Trillium Peanut Butter PM Dawn is now on sale at the brewery in Boston.
This decadent adventure starts as an American stout brewed with cold brewed coffee from Barrington Roasters in Lee, Massachusetts. Celebrating the brewery’s fifth anniversary, Trillium has thrown in peanut butter. The line forms to the left.
The brewery scaled back the cold brew for this edition to make room for a heavy dose of America’s favorite nut butter.
Trillium Peanut Butter PM Dawn presents an opaque black with brown head and lacing. A strong nose of freshly ground peanuts, chocolate peanut butter milkshake and hints of dark plum from the coffee, is followed by a full-bodied palate, rich with complementary flavors of roasty coffee, swirling dark chocolate/cocoa and finishes with delicious peanut butter.
If you find yourself close to the brewery, now is the time to snag this beer. Peanut Butter PM Dawn is available in 16-ounce cans right….now.
Availability: 16oz Cans. Limited Release.
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Springfield, Missouri’s Mother’s Brewing Hands Down Pale Ale hits shelves this week; a new year-round release.
“A supremely drinkable pale ale that doesn’t skimp on hop flavor” is how Mother’s describes this new beer. This hazy, New England Style pale ale is heavily dry-hopped for a burst of hop flavor, while maintaining a low finishing bitterness.
Intensive dry-hopping provides juicy citrus and berry hop flavor with restrained bitterness. Light, bright, and crisp, this is Hands Down your Mother’s favorite pale ale.
Mother’s suggests drinking Hands Down with smoked ribs with potato salad, spicy pad thai, salmon and mango salsa, and key lime pie. Or if you’re like us a Beer Street Journal – anything you have in the pantry.
Mother’s Brewing Hand’s Down Pale Ale is available year-round in 12-ounce bottles and draft.
Style: Pale Ale
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Debut: Late August 2018
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Savannah, Georgia is going to be home a new citrusy IPA in the near future. Southbound Brewing Disco Kid is ready for launch.
The new beer was brewed in July, described as “A juicy, ripe, IPA with notes of passionfruit, lemon and lime from our Citra, Amarillo, Cascade and Southern Cross hops.”
Southbound Brewing Disco Kid will be available in 12-ounce cans and draft starting August 25th
Hops: Citra, Amarillo, Cascade, Southern Cross
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: Late August 2018
J. Wakefield I’m Your Huckleberry debuts today in the brewery’s Miami taproom.
The sour ale has been infused with over 750 pounds of Pacific Northwest huckleberries. (Incidentally the state fruit of Idaho.)
This Tombstone movie named beer is available at 12 pm in 750-milliliter bottles. Limit of 4 bottles per person.
Style: Sour/Wild Ale (w/ Huckleberries)
Availability: 750ml Bottles
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Monday Night Locals Only, an India pale ale for locals.
This unfiltered (hazy) IPA features Idaho 7, Citra, and Simcoe hops. Monday Night calls this a “tropical juice bomb”.
12-ounce cans of Monday Night Locals Only will be available at the brewery’s Trabert Avenue location on August 10th.
Hops: Idaho 7, Citra, Simcoe
Availability: 12oz Cans
Creature Comforts Goodie Pils debuts in the brewery’s taproom today at 3 p.m.
A few months ago, Creature Comforts brewed Goodie Pils at Highland Park Brewery in Los Angeles, California. So as not to leave their home state of Georgia out of the tasty loop, a batch was brewed in Athens.
16-ounce cans of Creature Comforts Goodie Pils will be available to-go at the brewery.
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Brewery Only.
New Belgium Le Terroir, one of the brewery’s most popular wood-aged sour ales, has returned to the brewery’s portfolio.
Le Terroir (French, meaning soil or land) first debuted in 2011, under the watch of Peter Bouckaert, who has since departed the brewery for Purpose Brewing & Cellars. Previously bottled as a Lips of Faith release, Le Terroir is a dry-hopped American Wild Ale.
Le Terroir is a French term meaning ‘of the earth’ and is frequently used to reference the natural, environmental conditions that affect beer. So it is with our Wood Cellar and the foeders in which Le Terroir is created. These oak barrels combine nature and craftsmanship to age our sour beer in varying temperatures, humidity, and vibrations. Coupled with dry-hopping using fruit-forward and experimental hops, Le Terroir is a beer that rewards differently every time you experience it.
New Belgium Le Terroir has moved from 22-ounce bottles to 375 milliliter corked and caged bottles.
Style: American Wild Ale
Hops: Nugget, Amarillo, Strata (Dry-Hop)
Malts: Pale, Wheat, Caramel-80, Carapils, Oats
Availability: 375ml Bottles, Draft.