Boulevard Tell-Tale Tart is joining the brewery’s year round lineup in June, 2015. If you’ve been following recent mentions surrounding the brewery’s ambitious lineup this year, you’ll find Tell-Tale to be a surprise.
Boulevard Tell-Tale Heart is a billed as a “slightly sour” ale, driven by lactic acid acidity.
…derives pleasant, refreshing lactic acidity from brewhouse souring, a process of lowering the pH during the brewing process. The brewhouse souring method results in a crisp, clean acidity that serves as a contrast to a soft, subtly sweet malt character contributed by our base pale malt and Munich malt.
Boulevard Tell-Tale Heart will be available in 12oz bottles, year-round.
Style: American Sour/Wild Ale
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Year-Round
Release: June, 2015
Creature Comforts DaySpring a grisette, a light-bodied, low alcohol, farmhouse ale will release in bottles this month.
The style hails from Hainut, a provence in southern Belgium. The lower alcohol, yet flavorful beer is designed to be a table beer. Creature Comforts DaySpring is meant to be consumed the same way.
The brewery bought wheat from DaySpring Farms in Danielsville, Georgia. Yeasts include Saccharomyces and Brettanomyces.
Creature Comforts DaySpring will be available in 750ml bottles, bottle conditioned and capped, not waxed. DaySpring follows the brewery’s first bottle offering, Southerly Love that released in December, 2014.
Availability: 750ml Bottles.
Arrival: April, 2015
First DaySpring public offering happened on 1/24, at the Atlanta Cask Festival
Straight to Ale Fifth Anniversary Belgian-style Quadrupel will start hitting shelves in May. Celebrating five years of craft brewing in Huntsville, Alabama.
In celebration of the fifth anniversary of the first beer beer ever sold by Straight to Ale, we are releasing this Belgian style quadrupel. Dark and full bodied, deceptively sweet with dark fruits and candy-like nose.
Look for Straight to Ale Fifth Anniversary in 22oz bottles starting in May, 2015.
Style: Belgian-Style Quadrupel
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft. Limited release.
Release: May, 2015
Terrapin Krunkles Down Under is headed to cans later this year. “Captain Krunkles,” the brewery’s fictitious (or maybe not so fictitious) hop loving traveler swings to the South Pacific for his latest offering.
Terrapin Krunkles Down Under features hop varieties from New Zealand and Australia.
Krunkles returns with a new IPA from his time spent on the underside of the world. Brewed with hops exclusively from New Zealand and Australia, this “South Pacific IPA” is packed with so much flavor, it might even make a kiwi say G’Day!
Terrapin Krunkles Down Under will be available in a new IPA Survival Pack this summer. The 12-can variety pack will contain Hopsecutioner, RecreationAle, Hi-5 IPA, and Krunkles Down Under.
Hops: Moteuka, Pacific Jade, Green Bullet, Topaz, Waimea, Rakau. Dry Hop: Ella, Galaxy
Availability: 12oz Cans, Variety Pack Release
Release: Summer, 2015
SweetWater Brewing Company kicked off their new 750ml, corked and caged line with their 18th Anniversary offering. The Atlanta, Georgia based brewery recently purchased a cork & cage bottle filler from Brooklyn Brewery. SweetWater The Pit & The Pendulum takes aim at the big bottle series.
Over the weekend at SweetWater’s annual 420Fest, head brewer Nick Nock elaborated at bit on the sour/wild ale lineup currently in development. Addition to the brewery’s first sour beer (still sitting in the barrels), Nock mentioned a new beer with peaches.
SweetWater The Pit & The Pendulum bases as Belgian-style ale, peach puree (Georgia IS the peach state) and finished with Brettanomyces yeast.
The perfect balance of three distinct divergences. Allowed to initially flower with Belgian ale yeast, The Pit &The Pendulum was then incarcerated with Brett and freshly pureed peaches to intensify the trifecta of its persona. Enjoyable fresh, but also a good one for the cellar, as the Brett continues to contemplate its environment.
SweetWater The Pit & The Pendulum will be available in 750ml bottles. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Below, a Beer Street Journal look at the first corked & caged release…
Two Roads Conntucky Lightnin’ will rejoin the brewery’s lineup on Kentucky Derby Day, May 2nd.
To create Two Roads Conntucky Lightnin’, Brewmaster Phil Markowski brews a sour mash American strong ale with corn grits, and ages it in bourbon barrels. The result is what they call – funky.
The Connecticut Yankees at Two Roads have CONNjure up this moonshine inspired bourbon-like ale. Using good ol’ USA corn grits and aged in real bourbon barrels from a famous Kentucky distillery, this unique CONNcoction includes notes of whiskey, oak and vanilla.
Two Roads Conntucky Lightnin’ is available in 750ml bottles.
Dogfish Head American Beauty, the brewery’s tribute, and inspired by, The Grateful Dead, is getting an artwork overhaul in honor of the band’s 50th anniversary.
The imperial pale ale combines American hops and an ingredient not seen in beer often – granola. Dead fan (and beer fan) Thomas Butler shared his favorite concert story that lead to the granola choice.
Inside this bottle. Your miracle ticket awaits. We called Americas Beauty, an imperial Pale Ale inspired by the Grateful Dead. The best way to capture 30 years, 100 albums, 1,500 shows? Let the loyal fans drive the recipe. Among thousands of suggestions, granola was top. It was the main course in millions of parking lot meals and is newsstand toasty complement to the all-American hops and barley. There was something different about a Dead show. Whether you saw one or 103, you felt it but you knew it wouldn’t last forever. If only you could have bottled it …
Dogfish Head American Beauty is slated to make a seasonal appearance again in May, 2015.
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