Poncha Springs, Colorado based Elevation Beer Company has purchased a canning line, and will be releasing their first cans this summer.
The first releases fans can expect are Wave Wheel Wit, 8 Second Kolsch, First Cast IPA, and Little Mo’ Porter.
Elevation Beer Company opened their doors in May, 2012. To date, their lineup can be found in 12 ounce bottles, 750 milliliter bottles and draft.
Elevation Wave Wheel Wit
Elevation Signal De Botrange, the brewery’s wine barrel aged offering, is back on shelves again in March, 2016.
Named for the highest point in Belgium (2,277 feet) the beer is a farmhouse ale aged in Chardonnay barrels.
Eclectic and original, Elevation Signal De Botrange is our American interpretation of the farmhouse beers of Belgium. Signal pours a light amber color with notes of hay, oak, and Chardonnay. Aged for eight months in Chardonnay barrels from a prominent winery in Sonoma, this beautiful beer is perfect for summer imbibing.
Elevation Signal De Botrange is a 750 milliliter seasonal offering.
Availability: 750 ml bottles
Distribution: CO, TX, WA, AZ
Latest Return: March, 2016
Elevation Raspberry Gulch is returning to the Poncha Springs, Colorado based brewery’s lineup in March. This time around, you’ll find it in 12 ounce bottles.
The base beer for Raspberry Gulch is an imperial saison, brewed with fresh raspberries. The fine people at the brewery hope to jumpstart your excitement for spring and warmer weather.
Raspberry Gulch’s aroma is dominated by raspberries but is mellowed by a slight white pepper note, thanks to a nice dose of spicy Saaz hops.
Elevation Raspberry Gulch is available in 12 ounce 4 packs in March, across the brewery’s distribution network.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Spring seasonal.
Distribution: CO, TX, WA, AZ
Release: March, 2016
Elevation Bridging the Divide
Elevation Beer Company (Poncha Springs, CO) is shifting their Blue & Green Series of beers over to 12oz bottles. The change moves current 500ml bottles in 4-packs to 12oz 6-packs.
The change in packaging will allow the brewery to use 100% Colorado-made bottles, while reducing their carbon footprint.
“We are excited to announce the switch from our 500ml 4-packs to traditional 12oz bottle 6-Packs,” Says Elevation Marketing Director and Co-Founder Sheila Bustamante, “The new packaging will provide a more approachable package for retailers and craft beer fans.”
8 Second Kölsch, First Cast IPA, and Little Mo’ Porter in 6-packs starting in April. Shortly after, Apis IV Belgian Honey Quad, 7437 Double IPA, and others will make the shift in mid-May. Elevation Double Black Diamond Series (barrel aged offerings) will remain in 750ml corked and caged format.
Elevation Beer Company (Poncha Springs, CO) Oil Man ships once again. Oil Man is Elevation’s imperial stout, aged for 6 months in bourbon barrels.
“Oil Man… is the same recipe, with this years Breckenridge Distillery Bourbon Barrels leaning slightly more oaky and adding an increased mouthfeel this year.”
levlevation Oil Man Imperial Stout returns this round to Arizona, Colorado, and Texas in December, and January, 2015.
Availability: 750ml Bottles, Corked & Caged.
11% ABV, 50 IBUs