NoDa Brewing Hop Cakes will be available once again in mid-February, 2017.
Each batch of NoDa Hop Cakes is brewed with 110 pounds of maple syrup from Vermont. 16 oz cans were first made available in February of 2015.
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NoDa Roaring Riot cans launch Friday, ahead of the Carolina Panthers game versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
The brewery is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and as you can probably imagine – big Panthers fans. NoDa Roaring Riot is dedicated to the passionate fanbase. The beer is a pale ale brewed with rye malt.
Brewed wth our favorite Carolina tailgaters and fans, the Roaring Riot. #DoYouRiot
NoDa Roaring Riot will be available in 16 ounce cans, starting Friday November 11th.
Style: Rye Beer
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
NoDa Captain Peanut Butter’s Chocolate Revenge debuts next week, part of the brewery’s 5th anniversary celebration.
The Charlotte, North Carolina based brewery is crossing the 5 year mark with a new can release everyday of the week. Monstro, NoDa’s barrel-aged imperial stout will be first, followed by NoDa Rye Z’D, a rye IPA. Then… it just gets a little weirder.
NoDa Captain Peanut Butter’s Chocolate Revenge, an imperial porter brewed with cocoa nibs and peanut butter graces the brewery’s taproom on Tuesday. You can’t go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter.
A big, malty and smooth Imperial Porter brewed with a massive load of cocoa nibs to give dark chocolate notes and roasted peanut butter to add a rich twist to this imposing dark beer.
NoDa Captain Peanut Butter’s Chocolate Revenge is a taproom only release, in 16 ounce cans on October 25th.
Style: Porter (w/ Cocoa Nibs, Peanut Butter.)
Availability; 16oz Cans. Taproom.
NoDa Rye Z’D is returning Noda Brewing’s lineup this month, in cans for the first time.
The seasonal imperial IPA has been featured on draft in the past. A rye heavy, 7-hop India pale ale that is hard to put down, and hard to forget. The Charlotte, North Carolina based brewery crosses the 5 year mark this month and is celebrating by releasing a few new cans.
A solid malt backbone with a hefty amount of rye to further the grain bill, NoDaRyeZ’d has a 7-hop blend that accentuates the spiciness of the rye and gives the beer an American IPA flavor, aroma and substantial bitterness.
NoDa Rye Z’D will be available in 16 ounce cans right after the release of NoDa Monstro, on Monday, October 24th.
NoDa Monstro, the Charlotte, North Carolina’s barrel-aged imperial stout, will return once again. This time in cans.
The first release of NoDa Monstro was in 2014. The stout was aged in Pappy van Winkle barrels. In 2016, the barrel of choice is Heaven Hill.
Neptune said to the sea these should be a terrible Monstro, born from its deepest depths. It should be stout with the strength of a whale. this is that beer… of toasted barley mass, rounded out by the vanillas, molasses and oak of bourbon barrel aging. Enjoy the deep.
NoDa Monstro will be available at a special tap room release on October 23rd at the brewery in Charlotte in 16 ounce cans. The brewery is deciding on limits and price at the time of this article.
NoDa Sticky When Wet, the Charlotte, North Carolina based brewery’s fresh/wet hop beer is headed for cans.
Head brewer Chad Henderson spearheaded this hoppy project, going from hop field to brew 24 hours. Henderson chose two ridiculously popular hops for NoDa Sticky When Wet – Mosaic and Citra. The duo give this beer big peach and grapefruit flavors.
We brewed this beer one day after the hops were harvested…as fresh and sticky as you can get! This wet hopped heer has an assertive bitterness, balanced with bright aroma and flavors of peach and grapefruit derived horn heavy additions of Citra and Mosaic hops.http://beerstreetjournal.com/breweries/noda-brewing/
NoDa Sticky When Wet is a draft, and 16 ounce can release.
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: Week of October 10th, 2016
NoDa Brewing Par 4 Session IPA is the brewery’s rendition of the “session” IPA.
Despite being low in alcohol by volume this beer is most definitely big in flavor. it’s hoppy and clean (like you’d expect). Those in love with the India pale ale will be right at home with this session beer.
Stay in the zone with a low ABV beer that still packs robust flavor and mouthfeel. Brewed with nearly four pounds of hops per barrel and mashed with oats, Par 4 has a smooth and balanced body to even out the payload delivered by a bouquet of select West Coast hops.
NoDa Brewing Par 4 is a great addition to the brewery’s lineup this year. The once NoDable Series beer was an instant hit when released on tap in summer, 2015. Plus, the awesome Caddyshack reference in the artwork doesn’t hurt.
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Season release.
Debut (Cans): Spring, 2016
4% ABV, 65 IBUS