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4 Hands City Wide Pale Ale is coming from the Saint Louis, Missouri based brewery.
The upcoming pale ale has been teased on social media over the past week. The can features the flag for the city of St. Louis.
Release looks to be April, 2016 – presumably for their home city only.
Style: American Pale Ale
Availability: 12oz Cans
Release: April, 2016
4 Hands Contact High has made spring 2016 return.
This spring and summer seasonal is brewed with orange zest, and Pacific Northwest hops. The brewery touts it as bit like a beermosa.
Contact High pours a bright orange hue with a big citrus aroma.
4 Hands Contact High is available in 12 ounce cans, and draft. Distribution starts March 15th.
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Stone Sorry Not Sorry, a new imperial IPA brewed with peaches, has been released by the Escondido, California based brewery.
Stone Sorry Not Sorry is a part of the brewery’s ongoing collaboration series, brewed with Saint Louis, Missouri’s 4 Hands Brewing and Yakima, Washington’s Bale Breaker. On the annual pilgrimage to Washington for hop selection, Stone brewmaster suggested this collaboration needed to happen. Since it’s Stone, of course it did.
This very hop forward offering has one more important element – pureed peaches. Chosen to work well the with experimental hop varieties found in Stone Sorry not Sorry.
The idea for this bright and bitter beer was born during Stone Brewmaster Mitch Steele’s annual hop-selection pilgrimage to Yakima, Washington. While touring Loftus Ranches (a farm owned and operated by the same family for generations which recently expanded to Include on-property craft brewery Bale Breaker Brewing Co.), Steele felt inspired…while power-huffing hops no doubt…to suggest a brewing collaboration with Stone and our good friends from St. Louis.4 Hands Brewing Co. A powerhouse within the midwest brewing sect, 4 Hands has been on our official “awesome brewers we gotta collaborate with” list for some time. When considering the direction they’d take, it was decided that since Loftus Ranches was the first hop farm to commercially grow beloved Simcoe variety, leading with that piney, stone fruit-like hop was a must. But collaborations are about uncharted territory. Thus, the trio decided that pureed peaches hold be added to ‘up’ the fruit factor, while experimental HBC 342 and HBC 344 hops were selected to introduce notes of berries, citrus, tropical fruit and grassiness to this IPA. Yes, we made another IPA. We’ll concede that it’s not surprising. Our love of hoppy beers runs like a deeply entrenched mutherlode (yes, we meant to spell it that way) of humulus lupulus coursing through our veins. Ditto 4 Hands and Bale Breaker. So for those who’d have preferred to see us craft a milk stout, ancient ale or barrel-aged offering, that’s okay…we’ve made all of those in the past few months too. But we are who we are: an unapologetic band of hopheads psyched to explore the ever-expanding network of nooks and crannies within the IPA universe. So happy to have you join us!
Stone Sorry Not Sorry is available in 22 ounce bottles and draft for a limited time.
9.3% ABV, 70 IBUS
4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout is now apart of the lineup in 12 ounce cans. Think of your chocolate milk when you were growing up. But boozy. Adulthood has its privileges.
Our Chocolate Milk Stout pours black as the night sky with aromas of dark chocolate, chocolate malt, and more chocolate. With a firm tan head and a rich velvety mouthfeel our Chocolate Milk Stout is a perfect complement to the change of seasons.
4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout is available in 22oz bottles, 12oz cans, and draft.