Terrapin T-Time Berliner Weisse will join last year’s insanely popular Watermelon Gose in the brewery’s seasonal category this year.
The brewing team in Athens, Georgia has a penchant for lower alcohol by volume beers and kettle souring. Two instances you will see more of over the coming coming months. If you ask us, that’s why they are so good at day drinking
Sweet tea and golf are southern staples; easily the inspiration for Terrapin T-Time Berliner Weisse. The tea is courtesy of Maya Tea in Tucson, Arizona.
Terrapin T-Time Berliner Weisse will be available in 12 ounce cans and draft starting in Spring, 2017.
Alcoholic sweet tea. This is Not Your Mom’s Iced Tea.
Soon will arrive the “mother” lineup.
This is the perfect refreshing brew, crafted with the finest tea leaves from India and real lemon juice. It will remind you of Mom’s home-brewed tea recipe. We know you’ll enjoy it. We do.
Not Your Mom’s Iced Tea will be a 12 ounce bottle release.
Unknown Hospitali-tea has return once again to the brewery’s lineup.
It’s the south, and sweet tea is king. The Charlotte, North Carolina based brewery created a caramel malt heavy amber ale, and added black tea leaves and orange blossom honey. The hops mimic lemons. The result? A boozy sweet tea style beer
Made with black tea leaves and sweet orange blossom honey, this beer is on the lighter side with great caramel malts. The finish of sweet tea and hops provide a new floral lemon aroma. Plain and simple, Hospitali-tea is refreshing.
Unknown Hospitali-tea is a 12 once can and draft offering for the summer.
Return: June, 2016
Jester King Hibernal Dichotomous 2016 releases on Friday, May 13th.
This edition is a blend of old and young beer, a method the brewery refers to as bière de coupage. The young, fresh beer is a farmhouse/wild ale brewed with dried Genmaicha tea, and winter rosemary.
The old beer is from the brewery’s stock of Funk Metal, a sour barrel aged stout.
Jester King Hibernal Dichotomous 2016 is available in 750 milliliter bottles when the brewery opens on Friday, May 13th.
5.9% ABV, 22 IBUs
Bronx Spring Pale Ale with Tea hits tap this month. The newest release from the Bronx, New York brewery is brewed with two different teas.
A blend of two types of black tea and chamomile tea.
Chamomile tea has long been used for its calming effects since Ancient times but we can’t help to get overly excited about this tea infused pale ale. Earthy black teas from India and Indonesia join the sweetness of Chamomile to complement English malts and lemon citrus New Zealand hops to make this crisp, spring inspired pale ale.
Bronx Spring Pale Ale with Tea finishes at 5.7% alcohol by volume. Available now through March, 2016.
Availability: Draft only
Debut: February, 2016
5.7% ABV 36 IBUs
Below, images of the brew day via Bronx Brewery
Green Flash Passion Fruit Kicker, a new wheat ale brewed, is on the horizon from the San Diego, California based brewery.
The soft wheat base for Green Flash Passion Fruit Kicker sets the stage for the passionfruit tea, and juice that will headline this beer’s flavor. (and ultimately, ratings.)
We’ve kicked it up a notch by adding a tropical twist to this refreshing ale. Get amped on Passion Fruit Kicker – a jaw-dropping, mouth-watering, smooth brew with sweet, tart, fruity flavor. We layer passion fruit tea and passion fruit juice with wheat malt and 2-row malted barley to bring you this exhilarating crowd pleaser. Your palate will do a 360 for more of this luscious wheat ale.
Green Flash Passion Fruit Kicker will be a 12 ounce bottle and draft offering. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Dogfish Head Piercing Pils, the brewery’s pilsner brewed with pears, returns soon. The seasonal release will feature updated, artist created artwork.
Dogfish Head Piercing Pils uses a mix of grain sugar and sugar from pear juice to ferment to alcohol. The juice is supplemented with an addition of pear tea for added aroma. The brewpub worked on this recipe one summer in order to get it right.
Availability: 12oz bottles, Draft
Return: Late November/December, 2015 (Seasonal)
Image: Dogfish Head