Anderson Valley GT Gose expands the Boonville, California brewery’s gose lineup. You’ll recall Anderson Valley already has Blood Orange Gose, and regular Gose in package.
Anderson Valley GT Gose features lemongrass, lemon peel, juniper, and grains of paradise.
Reminiscent of a classic cocktail, our GT Gose showcases botanical flavors and aromas of lemon peel, juniper, lemongrass, and grains of paradise. With a juicy lemon-lime tartness and slightly peppery finish, we’ve given the gose style a unique spin that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.
Anderson Valley GT Gose will be available in 22oz bottles. There has already been limited draft availability.
Goose Island Shred the Gnar debuted in the brewery’s Fulton & Wood Series late last year. The was was a collaboration with Surfrider Chicago Foundation. At the time, Goose Island Shred The Gnar was a draft only offering limited to Chicago.
Now, Gnar looks at bottles. An imperial India pale ale brewed with Michigan cherry juice, and lemongrass.
Shred the Gnar is brewed to celebrate those passionate few who brave the waves of Lake Michigan in the dead of winter. While our passion lies in brewing, we know what it means to do what you love to the extreme. We brewed this beer to be big and hoppy with the West Coast surf culture in mind while adding a Midwest twist with tart Cherry juice from Michigan. To make this beer just a bit more gnarly we threw in some fresh lemongrass to create a bright aroma that keeps you coming back for more. We hope this beer will help warm up all those who get out and Shred the Gnar in whatever ways they love this winter.
Goose island Shred the Gnar will be a 12 ounce bottle offering. The brewery has not yet announced this offering.
Crooked Stave Key Lime Tau (2π) releases July 15th. A special collaboration with Hawkshead Brewery based in the United Kingdom.
Crooked Stave Key Lime Tau (2π) is part of the Tran-Atlantic Rainbow Project, a series that challenges brewers to brew a beer inspired by a color. To create Key Lime Tau, the brewery created a mixed culture fermentation wild ale, aged in oak with lactose, fresh lime peel, and lemongrass.
“Key Lime Tau is a riff on a friend of ours’ beer Limoncello. We decided to put our own spin on a Limoncello and it came out very much like a Key Lime Pie,” said Yakobson. “We chose to call this beer Key Lime Tau as ‘tau’ is mathematically 2π and since the collaboration was brewed at both Hawkshead and Crooked Stave, two versions exist making it two Pies.”
Crooked Stave Key Lime Tau (2π) will be available in their taproom at 3350 Brighton Blvd at 6 pm on July 15th.
Upslope Thai Style White IPA is available once again. Six packs of of this tropical citrus beer is shipping to the brewery’s entire distribution area.
“What started as a collaboration with Denver’s Euclid Hall Bar and Kitchen has evolved into a tap room favorite. When deciding on our next Limited Release style, the answer was easy,” said Upslope Founder, Matt Cutter. “Uncommon ingredients like Thai basil, ginger, lemongrass and coriander combine to give our Thai IPA its unique, but well balanced, signature flavor.”
Upslope Thai Style White IPA is brewed with a Belgian wit yeast, plus a blend of seven different Asian-inspired spices.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. New six packs
Distribution: CO, TX, WY, AZ, NM, MT
Return: June, 2015
Woodchuck Lazy Hazy Crazy Lemon joins the cidery’s Out on a Limb Series this week. The series is a rotating six pack of one-off and experimental ciders.
Woodchuck Lazy Hazy Crazy Lemon is actually a hybrid of a hard cider and a shandy. Woodchuck uses McIntosh, Empire, and Cortland apples infused with fresh lemon juice and lemongrass.
The light body, combined with hints of lemongrass and citrus aroma, make this semi-dry cider a perfectly refreshing summer beverage.
Woodchuck Lazy Hazy Crazy Lemon is available in 12oz bottles. While the label changes, the six pack does not.
Two Roads Road Jam Raspberry Wheat Ale makes a warm weather return on April 15th. The wheat ale use 100% real raspberries and lemongrass stalks.
This tart, refreshing beer is the perfect summer complement for outdoor fun.
New for 2015, Two Roads Road Jam will be available in six pack cans, the Beer Bus Variety pack, as well as bottles and draft.
Wild Heaven Craft Beers (Avondale Estates, GA) will launch their first canned offerings with the help of Toucan Mobile Canning this year. First up – Wild Heaven Emergency Drinking Beer.
The beer style is reminiscent of a great pilsner. Something easy drinking, crisp and refreshing, a bit like Let The Be Light, but as versatile as possible.
Emergency Drinking Beer will be the lowest alcohol by volume beer by Wild Heaven to date. Created in collaboration with Paul Calvert of Victory Sandwich Bar and Paper Plane (Atlanta Magazine’s 2013 Bartender of the Year).
The drink of necessity. Real brewed. All purpose blend. Ready to drink. Do not refill. Do not reuse…
Emergency Drinking Beer is perfect for picking out your next beer. A beer for walking to the mailbox, or waiting to use the ATM. A beer for when the zombies are tearing down your door, and you’re out of bullets. A beer for when you really, really need it.
Wild Heaven Emergency Drinking Beer will debut this Thursday, April 9th at Victory Sandwich Bar in Decatur, Georgia. Expect cans by summer.