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Weekend Beer Buzz 10/08/2015

A relaxing weekend, awesome weather and plenty of craft beer.

I hate to say it, but you’re probably running out of weekends to sit out on the patio, soak up some sun and sip on a few brews. Get out and enjoy it while you still can.

Here’s the scoop.



Friday, October 9th, 2015

Grist Brewing will release this year’s batch of Stuck at the Tunnel Barleywine on Friday afternoon. This one’s a lovely blend of sweet and bitter, with a warming, high ABV. Stock up on bottles for the Winter. Grist Brewing is located at: 9150 Commerce Center Cir, Highlands Ranch, CO.

Dry Dock will tap a fun, fruity firkin on Friday afternoon. This time they took their new Saison – L’Escaut, and added mixed berries. Stop in for a glass beginning at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Our friend Dustin Hall over at The Brewtography Project is working on publishing his first book – Discovering Colorado Breweries. His coffee table style book is full of original photography dedicated to Colorado breweries. Come out on Friday afternoon to meet Dustin, purchase prints and learn how to support his kickstarter campaign.

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Dustin’s photography is outstanding and we strongly urge you to support his work. Crooked Stave at The Source is located at: 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO.

Saturday, October 10th, 2015

Hops & Pie’s turning 5! Stop by on Saturday for special tappings, raffles, giveaways and a fun afternoon. Tappings include Call to Arms – Tropical Oh Yeah (Hops & Pie collaboration), Russian River Pliny the Elder, Fremont Brew 1000, Creature Comforts Reclaimed Rye, Societe The Pupil and plenty more.

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Hops & Pie is located at: 3920 Tennyson St, Denver, CO.

Dry Dock will tap a firkin of Dry-Hopped Tart Apricot on Saturday at Noon. While you’re there, be sure to pick up a fill from the new Crowler machine and get your tickets to their 10th Anniversary sha-bang, coming up on Saturday, October 24th. The Canoe Room at North Dock is located at: 2801 Tower Rd, Aurora, CO 80011.

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Denver Bacon and Beer Festival Announced For 2015

Few things on this big planet of ours can compare to the greatness of Beer. Bacon however is one of the few things we consider to be equally great. Luckily for you, the Denver Bacon and Beer Festival is right around the corner and for one special weekend this Fall, these two beauties will be paired up for an eye-opening, mouth-watering, belt-loosening experience.

Now in its 4th year, this swinetastic beer festival pairs some of the area’s best breweries, with bacon bites created by Colorado’s top chefs. As if that wasn’t enough, there’s even a 5-course beer dinner planned.

There’s plenty to get excited about and we can hardly wait for all the greasy deliciousness that awaits us on the weekend of November 7th and 8th. Read on for more, grab your tickets HERE and click HERE to relive highlights from last year’s event.

Denver Bacon and Beer Festival Returns for a Fourth Year
Dinner and festival will have you praising the lard!

DENVER – Oct. 7, 2015 – For the past three years, EatBoston and Denver Off The Wagon have been bringing mouth-watering, innovative bacon dishes paired with thirst quenching beers to the people of Denver. This year Imbibe Events is joining the duo to help create the ultimate bacon and beer spectacular. The Denver Bacon and Beer Dinner and Festival will take place the weekend of November 7th and 8th.

“Anticipation is already building for this year’s weekend of festivities,” said Aaron Cohen, founder of the Bacon and Beer Festival series. “Denver has been a great host to us and I am so excited to see what the city has in store of us this year!’

The weekend will start with a five course beer dinner featuring five local chefs paired with five different breweries at The Lobby (2191 Arapahoe St. Denver CO) on Saturday from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Participating restaurants and breweries include Second Home Kitchen + Bar, The Lobby, Max’s Wine Dive, Great Divide Brewing Company, Wit’s End Brewing Company, Call To Arms Brewing Company, Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project, Spangalang Brewery and The Post Brewing Co. Pairings will be announced later this month. Tickets go on sale on October 7th at 10 a.m. MST for $75.

Sunday afternoon, bring your appetite to the Denver Bacon and Beer Festival at The Glitter Dome (3600 Wynkoop St., Denver CO) from 2:30 – 5:00 p.m. The fourth annual festival will feature more than 50 restaurants and breweries.

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Beer Hunter’s Report 10/07/2015

Every week, Scott puts his ear to the bottle, takes to the streets and seeks out all the new brews hitting the better bottle shops around town. You’ll find his Beer Hunter’s Report posted here every Wednesday. Any last-minute additions can be found in Thursday’s Weekend Beer Buzz.

