Weyerbacher D’Tango Unchained
Weyerbacher Tarte Nouveau is on the bottle horizon out of Easton, Pennsylvania.
Weyerbacher Tarte Nouveau aims to a session sour, at 3.9% range. (The upper-end of the berliner weisse style.)
The brewery has not officially announced this offering yet. Weyerbacher Tarte Nouveau will be available in 12oz bottles.
Availability: 12oz Bottles
Note: This is a “first look” preview. Details are subject to change at anytime by the brewery.
Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout takes aim at spring. (Early spring.) The blend of whiskey and coffee should be enough to get you through to pollen season. Finishing at a strong 11.8% ABV.
Release details from the brewery are forthcoming.
Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale will hit the brewery’s visitor center on July 17th, 2014. You should see it on shelves shortly after.
The brewery states that since demand is so high, the brewery has not only had to increase production, but move it up in production schedule.
Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin joins Terrapin’s Pumpkinfest, and Southern Tier’s Pumking on shelves halfway through the summer. (Don’t be surprised at this point, this is the third year in a row.)
Style: Pumpkin Beer
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft. July- November, Seasonal.
A little something to drool over, especially if you are a fan of barrel aged beers. Weyerbacher Brewing (Easton, PA) Rhumpshaka.
The brewery took an 11% abv beer brewed with mostly pilsner malt and a touch of oats, and aged it for 9 months in 12 year old rum barrels. (Some date back to 1982.)
The resulting beer is unfiltered and has a profound boozy character. Huge coconut and passionfruit-like aromas fill your nose. The heat from the rum is immediately apparent and blends well with the vanilla and coconut flavors, which linger on your palate. It’s a sweeter finish with tannic notes commensurate with extended barrel aging.
“Rhum” is the old world way of spelling rum. Production is limited to 90 cases of 750ml bottles.
Style: American Strong Ale (Barrel Aged. Rum)
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Arrival: April, 2014
Weyerbacher “Althea” in Greek means healing. That’s the idea behind this Belgian-Style dubbel from the Easton, Pennsylvania brewery. Weyerbacher plans to donate a portion of each of the bottle sales to help defray the cost of breast cancer treatment.
Althea is created in conjunction with The Breast Cancer Patient Assistance Fund of Lehigh Valley Health Network. The fund helps those that need financial assistance, from travel, treatment, prothesis, child care, and more. The recipe was developed by Weyerbacher’s New Jersey representative Natalie DeChico. Italian plums are added to create a fun nuance to this dubbel.
A limited run of 750ml bottles (corked & caged) will arrive in October, 2013.
Style: Belgian Style Dubbel (w/ Plums)
Availability: 750 ml bottles, Corked & caged
Arrival: October, 2013