Troegs Freaky Peach
Heavy Seas Partner Ships Hoppelbock is brewed with Hershey, Pennsylvania’s Troegs Independent Brewing. This aggressively hopped doppelbock earned it’s new name, Hoppelbock. Between beers like Troegs Nugget Nectar, and Heavy Seas Loose Cannon, the extra hops make perfect sense.
We’ve added copious amounts of spicy, floral German hops to a ready, rich malt base to create this expression of regional collaborative ingenuity. Employing a generous dose of locally malted barley and massive dry-hopping, this lager can only be categorized as a “Hoppelbock”.
Heavy Seas Partner Ships Hoppelbock is now a 22 ounce bottle, and draft release.
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft.
Debut: May, 2016
Troegs Barrel Aged Flying Mouflan Barleywine will be available once again on Monday, March 28th. The barleywine has been aged in a combination of bourbon barrels and virgin oak.
Troegs Barrel Aged Flying Mouflan Barleywine will be available to purchase in single bottles, 4-packs, and cases.
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Troegs Brewery started out in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and, like many craft breweries, needed to grow. That expansion took them to Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Reconnecting with Dave Maule Architects and Pyramid Construction who worked with the brewery on the Hershey build four years ago, the brewery has announced a new structure – the Splinter Cellar. This new Splinter Cellar will house a larger area for the brewery’s wood-aged specialty beers, as well as the new entrance for behind the scenes tours.
Three 23-foot wooden foeders will be added to the Splinter Cellar, which will boast glass exterior walls on the northside of the brewery.
Troegs Wild Elf, the brewery’s funky spin on their annual cherry laden Mad Elf, will debut soon. Troegs mentions they are so excited about this new beer, that the Splinter Cellar is needed to make more. Basically – expect Wild Elf to be quite popular.
Estimate completion date is April, 2016. Cost for the project has not been disclosed.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins has made a 2015 return, across the brewery’s entire distribution footprint.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins uses Pennsylvania gourds grown just a few miles from the brewery. Take those and add a few pie spices and autumn is starting to take shape. In an interesting twist, the beer uses a French saison yeast, for a fun flavor profile.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins boasts flavors of vanilla, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, ginger, and honey. Available in 375 milliliter bottles.
Availability: 375ml Bottles
Arrival: October, 2015
7.5% ABV, 30 IBUs
Troegs Brewing Co. is teasing a new offering in their coveted “Elf” series this week. Here in July, the brewery has already released Naked Elf, the base beer for October’s release – Mad Elf once again. Troegs Mad Elf is a Belgian-style strong ale is brewed with honey, and cherries.
Troegs Wild Elf is coming soon. A wild/sour edition of the perennial favorite, aged in the brewery’s wood foeders.
Enter the #foeder! These sour cherries are about to join the party inside the wood. #WildElf
No mention of Troegs Wild Elf release. Our best guess is that it will arrive near the October – December range, close to Mad Elf’s return.
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Troegs Perpetual IPA, one of the brewery’s first canned offerings, is getting an artwork overhaul this year.
When first released a few years ago, Troegs Perpetual IPA was met with instant popularity. This prompted it to be upgraded to year round status.
At Troegs, artisanal meets mechanical in a state of IPA we call Perpetual. Cycling through our HopBack vessel and dry-hopping method, this bold Imperial Pale Ale emerges rife with sticky citrus rind, pine balm and tropical fruit.
The brewery has not yet announced when the new artwork will grace the lineup. Troegs Troegenator Dopplebock will also see new, sexy branding.
Availability: 16oz cans, 12oz Bottles, Draft. Year-round