River Rat Sour Cherry Sucker Punch will release in September
Don’t let the name fool you, this is bold American strong ale, brewed with tart cherries, cranberries, and blackstrap molasses.
Our Sour Cherry Sucker Punch is aged with real tart cherries and cranberries giving you a refreshing tart flavor – not to be mistaken for a sour beer – along with black strap molasses. This ale pairs well with any meats, particularly red meats, BBQ or Asian foods as well. It’s a hearty beer to say the least.
River Rat Sour Cherry Sucker Punch is a 22 ounce bottle offering. The brewery tells Beer Street Journal it will release in September, just no exact date yet.
Cigar City Sardo Numspa, inspired by devil’s food cake.
The Tampa, Florida based brewery attempts to create a decadent dessert beer offering by brewing an imperial stout with hazelnuts, cacao nibs, and vanilla.
Inspired by Devil’s Food Cake, we brewed this high gravity stout with real roasted hazelnuts, two different varietals of cacao nibs, Indonesian vanilla, and rested it on cypress wood. Named in honor of the best devil from the 80’s, the deal, sweet, Sardo Numpsie.
Sardo Numpspa was Charles Dance’s character in the Eddie Murphy movie, The Golden Child. Game of Thrones fans will know Charles Dance as Tywin Lanister.
Cigar City Sardo Numspa is 22 ounce offering. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Stone Depth-Charged Double Bastard. A version of the American strong ale, with espresso beans.
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Stone Depth-Charged Double Bastard will be a 22 ounce bottle offering. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Coast Blackbeerd Imperial Stout is headed to 12 ounce cans. The stout, available in the past both barrel aged, and straight, is one of the brewery’s most popular offerings.
As dark as the legend of Blackbeerd himself, behold the Imperial Stout. Sweet malts battle roasted grain on the decks of yer tongue. Like a blast from a cannon, hop are followed by smoked malt. Hold on to yer booty, a dark stouts a brewin’.
Coast Blackbeerd Imperial Stout cans will join Hop Art, and 32/50 Kolsch in the can lineup.
Style: Imperial Stout
Hops: Magnum, Palisade
Malts: Two Row, Black Carafa, Roasted, Smoked, Oats, Extra Special
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft. 12oz Cans Soon)
Victory Headwaters Ale is coming in September, a beer that raises the awareness of beer’s key ingredient – water. Interesting to note, this can art removes the pale ale mention, plus the description is little different.
This crisp and aromatically arousing session ale integrates a supportive malt base with herbal hop complexity, offering lemon notes and tea-like earthiness.
The canning line is a part of Victory’s production expansion in Parkesburg, Pennsylvania. Victory Headwaters Pale Ale is a 12 ounce can offering.
Style: Pale Ale
Availability: 12oz cans, 2015
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Orpheus Barrel Aged Sykophantes will be available in bottles on September 3rd. This will be the Atlanta, Georgia’s 3rd bottle release.
Orpheus Barrel Aged Sykophantes is the brewery’s fig sour, aged in cognac barrels. Regular Orpheus Sykophantes has previously been released.
In ancient Greece, “showing the fig” was a vulgar hand gesture, and Sykophantes means “one who shows the fig”. Earthy and full of dark fruit flavor from hundreds of pounds of figs and dark candy syrup, but with a sourness that cuts the gentle sweetness, Sykophantes is our fall beer.
Orpheus Barrel Aged Sykophantes will be available in 22 ounce bottles on September 3rd, along with Orpheus The 12th Labor (bourbon barrel aged imperial stout). The brewery’s first bottle also released this month, Wandering Blues.
Burial Shadowclock Pilsner will join the Asheville, North Carolina brewery’s can lineup the week of August 24th.
joining Burial Shadowclock Pilsner, are cans of Haysaw Saison, releasing at the same time. While Haysaw has made draft appearances in the past, this looks to be Shadowclock’s first ever release.
…Made with German barley and American corn, our brewers’ prize is then dry-hopped with Sterling and Tettnanger hops.
Burial Shadowclock Pilsner will release the week of August 24th, in 16 ounce cans.
Hops: Sterling, Tettnanger
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Launch: Week of August 24th