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New Beer Releases 3/15/2017

Blackberry Daze IPA gets its hop bitterness and some hop aroma in the brewhouse, but most of the action happens in the cellar when the fruit is added during secondary fermentation. A special blend of loamy, herbaceous hops for dry-hopping complements the brightness and deep complexity of the blackberries. The result is a funky synthesis of rich earth and ripe fruit, hop bitterness and blackberry tartness, with alluring color and aromas up front, sublimely intense flavors, and a refreshingly dry finish.

Named after the city where it all began, Kalamazoo Stout is one of our most classic recipes. This smooth, full-bodied stout offers a blend of aromas and flavors of dark chocolate and freshly roasted coffee, balanced with a significant hop presence.

This IPA is extra dank and resinous. Enjoy its piney aromas and tropical notes from a blend of Citra and Mosaic hops.

This dark and roasty porter is balanced perfectly with notes of maple in both aroma and flavor. It satisfies that maple craving without being sweet. This beer is a great fall alternative to the pumpkin beers.

 

Loaded with rye and oh so righteous. As the flagship beer of Renegade, [Redacted] has a loyal following. Citrusy hops and spicy rye make for a delicious combo.

Craving something with bold hops and high ABV? Endpoint (E3) is your beer. Single hopped with tons of summit hops, this beer is a great example of how complex a single-hopped beer can be. Summit hops are extremely diverse containing flavors of grapefruit, pine, and sweet onion. Our brewers are careful to add the hops at specific times in the boil to bring out each unique flavor. What started as a challenge to make a “hop bomb” has turned into a hop-lover’s dream.

According to legend, come dusk, you could see it in their eyes. Recipes formulating. Plans devising.
Alibis orchestrating. In the early 1800s, a secret society of brewmasters, possessed by perfection, took nightly to the Miami Canal, a newly carved waterway between Cincinnati and Dayton. And conspired in the surreptitious exchange of rare and exotic hops. Witnesses? Just one. The moon. Hop Smuggler White IPA. Citrusy, fruity, satisfyingly bitter. Made with a special blend of hops called never you mind.

 

O Gude Ale Comes, and Gude Ale goes… This Scotch Ale is sweet, but not cloying. It’s strong, but not brash. It’s smooth and smokey, like a good dram among friends. Cheers!

Café Racer 15™ features aromas of bright citrus and resinous pine from the generous use of Citra, Amarillo, Cascade and Chinook hops which are complimented by a dry malt finish. The result is a high revving Double IPA that is loud and assertive, much like the rebellious street racers who inspired it. Never ride alone

 

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