Avery Ill Dolia will be #29 in the brewery’s coveted barrel aged series. This release breaks the bank, as the brewery filled the rarest and most expensive barrels they have in their arsenal.
Avery Ill Dolia is an American wild ale, aged in Madeira, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carvavelos barrels.
No. 29 is a Byzantine and beautiful blend from the rarest and most expensive barrels we’ve ever filled. And worth every damn penny.
Avery Ill Dolia is a May, 2015 bottling. A release date has not been announced.
Avery Fortuna (No. 28) was just recently released.
Style: American Wild/Sour Ale (w/ Barrel Aged. Wine Aged.)
Availability: 12oz bottles. 285 cases produced.
Victory Hoppy Quad is on the horizon from the Pennsylvania based brewery. Hoppy Quad features a Belgian-style quadrupel ale, with a hoppy American twist.
Bright and bold, the Trappist brewers who inspired the style of ale might marvel at the aromatic hints of citrus, resonance Cedar and tropical fruit that flow from the special brew.
Belgian-style fermentation an impressive American hops make this light by detail intense, inviting an entirely unique. Enjoy Hoppy Quad and Taste Victory!
Victory Hoppy Quad will be available in 750ml bottles. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Hops: Cascade, Chinook, Citra, Mosaic
Clown Shoes Mango, and American-style kolsch breed with sweet orange peel, and mango, releases this summer. The beer actually appears on the brewery’s release calendar starting in April, but it seems to have not released yet.
Crunkle Sam, tired of being a mere anomaly as a most refreshing summertime Barleywine, targeted a German beer style and bastardized it. He had us brew a traditional Kolsch, but made us add sweet orange peel and all natural mango flavor.
Clown Shoes Mango will be a summer offering in 22oz bottles.
Creature Comforts DaySpring a grisette, a light-bodied, low alcohol, farmhouse ale is headed to shelves in both Athens and Atlanta, Georgia.
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 hits shelves 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: May, 2015
First DaySpring public offering happened on 1/24, at the Atlanta Cask Festival
Burnside Blueberry Mint Saison kicks of the new Elemental Scale Series of one-off beers from the Portland, Oregon brewery.
Burnside Blueberry Mint Saison is a French-style saison that has been brew kettle soured, and fermented with blueberries and local honey, plus mint tea.
Inspired by a Kombucha drink with a similar profile, Burnside’s brewers set out to create a refreshing but complex beer with an interesting flavor profile. This ale is fermented at slightly higher temperature than normal with Blueberries and local Honey added at conditioning along with a cold side infusion of a “mint tea.” This gives the beer a slightly tart and fruity quality with a subtle hint of mint freshness.
Burnside Blueberry Mint Saison will be available in 22oz bottles and draft, starting May 7th.
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft.
6.9% Abv 21.55 IBUs
Duclaw Hop Continuum #2 Mosaic Red IPA joins the hoppy series on May 13th. This edition is a “red” IPA, brewed with Mosaic hops.
A Red IPA hopped solely with Mosaic hops, Mosaic Red is medium-bodied and crisp, with flavor and aroma profiles dominated by big, vibrant citrus flavors like tangerine, apricot, and mango, accented by resinous notes of pine.
Duclaw Hop Continuum #2 Mosaic Red IPA will be available in 12oz bottles and draft.
Malts: Torrified Wheat, Pale, Crystal 120L, Cara Aroma
6% ABV, 50 IBUs
The beer has yet to be named. No mention of any kegs coming to the United States at this time.
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