  • More Alpine dropped this week, get out there and look.
  • Firestone Walker Agrestic looks to have hit too.
  • Green Flash Cellar Reserve 3 is here.
  • Ska Monumentale, their 20th Anniversary ale, is a tart and wild ale aged in Peach Street Bourbon barrels and then blended with cherries.
  • Pumpkin #1: Bull & Bush Brewery Ghoul Fuel (hint: check Grapevine)
  • Pumpkin #2: Uinta Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin
  • Great Divide Fresh Hop is so fresh and hopped freshly that it’s fresh. And hopped. Hopped fresh.
  • Stone / Juli Goldenberg / Monkey Paw – 24 Carrot Golden Ale should hit soon for your carrot cake fix yo!
  • Keep an eye out for Dogfish Head Higher Math, which should hit soon, Love me some high ABV brews.


By: Scott Steigerwald


Casey Brewing Feels Increased Demand, Adopts New Ticketing System

If you build it, they will come. That was the spirit behind Casey Brewing and Blending’s location in the mountain town of Glenwood Springs, CO – far away from the heavily populated Front Range.  A place to attract people from all around the Rockies for great beer, but also a place to take in the wonder and beauty of the mountain town. When the brewery first began hosting monthly releases back in July 2014, the events had a relaxed, “show up whenever” atmosphere, but word quickly spread throughout the craft beer community and so began the meteoric rise of Troy Casey and his brewery.

Before long, droves of people started showing up on Casey’s doorstep for his monthly releases. In just a few months time, Casey Brewing & Blending had become a destination brewery, resulting in many making the pilgrimage from neighboring states, with some even coming from across the country.

casey 15-1Unfortunately, the demand for his beers had reached such heights that the tactics of making the 3+ hour drive from Denver to bring bottles home was getting more and more extreme each month. Eventually Casey reached a threshold that was no longer sustainable for the brewery. People were arriving several hours early only to find out some beers had already sold out due to the overwhelming, overnight crowd. Something had to change to help mitigate disappointing customers, and reduce the stress level being placed on Casey and his staff.

For the October ’15 release, Casey tested a new ticketing system through the website In order to purchase to-go bottles on release day, customers were asked to pre-purchase a $20 ticket online. The ticket offered the opportunity to purchase up to a full allotment of bottles available during that particular release. 100% of the proceeds of the ticket sales were donated to a local charity. Anyone purchasing a ticket, but not showing up to the release, would be banned from the next month’s release. This trial run seems to have been the perfect recipe to appease the masses, as well as Casey’s surrounding neighbors.

For some, this change saves money on the necessary hotel room to beat the ever-growing early crowd. For others, it will help avoid hypothermia and frostbite from overnight camping in the coming cold Winter months. But for everyone, it provides the luxury of arriving whenever is most convenient during the 11AM – 3PM pickup window. Your commute to Glenwood Springs no longer requires breaking traffic laws to be first in line, but rather allows you to be as leisurely as the gentle leaf peepers on I-70.
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Upon our arrival at the brewery, 30 minutes after opening, we were surprised to only see a single person in line purchasing bottles, while over at the tasting room bar, there was no one clamoring  for a pour. Instead, people were able to sit and enjoy their time without the threat of claustrophobia setting in. It was obvious that people had taken their hours of waiting in line and converted them to sleeping in, getting a warm breakfast or even enjoying a morning hike.

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Outside, people were enjoying a beautiful fall day with friendly games of cornhole and giant Jenga, two games that had unfortunately been collecting dust at the brewery for the past several months. This relaxed vibe continued throughout the day as people came and went as they pleased, essentially spreading the crowd out across the entire afternoon.

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The event definitely had the feel of the early Casey releases, back in 2014. Only a handful of tickets remained the day of the release, which were quickly sold to the few that had lined up prior to the doors opening. The only instance where a line developed was just before the pick up window for bottles expired at 3:00 PM.  Read more »


Oskar Blues Announces CHUBurger Coming To Denver

Oskar Blues will bring their newest CHUBurger location to Denver’s River North neighborhood. They’re planning to open a 3,700 sq. ft. burger joint / beer garden at 3490 Larimer in early 2016.

In addition to delicious burgers and fries and live music, you can expect plenty of craft beer options, including limited release beers from Oskar Blues.

Read on for more details.


Craft-Casual Dining and Live Music Heading for RiNo in Early 2016

Longmont, Colo. – Oskar Blues Fooderies craft-casual concept CHUBurger brings handcrafted burgers, an extensive beer selection and a live local music scene to the RiNo arts district in Denver. The 3,700 sq. ft. facility located at 3490 Larimer will feature an outdoor burger/beer garden and is slated to open in early 2016.

