Founders Mango Magnifico con Calor [Magnificent Mango with Heat], will be reintroduced to the brewery’s Backstage Series in March, 2016.
This release marks the 15th entry in the series (last time it was released, it was the 7th). Founders Mango Magnifico is brewed with mango and habanero peppers.
Not a traditional fruit beer, the delicate tropical fruit in Mango Magnifico is punctuated by a hint of heat, increasing the overall depth of flavor and adding another level of complexity. A refreshing drink for the warm summer months.
Founders Mango Magnifico will be a draft, and 750 milliliter bottle offering in March, 2016.
Read more: Founder’s Backstage Series. Image via Founders Brewing Co.
Brewer’s Alley Oh My Gourd! Spiced Ale has been bottled for the first time. Recently the Frederick, Maryland based brewery expanded their production space to Monocacy Brewing, which allowed space to bottle.
Brewer’s Alley Oh My Gourd! is brewed with locally grown butternut squash, vanilla beans, and spices. The brewery notes this beer has favors of warm pumpkin pie crust.
Brewed with more than 500 pounds of locally grown butternut squash and beautifully spiced, Oh My Gourd! Pumpkin Ale is a wonderful addition to this festive season.
Brewer’s Alley Oh My Gourd! is available in 12 ounce bottles and draft.
Burnside Fruit of the Garden of Good & Evil, a Portland Fruit Beer Festival exclusive release.
Burnside Fruit of the Garden of Good & Evil is a collaboration with Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider. The beer is a blend of fruit beer with pineapple and apricot, plus ghost chilies scotch bonnet peppers, and aji peppers.
This unholy marriage of beer and cider is the ultimate temptation of luscious, juicy and tropical fruit character with notes of Pineapple and Apricot that pulls you in before ending in a firey tropical heat of Ghost Peppers, Scotch Bonnets and Aji peppers and a thirst quenching 4.5%
Burnside Fruit of the Garden of Good & Evil is available in 22oz bottles, at Burnside Brewing during the festival and special events around Portland, Oregon.
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.
Dogfish Head’s Black & Blue returns to 750 mL bottles with an updated label.
Dogfish Head Black & Blue is a Belgian-style golden ale fermented with black raspberries and blueberries with an intense berry flavor and aroma.
The pureed berries are added as the beer leaves the brewhouse. In fermentation, the yeast — the same one we use in Red & White and Pangaea — feeds on sugars from the barley and the berries, giving Black & Blue a unique complexity.
Dogfish Black & Blue was first brewed in 2007.
Bridgeport Stumptown Tart 2015 will feature raspberries as the berry of choice. Each year, Bridgeport hand selects local berries that will highlight their Belgian-style ale, along with a new pin-up model.
The 2014 edition of Stumptown Tart used cranberries and blueberries.
Bridgeport Stumptown Tart 2015 is available seasonally, in 22oz bombers.
New Belgium Pear Ginger Beer has debuted in the brewery’s Lips of Faith Series. The “Lips” series allows the brewery to get even more creative, with styles, flavors and collaborations.
New Belgium Pear Ginger Beer echoes a fizzy craft cocktail, with lemon, pear juices, and ginger. Additionally, the brewery wants you to perhaps even mix Pear Ginger Beer into your favorite cocktail.
Add fizz and flavor to the mix with this spicy ginger meets citrusy pear concoction. A tantalizing beer on its own, pear ginger is also eager to bring a crisp tartness to your cocktail creations. Recipes and Mixology at newbelgium.com
New Belgium Pear Ginger Beer is available in 22oz bottles.