Left Hand Flamingo Dreams Nitro joins the brewery’s year-round lineup in April.
Milk Stout Nitro is truly what puts Left Hand on the map. In recent years, the brewery has been building of the popularity of their “Nitro” lineup. This new creation is inspired by the upcoming days spent by the pool. According to Left Hand, most nitro beers lean toward stouts and porters. Not Flamingo Dreams. “You can’t find another beer like this on the market. It will definitely make you think differently about nitro beers,” says Jill Preston, Director of Marketing.
Flamingo Dreams Nitro is a blonde ale, brewed with fresh raspberries and blackcurrants.
Bursting with raspberries and blackcurrants and ready to jam, this berry blonde ale pours a striking pink. At 4.7% ABV, it’s super smooth and refreshing with a berry burst, frisky zing and nitro glide that will bring out your vibrant side, especially poolside.
Left Hand Flamingo Dreams Nitro will be available in 13.65-ounce cans and draft, nationally.
Colorado-based Left Hand Brewing will be available in Nebraska starting in March. The brewery has signed a distribution deal with Premier-Midwest Beverage Company.
Initially, fans in Cornhusker State can expect renown Milk Stout Nitro, Death Before Disco Porter, IPA, Juicy Goodness Dry Hopped Golden Ale, Sawtooth Amber Ale, and 25th Anniversary Imperial Stout (draft) in the Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island markets.
Nebraska is the 42nd state of distribution for Left Hand Brewing.
If you go:
3/6, 2pm, Beercade, 6104 Maple St.
3/7, 5pm, Library Pub, 5142 North 90th St.
3/9, 12pm, Krug Park, 6205 Maple St.
3/9, 5pm, Session Room, 812 N 14th St
3/11, 5pm, Jake’s Cigars & Spirits, 101 N 14th St.
3/13, 4pm, Pour Craft Beer & Spirits, 4400 S 70th St Ste 100
Left Hand Chai Milk Stout Nitro is on the way.
Simply known as Milk Stout, Left Hand’s year-round offering is iconic in American craft beer. This month, that silky smooth icon has a new exotic sibling – Left Hand Chai Milk Stout Nitro. The brewery teased the fresh cans this week.
The brewery chose a custom blend of ginger and cloves that melds well with the sweetness of their Milk Stout.
“It was such a favorite, we decided to share it with all of our nitro-loving beer fans as the newest beer in our nitro can series. The chai spice mixture is brewed in-house and gives the whole brewery an intoxicating aroma on brew day.”
Left Hand Chai Milk Stout Nitro is now available in 16-ounce nitro cans for a limited time.
5% ABV, 22 IBUs
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Left Hand Brewing made headlines a few years ago when they debuted their milk stout in bottles. At the time they were the first craft brewery to transition to nitro packaging. With the addition of cans to their lineup, many fans thought the lack of milk stout was an oversight. Not anymore Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro cans will debut this year.
One of the most recognizable milk stouts in the world is finally getting the can treatment. The smooth and creamy (and chocolatey) milk stout will soon go everywhere you go, with no glass limitations. The best part of this news? These babies are a full 16 ounces. While the bottles are nitrogen injected, each for the cans have a nitro “widget” that’s stuck to the bottom of the can. Nitrogen gas rushes upward through beer upon opening. No glass needed.
While a glass is always recommended for the perfect pint, especially when you #PourHard a Nitro bottle, cans bring a greater drinking versatility, and bring Milk Stout Nitro to your lips with the crack of a can.
Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro cans will be available across the brewery’s 40 state reach starting in August.
Style: Milk Stout (w/ Lactose.)
Hops: Magnum, U.S. Goldings
Malts: Pale 2-row, Crystal, Munich, Roasted Barley, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley and Chocolate
Availability: 12oz Bottles, 16oz Cans, Draft.
Debut (Cans): August 2017
Summer is winding down, and fest beers are arriving. Left Hand Oktoberfest marks the transition into cooler days.
If the brewery is continuing their brewing trend, Left Hand started work on this malty lager this past spring. It takes two months to perfect.
In the past thanks to the pains of brewery expansions, Oktoberfest wasn’t found in every market. Fans will be happy to know it’s in all the brewery’s markets these days. Fest follows this summer’s Good JuJu in the seasonal lineup.
Pouring a brilliant copper in color, the mÃ¤rzen lager entices the imbiber with notes of warm biscuit reminiscent of home and fall tradition. Oktoberfest begins with the toasty sweetness of the malt up front while the noble pedigree hops allow for a dry crisp finish at 6.6% ABV.
Left Hand Oktoberfest is available in 12-ounce bottles and draft, seasonally.
Hops: Magnum and Spalter Select
Malts: Munich and Pilsner
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft
Fun Fact: Head Brewer Guenzel’s silhouette is blended in the left side of lion’s mane, a signature feature of many of Left Hand’s beer labels.
Left Hand Well Played Red IPA is coming to the brewery’s lineup in 2017.
In 2017, expect new styles, and more cans from the Longmont, Colorado based brewery. In February, expect Well Played Red IPA to debut. This is “red” India pale ale is brewed with a blend of experimental hops that will rotate based on availability.
Experimental hops and specialty malts compose a beer which is malty up front with robust hop character and a dry finish.
Left Hand Well Played Red IPA is now available in 12 ounce cans and draft starting in March, 2017.
Style: Red IPA
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Feb-April
Debut: February/March, 2017
6.8% ABV, 70 IBUS
Left Hand Travelin’ Light Kolsch debuts this month, part of the brewery’s year-round can lineup.
Designed with warmer weather in mind (or for us, repeated day drinking), Travelin’ Light features Willamette and Mt. Hood hops, and is touted as crisp and refreshing.
Look for 12 ounce cans of Left Hand Travelin’ Light to start hitting shelves across the brewery’s entire distribution network starting this month.
Hops: Willamette, Mt. Hood
Malts: 2-Row, Vienna, Acidulated
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: March, 2017
4.8% ABV, 22 IBUs
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