CHUBurger is known for inventive burgers made with high quality, Hops & Heifers Farm approved, 100 percent Angus beef. The Oskar Blues farm, Hop & Heifers, partners with Meyer Natural Angus to provide premium beef free of antibiotics and hormones that is grass-fed using spent grain.

Expect more than just basic beef burgers. CHUBurger serves up a BUFFburger made with fresh all-natural local bison, an OMEGAburger featuring wild Coho salmon with Greek yogurt tartar sauce, and the BERKburger with a Hops & Heifers raised heritage Berkshire pork patty topped with blue cheese, butter and bacon.  Build your own burgers with fresh options available to fit your artsy or hipster side.

No burger is complete without a side of fries. Dive neck-deep into a plate of fresh hand-cut fries served plain or with roasted shoshito peppers and get addicted to the home-made Oskar Blues ginger ketchup.

“Our fooderies feature handcrafted food to pair with our handcrafted beer,” said chef Jason Rogers. “We make a damn good burger that’s as good as the beer we brew.”

The extensive craft beer tap and bottle/CAN lineup will include Oskar Blues Brewery’s core brews along with seasonal and limited releases. Local wine will also be served on tap alongside other signature drinks. “Try before you die” frozen custard shakes and root beer floats using Oskar Blues’ B. Stiff and Sons Old Fashioned Root Beer delivers something the whole family can enjoy.

Can’t wait to get your CHUBurger on until 2016? Visit current locations in Longmont and Coors Field until then. CHUBurger RiNo will be open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Take-out, catering and outdoor seating available.

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River North Brewing Forced From Home – Announces “Funk the Man” Series

River North Brewery is being forced out of their home on Blake St. As a tribute to their 1st home, they’re releasing a series of Brett Saisons called “Funk the Man”. The brewery will host release parties every Saturday in October to release the beers both on tap and in 375 mL bottles.

It’s sad to see River North being forced to move, but they plan to open their new location at 6021 Washington St by the end of the year.

Read on for more.

River North Bids Farewell to First Home with “Funk the Man”

On October 24th, River North Brewery will bid a final farewell to its original location at 2401 Blake Street in Denver.

The brewery’s building was recently slated for demolition to make way for an apartment redevelopment in one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods, River North, for which the brewery is named.

To commemorate the demise of their first home, the brewery will host “Funk the Man,” a month-long tongue-in-cheek tribute to cash over community. River North will also release a series of brett saisons from its barrel archives – the official “Funk the Man” beer.

Funk the Man #1, aged in cabernet barrels, kicks off the festivities on October 10th. Funk the Man #2, featuring hibiscus, debuts on October 17th. And Funk the Man #3, with black currant, will serve as the capstone for the final hurrah on October 23rd and 24th. The entire FTM series will be available on tap and in 375ml bottles during their respective release parties.

“I believe this series of beers perfectly captures how we feel about the demise of 24th and Blake,” Matt said. “It’s sad to leave our first home, where we’ve made countless friends. But I think Funk the Man – the beer, at least – does it justice.”

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Epic Brewing Breaks Down Big Bad Baptist

Earlier this week, Epic Brewing released the 2015 batch of Big Bad Baptist. The 11% ABV Imperial Stout is aged in whiskey and bourbon barrels and eventually aged with coffee and cacao nibs. Epic’s Head Cellarman Ryan Buxton has shared some insight into this year’s release, explaining how the beer goes from brew to barrel to bottle.

Many thanks to Epic Brewing for sharing this story with us. We hope you enjoy and highly recommend stocking your cellar with plenty of Big Bad Baptist for the coming Winter months.

A Passion for Boldness

Head Cellarman Ryan Buxton discusses Big Bad Baptist

The first thing you should know is “the cellar” isn’t some barrel-vaulted stone chamber tucked under a monastery. It’s a simple, climate-controlled, warehouse with an average looking loading dock, lined up between a series of identical docks, but when the overhead door is rolled up and you get your first glimpse into the dark interior, a sense of anticipation and awe starts to build. It’s probably as close to opening a Pharaoh’s tomb or uncovering a buried treasure chest as anyone will get without finding themselves in the pages of National Geographic.

The Cellar is home to Epic’s barrel-aging program and its notable Big Bad Baptist, an Imperial Stout aged in whiskey and bourbon barrels with small batch coffee and cacao nibs added. It is one of Epic’s best known beers, carrying a 100 point rating from, a 96 point rating on and 95 from BTI. Ryan Buxton, the Head Cellarman at the Salt Lake City brewery, oversees the production and maturation of this beer each year for its seasonal release at the beginning of October. Below is his explanation of what makes Big Bad Baptist so special.

