Lonerider Magnificent 77 American IPA, brewed with 77 different hop varieties. First in the world? As far as we can tell.
I’m sure you brewers and home brewers are wondering about the process. Hops from 7 different countries were blended for the 7 hop additions in the 77 minute boil. After fermentation, Lonerider Magnificent 77 is dry-hopped with a different variety every day for 7 days, then 14 more varieties over the subsequent 7 days. If all those numbers got confusing, that means a lot of hops.
In the end Lonerider Magnificent 77 is a 7.7% alcohol by volume IPA (77 IBUs). Are you seeking this hop monster? The Raleigh, North Carolina brewery is releasing these cans once again at a dock party on July 7th.
As for the extensive hop lineup for Lonerider Magnificent 77, the brewery isn’t disclosing. Besides, would you read them all?
Hops: 77 varieties.
Availability: 16oz Cans. Limited release.
Latest Return: 7/7/17
7.7% ABV, 77 IBUs
Image: Beer Street Journal
Lonerider Blood Orange Hoppy Ki Yay, a citrusy spin on the brewery’s year-round India pale ale, debuts this summer.
The base beer and fan hoppy favorite features Columbus and Amarillo hops. The Raleigh, North Carolina based brewery thinks a touch of blood orange will please fans ahead of the coming hot summer days.
Lonerider Blood Orange Hoppy Ki Yay will be available in 12 ounce can and draft in the near future.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Lonerider Hop ’em High, an imperial India pale ale, is the next canned beer by the Raleigh, North Carolina brewery.
The hoppy offering features Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, and Simcoe hops.
Would you rather be good or lucky? Hop ‘Em High represents our Double IPA with a variety of hops including Centennial, Columbus and Simcoe. Dark crystal and Vienna malts create a vibrant amber appearance while supporting the hop profile.
Lonerider Hop ’em High will be a 12 ounce can offering. Look for them in late June.
Style: Imperial IPA
Hops: Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe
Malts: Vienna, Crystal
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft
Release: Late June, 2016
Lonerider The Preacher, a saison, is set to return to the Raleigh, North Carolina based brewery’s lineup this summer. The beer has been on hiatus for a while now.
The Preacher’s sharp blue eyes have seen too many sins. This Belgian-style Saison is created with an American twist. A spicy, fruity ale with a bright citrus hop kick.
Lonerider The Preacher is in the tanks now, release date to be announced soon.
Above: Joseph, a brewer a Lonerider, stands amongst tanks of The Preacher at the brewery in Raleigh.
Lonerider Hoppy Ki Yay
So this year, Lonerider Brewing Company (Raleigh, NC) got rid of their bottling line, and went all cans. A bold move.
That means even some of the bottle favorites will return in can form, like Pistols at Dawn. Pistols is the brewery’s stout brewed with chocolate and coffee.
High noon will have to take a backseat as the fresh morning air is perfect for a duel. We present our stout brewed with roasted malts, oats, lactose, and locally produced chocolate and coffee. A rich, dark velvety beer with a ﬁne oatmeal ﬂavor.
Lonerider Pistols at Dawn is a 16 ounce can release, available in distribution after the brewery’s release party.
If you go:
Pistols at Dawn Release Party
8816 Gulf Ct. #100
Raleigh, NC 27617
12 pm- 6pm
Lonerider Tres Vaqueros is coming to cans in the near future. For this offering, the Raleigh, North Carolina brewery created a Belgian-style tripel and aged it in oak barrels.
Tres Vaqueros represents our Belgian-style Tripel Ale. Made with German and Belgian malts, this low hopped ale is aged in oak barrels to give it even more complexity.
Lonerider Tres Vaqueros (three cowboys) will be available in 16oz cans. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.