Anchor Meyer Lemon Lager takes aim at cans in the near future.
The base beer is a lager, brewed with Meyer lemons. The lemons originated from China, a cross between a true lemon and an orange. Anchor has used lemons in recent one-off releases, such as Anchor Meyer Lemon Kolsch.
Anchor Meyer Lemon Lager will be available in 12 ounce cans. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Ballast Point Pumpkin Down, a gourdy-spin on the brewery’s Piper Down Scottish Ale, is headed to bottles.
The brewery’s Piper Down is a malty, subtle- hopped ale with UK hops. Throw in some pumpkin and spices and you have Ballast Point Pumpkin Down.
Look for Ballast Point Pumpkin Down in 12oz bottles. The brewery has not yet announced his offering.
Style: Pumpkin Beer
Availability: 12oz Bottles
Guinness Nitro IPA is headed stateside in the near future. The Ireland based brewery best known for their nitrogen infused Irish dry stout simply called Guinness Draught.
Soon, the brewery will change things up completely with Guinness Nitro IPA, and hoppier, and far lighter offering. Not only is this a departure for their usual styles, the packaging indicates it will arrive in 11.2oz cans.
Guinness Nitro IPA is a part of The Brewer’s Project, an experimental side project for the brewers to have some fun. This recipe is the brainchild of Luis Ortega.
Recently, Guinness Blonde, brewed in the United States, was introduced to the U.S. market.
The Diageo-owned Guinness has not yet announced this offering.
Hops: Admiral, Celeia, Topaz, Challenger, Cacade
Availability: 11.2oz Cans
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, the brewery’s legendary IPA, will roll out in 12oz cans in September, 2015.
Currently, Two Hearted Ale is already available in 12oz bottles, 16oz cans, and draft.
This is something we have been talking about for some time,” said Laura Bell, Bell’s Vice President.
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale 12oz cans will be distributed nationwide in 12 packs.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. 16oz Cans. 12oz cans (September) Year-round
Release: September, 2015
Terrapin Richland Reserve is the launch of not only a new beer, but a new series. The Athens, Georgia based brewery recently partnered with Georgia’s Richland Rum.
Terrapin Richland Reserve starts as 2015 Hopzilla (the beer is now retired) and aged it in Richland Rum barrels for the past year.
A pair of Georgia’s liquid artisans come together by combining two art forms, craft brewing, and craft distilling. Richland Reserve, the first in our “Ales from the Wood” series, is made from vintage 2014 HopZilla “Double IPA” and has been masterfully aged in Richland Rum barrels for over one year.
Terrapin Richland Reserve is a late July, 2015 release in 22oz bottles. No draft available for this release.
Availability: 22oz Bottles.
Release: Late July, 2015
Wicked Weed White Angel, the third release in the brewery’s Angel’s Series will debut in mid-July, 2015. This edition is aged in wine barrels with locally grown wild muscadine and Scuppernong grapes.
WHITE ANGEL is an American Sour Ale blended with two pounds per gallon of locally harvested Muscadine and Scuppernong grapes and aged in white wine barrels. Alter eight months, another pound per gallon of Amarillo wine must is blended in stainless steel tanks for 2 months. A total of 2.5 tons of fruit and 10 total months of maturation later we give you White Angel.
Pre-sale of Wicked Weed White Angel begins on June 27th, at 12 pm. (Golden Angel lasted 30 seconds, if that.)
SweetWater Georgia Brown is slated for cans later this year. The brown ale is a year round offering by the Atlanta, Georgia brewery.
A river of deep caramel malts meandering through undercut currents of hop additions.
Style: Brown Ale
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. 12oz Cans (Future)