Left Hand Good JuJu, the brewery’s crisp, ginger forward offering, will be available in cans in 2017.
In the fall of 2016, Left Hand Brewing released Milk Stout and Fade to Black in cans for the first time. The canned format is quite popular, prompting the Colorado based brewery to expand canned offerings in 2017.
In 2013, Left Hand Good JuJu’s recipe was tweaked to include a heavy dose of ginger. You can thank the acquisition of an industrial juicer for that change.
A little Juju voodoo – fresh ginger kisses the lithe malty body, copulating with the hop in this pale ale ancestor.
Expect 12 ounce cans of Left Hand Good JuJu on shelves nationally in May, 2017
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. May-July
Debut (Cans): May, 2017
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 will be available in 12 ounce cans and draft starting in February, 2017.
Style: Red IPA
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Feb-April
Debut: February, 2017
6.8% ABV, 70 IBUS
Colorado based Left Hand Brewing is introducing a new saison series dubbed “Les Quatre” in 2017.
This fall, the brewery introduced 12 ounce cans for the first time, starting with Milk Stout, Fade to Black and Extrovert IPA. Next year, the brewery will add 16 ounce cans to the lineup, as well as a new series of seasonal saisons.
Each release will debut with the turning the season, brewed with local Colorado ingredients. Saison au Miel, brewed with wildflower honey will be first.
Other saisons will include Saison au Bledeminuit (brewed with midnight wheat), Saison Au Genievre (with juniper berries), and Saison Aux Baies Ameres (with chokeberries). Chokeberries, often called aronia berries, are very distinct in flavor, often described as sour and slightly bitter. The result will most likely be quite a memorable saison.
Expect the first Left Hand Les Quatre Series release to debut in March, 2017 in 16 ounce cans (4 packs).
Left Hand Brewing (Longmont, CO) is entering the Wyoming market in July. The brewery has signed distribution deals with Cheyenne & Laramie Beverage.
“We’re really looking forward to bringing Left Hand up I-25 to our Northern neighbors. Craft beer is alive and well in Wyoming and there’s never been a better time to be here.” – Steve Tamas, CO/WY Region Sales Manager.
Left Hand will ship Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Amber Ale, Extrovert IPA, Polestar Pilsner, as well as seasonals, limited editions and their Mountain Mixer variety pack.
Release events: WY release events
Left Hand Pride Runs Deep debuts as we cross into July. Part of the brewery’s Big Mo Series.
Colorado spruce tips headline this new India pale ale. Brewed in support of the USS Colorado Commissioning Committee. The attack submarine spends months at a time under water, with a crew of 134 officers and crew.
Pride runs deep is brewed in recognition of the men and women who proudly serve our country. From the highest peaks to the debts of the world’s oceans, they serve to protect our freedom. Proceeds support civilian organizations that help to support military families.
Left Hand Pride Runs Deep debuts on June 29th, at Denver’s Falling Rock Tap House. Proceeds will help support the Committee, funding commissioning events and supporting the crew. More information on the Committee can be found at http://usscoloradocommittee.org/.
Pic: Left Hand Brewing
Left Hand Brewing has announced plans to release their first canned offerings later this year.
The Longmont, Colorado based brewery is currently in the process of installing a KHS, 30-head can filler. The new machine will arrive in the fall. By early winter 2016, Left Hand will release Extrovert IPA, Milk Stout, and Fade to Black in 12 ounce cans.
“We are beyond excited to allow our fans the ability to take our beers more places than they can currently. And by working with KHS, it allows us to continue to produce world-class, quality beer,” comments Chris Lennert, COO.
Left Hand cans will ship to all 36 states to which the brewery currently ships in the fourth quarter.
Left Hand Rye on the Prize is on the horizon in Longmont, Colorado. According to local distributors, the beer is slated to arrive across the brewery’s entire distribution footprint in July.
As the name suggests, the imperial red ale features a hefty helping of rye malt.
Left Hand Rye on the Prize will be a draft and 22 ounce bottle offering.