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What I love about Big Bad Baptist is how complex the drinking experience is. There’s so much going on from aroma to aftertaste, but none of it collides or conflicts. We all put a lot of effort into harmonizing and organizing the different layers of this beer so that the experience is nuanced.

First we start with an exceptional base beer, our award-winning Imperial Stout. This beer is often overshadowed by Baptist but it really is at its heart. We use seven different malts and max out our mash tun; in fact, its pre-boil gravity is higher than many of our beers are post-boil. We call it a sacrificial yield and this is what creates the rich flavors reminiscent of bitter chocolate, coffee, dried fruit and even star anise, but of course the real magic, and what makes Baptist so special, is the barrel aging.

We use our casks three different times and each use produces different characteristics. When the Imperial Stout goes into a first-use cask, it’s around 10.5% ABV, and after cellaring it emerges at around 11.5 – 12% ABV. As you can imagine, there is a strong whiskey aroma with plenty of heat and an overall boozy character.  The malt character we worked to produce in the base beer is simply overpowered by the toasted marshmallow and alcoholic quality of the whiskey. This is where the second-use casks really make the difference. The beer aged in these casks have a much rounder, dried fruit character, such as plum and fig, with that sweet, smooth, vanilla character the oak contributes. Our third-use casks become very woody, with a slight astringent dryness on the aftertaste. This is the beer people think of when they talk about being able to taste the barrel.

epic big bad baptist 2We thief samples from all of the 900 barrels over the course of the year and taste them through panels. Baptist takes up almost half of our total barrel program, a little over 2000 barrels total, so the tastings are pretty extensive. I think what really makes Baptist so special is that so many people at the brewery have an input. It’s also 100% barrel-aged which is becoming rare as the cost of barrels increases. Each release for the season is going to be slightly different. We don’t have a pre-set flavor profile that defines Big Bad Baptist. Instead we allow the beer to be itself. This is a challenging way to work because beer is a living, changing beverage and each one of our barrels is unique.

After selecting the blend, the last step is to add in the coffee and cacao nibs. Once again, we aren’t following a formula but approach the process through tasting. In some batches we pull back on the coffee and increase the cacao, if the beer needs some additional richness, or if the roasted character could use a bit of a boost, we might add slightly more coffee. This is the type of brewing that’s at the core of Epic. Exceptional beer needs to be cared for and truly crafted; but above all it needs to stand on its own, which is why numbered releases are so important to us. Each time we make the beer we’re creating that brand’s identity; sometimes previous releases play into that and other times we deviate. There’s no fixed point for our Elevated or Exponential series beers. We let our palates, our technique, and our imaginations guide us.

This year we are releasing Big Bad Baptist with four different coffees from four different small batch roasters; Caffe Ibis and Blue Copper out of Utah, Novo out of Denver and a special release featuring Cultivar Coffee out of Texas. Coffee is like any of our other natural ingredients. We spend a lot time developing relationships with maltsters and hop farmers and have tremendous respect for their craft and coffee isn’t any different. Read more »

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Weekend Beer Buzz 10/01/2015

I think we’ve finally recovered from an amazing GABF Week. What a blast. Congrats to all of this year’s medal winners, especially our friends, brewers and industry professionals around town. Check out our GABF tab for an in-depth look at last weekend.

You’d think things would be quiet this week, but that’s far from the case. Falling Rock’s hosting the 10th Annual Fresh Hop Festival, Docktoberfest is back at Dry Dock, Rocky Mountain Oktoberfest hits the Pepsi Center, plus there’s plenty of new releases and a solid Beer Hunter’s Report (Alpine in bottles!).

Here’s the scoop.

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Dry Dock will release their 3rd Signature Series beer of 2015 on Thursday. Double Hazelnut Brown is back and will be available both on tap and in bombers at Dry Dock – North, beginning at 2 PM. Come out and stock the cellar with this delicious Whiskey Barrel-Aged brew. More details on the beer can be found HERE. The Canoe Room at North Dock is located at: 2801 Tower Rd, Aurora, CO 80011.

On Thursday, Station 26 will tap a keg of Summer Brown. Earlier this week, they released the 2015 batch of Oktoberfest – $10 1L steins, $10 refills. Station 26 Brewing Co. is located at: 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO 80207.

  • Pure Hoppiness Tapping, Falling Rock Tap House, Denver, CO, 5:30 PM

Now that the madness of GABF is over, Falling Rock will tap a special keg for us locals. A fresh keg of Alpine’s Pure Hoppiness will hit the lines at 5:30 PM. Come down, get yer hop fix and enjoy a little elbow room as things return to normal. Falling Rock Tap House is located at: 1919 Blake St, Denver, CO.

