Pontoon Brewing The Floor Is Lava makes another appearance in mid-August.
This milkshake IPA packed with strawberries, guava, and kiwi, plus vanilla & lactose milk sugar.
This tropical beer is packed with TONS of fruit, making it dangerously good for those who dare to drink.
Pontoon Brewing The Floor Is Lava will be available in again in 16-ounce cans and draft again on August 17th.
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Martin House Brewing Melted Strawberry and Waffle Cone Ice Cream Ale releases this week in Texas.
The Fort Worth based brewery has teamed up with local Melt Ice Cream to create an ice cream inspired beer. The base beer uses strawberry puree, and crushed waffle cones.
Martin House Brewing Melted Strawberry and Waffle Cone Ice Cream Ale is available in 6-pack cans and draft starting this week.
Anchor Brewers Pale Ale Galaxy, brewed with one of beer’s most coveted hop Galaxy, is now available.
This elusive Australian hop is the highlight of this lastest pale ale, along with Eukanot, Calypso, and Cascade.
“By using the Galaxy hop in this iteration, we salute Anchor’s commitment to innovation and inclusion. We turn to the voice of our community for feedback on our constant experiments. The Galaxy hop was used in an experimental beer offered at Anchor Public Taps, our pilot brewery and bar. Our guests couldn’t get enough of this blend, so we used it as a foundation for this official release.” – Anchor Brewmaster Scott Ungermann
Anchor Brewers Pale Ale Galaxy is available in 12-ounce bottles and draft for a limited time.
Style: Pale Ale
Malts: 2-Row, Red Wheat, Pilsner
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Debut: Late July 2019
Monday Night Darker Subject Matter, a bourbon-barrel-aged edition of the brewery’s Dark Subject Matter, debuts today.
Back in March of this year, in a sea of pastry stout releases all over the United States in the dead of winter, the Atlanta based brewery bucked the national trend a bit. A big, rich, completely adjunct-free imperial stout known as Dark Subject Matter emerged. It was absolutely perfect winter beer – chocolatey, fudgy, thick as hell and silky smooth.
Debuting today (and less perfect for the summer heat) is the barrel-aged version of this imperial stout – Darker Subject Matter. This 13.5% alcohol by volume imperial stout with a murdery vibe is every damn bit that big beer we fell in love with in the winter, now with an oaky, vanilla bourbon overtone. The side of the can says HEAVIER THICKER OAK. Monday Night means it.
Go ahead and slam this beast by the pool or at the beach and definitely on an empty stomach after running a few miles. It’s always good to remind yourself that your bad decisions aren’t always behind you.
Either way, Monday Night Darker Subject Matter is a real treat, hot weather or no hot weather. Available at the brewery starting at 4 pm today in 16-ounce cans and draft.
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Arches Brewing Bohemian Riot debuted at the brewery over the weekend, with expanded distribution coming in August.
“Riot” is a pilsner, brewed in collaboration with North Carolina’s Riverbend Malt House. The Georgia based lager-forward brewery used traditional Czech Saaz hops to create this “crisp summertime drinker”.
Until August, Arches Bohemian Riot will only be available at the brewery.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
First, let’s talk about the series. Four times a year, Mother Earth releases a seasonal beer, tied to the Earth’s four-ish seasons. (In the south, real winter is debatable. Don’t even get us started on whatever Florida calls seasons.)
For these hot months, Mother Earth Brew Co. and Fremont created a hazy IPA, that’s every bit the juice and haze you’d expect from the duo. Summer is a great time to debut this release, after all, the teams met originally on a fishing trip.
Further tying this beer to summer is an array off really rare hops (not grown in abundance), including African Queen from South Africa. The malt comes from a farmer-owned cooperative, LINC Malt out of Spokane, WA. We might be running a little low on descriptors for hazy IPAs so le us simply leave you with this. Don’t miss this release. You really CAN stand out in a crowded world of hazy beers, and Mother Earth and Fremont proved it.
Mother Earth 4 Seasons Hazy IPA is a limited summer seasonal in 16-ounce cans and draft. Don’t sleep on it.
Style: Hazy IPA
Hops: African Queen, Galaxy, Mosaic Cryo, El Dorado
Malts: 2 Row, Dextrin, Golden Naked Oats, Unmalted Wheat
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Limited Release.
Debut: June 2019
7.5% ABV, 45 IBUs
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