line of Anno-series birthday celebration beers. We opened our doors one year ago as San Diego’s first production nano-brewery and now we’ve poured everything we have into this bottle. You hold in your hand a beer that honors the tradition of craft brewing and exemplifies the reputation we’ve worked hard to garner – a reputation for delicious, well-balanced craft brews.

Belgian-style IPA made with Pilsner, Rye and Munich malts. Chinook and Falconer’s Flight hops.”

To be released on August 13th in 750s.

Others…

Heretic Tafelbully Belgian-style Ale
Ventura’s Surf County Line Rye Pale Ale
Von Scheidt Otto Pilate
Klamath Basin Vanilla Porter
Anaheim 1888 California Lager
Anaheim Red
La Biere du Demon French Specialty Ale
Birra del Borgo Maledetta Saison IPA
Bink Bloesem
(Belgian Ale with Pear Syrup and Honey)

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2 thoughts on “New beer labels: Avery, Capital, Hess, Heretic, Ventura’s Surf and more

  1. Pingback: Avery #9 in the barrel-aged series: Immitis | Denver off the Wagon

  2. Sure wish the Avery Barrel-Aged Series beers weren’t so limited but have been lucky enough to get a couple of them. Cool series I hope continues to expand.

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