Funky Buddha Sticky Treats returns to the brewery’s lineup again on July 16th. Let the dessert drinking begin.
As a kid you craved Rice Krispie treats. As an adult, eating them doesn’t bode well for your waistline. Funky Buddha has the perfect solution for you – Sticky Treats.
As the name suggests, this beer is all about the sticky dessert bar. Funky Buddha Sticky Treats is a blonde ale, brewed with marshmallow and touch of rice for authenticity. This beer is light and smooth, and quite vanilla forward. Our unofficial estimates say that this beer has less sugar than the dessert. But WAY more alcohol. That’s winning as far was we are concerned.
Sticky Treats will be available at the brewery in Oakland Park, Florida on Sunday, July 16th. 22-ounce bottles are $7 dollars, with no sales limit.
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Odell Brewing (Fort Collins, CO) has announced another release of their Footprint RegionAle. The beer is made with ingredients sourced from each state in the brewery’s distribution footprint. The first release of Footprint was 2012.
A total of 11 states create Footprint RegionAle. The ingredient rundown look like this:
- Colorado – Hops & Barley
- Arizona – Prickly Pear Juice
- Idaho – Hops & Barley
- Kansas – Wheat
- Minnesota – Wild Rice
- Missouri – Oak Barrels
- Nebraska – Corn
- New Mexico – Green Chilies
- South Dakota – Barley & Honey
- Texas – Grapefruit Juice
- Wyoming – Wheat
“We added a new state to our footprint this year, so we had to add a new ingredient,” said pilot brewing and barrel aging manager, Brent Cordle. “Texas grapefruit was a scrumptious addition to this year’s beer.”
Odell Footprint RegionAle releases at a party at the brewery on April 19th, 2014. 750ml bottles will ship to all 11 states above shortly after.
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These two brewers make some good shiz. Mikkeller and Three Floyds are teaming up again to bring you Risgoop. This is the fifth time that the the brewery’s have teamed up. One edition will be brewed in Indiana, the other in Denmark.
Behold! The fifth collaborative effort of Three Floyds and Mikkeller. This complex ale is just the beverage for canal boat trips in Copenhagen or the brutal Chicago winter. This year’s offering will be brewed in both Europe and Chicago. Looks for both editions and the subtle differences of each. Cheers and thanks for supporting craft beer.
Availability: 22oz Bombers
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