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

  • Fresh Hop Superpower IPA Release, Comrade Brewing, Denver, CO, Noon

Comrade will release the 2nd batch of Fresh Hop Superpower on Friday at Noon. This batch was made with Oregon hops, flown in the same day they were picked. This 7.2% ABV beauty’s loaded with Cascade, Chinook, Crystal and Nugget hops. Comrade has brought home a GABF Medal with this beer for two consecutive years. Come get your fill on Friday. Here’s the rest of this week’s hop forward menu.

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Comrade Brewing is located at: 7667 E Iliff Ave, Suite F, Denver, CO 80231.

This week, Dry Dock’s releasing Chocolate Pumpkin for Firkin Friday. This is their Half Moon Pumpkin with rich, dark chocolate. This sweet treat taps at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

The inaugural Rocky Mountain Oktoberfest will invade the Prius Lot at the Pepsi Center on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This celebration will combine the tradition and fun of the Munich Oktoberfest with Colorado’s craft beer scene.


Come out and enjoy traditional German music, food – schnitzel, brats, cabbage, etc., a giant corn hole tournament and tons of cold craft brews! Families with kids are welcome, so you’ve got no excuse. Look for beer from Breckenridge, Avery, Left Hand, Oskar Blues, Ska, Prost, Odell and Steamworks, Details and tickets HERE.

Zephyr will host free, live comedy on Friday night. Come out and enjoy some laughs and craft beer. Zephyr Brewing is located at: 1421 26th St, Denver, CO.

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

Casey Brewing and Blending will open their doors on Saturday morning for their monthly release. For bottles to-go, look for:

Fruit Stand – Nectarine (1.2 lbs fruit / gallon) – 2 BTL $20
Casey Family Preserves – Montmorency Cherry (3.1 lbs fruit / gallon) – 3 BTL $28
Casey Family Preserves – Nectarine (2.2 lbs fruit / gallon) – 1 BTL $28

For on-site consumption:

Plum Fruit Stand – Santa Rosa – $7 (Only available for tasting)
Nectarine Fruit Stand – $7
Casey Family Preserve – Montmorency Cherry – $10
Cellar Selection – East Bank Blend 1 (~12 months old) – $8


If you’re making the trip up to Glenwood, two things:

1. Check out Roaring Fork Brewing Company. They’re doing great things and are celebrating Oktoberfest on Saturday. Show them some love.

2. Grab your Casey tickets HERE. No more camping out in the cold during the wee hours. Money goes to charity.

Lastly, have fun and be nice. Casey Brewing and Blending is located at: 3421 Grand Ave, Ste E, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.

The Annual Docktoberfest returns to Dry Dock on Saturday. This year’s Oktoberfest will be tapped at 11 AM, followed by a full day of fun, live music by the Rhinelanders from Noon – 3 PM, cold beer and costumes.

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Don’t miss this. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO.

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Dry Dock Releases Next Signature Series Beer – Double Hazelnut Brown

Dry Dock Brewing, fresh off another medal winning GABF, has announced the release of the 3rd beer in their 2015 Signature Series. Double Hazelnut Brown is a 10% ABV beauty that spent 10 months aging in whiskey barrels. The end result is a decadent beer full of vanilla, oak, caramel and toffee.

The release party will be held at Dry Dock’s North Facility, located on Tower Rd. Look for bottles down at South Dock and local liquor stores beginning on October 5th.

Dry Dock plans to release 6 beers in their 2015 Signature Series. The first two releases, Imperial Stout and Double Vanilla Porter, are still available around town.

Dry Dock Brewing Company Releases 2015 Double Hazelnut Brown Ale

AURORA, CO— Dry Dock Brewing Company will release the Double Hazelnut Brown Ale on Thursday. This full-bodied Double Brown Ale was aged in whiskey barrels for 10 months, imparting notes of vanilla and oak. It has added hazelnut, which creates its earthy, nutty complexity and caramel, toffee-forward aroma. It weighs in at 10 percent ABV with 30 IBUs.

Double Hazelnut Brown Ale will tap at Canoe Room at North Dock at 2801 Tower Road, Aurora, 80011 on Thursday, October 1 at 2pm. It will be available on draft and in bombers at North Dock throughout the weekend. Double Hazelnut Brown Ale will then be available at South Dock and in liquor stores across Colorado next week. Less than 200 cases of this beer will be distributed throughout the state.  Read more »

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Beer Hunter’s Report 09/30/2015

Every week, Scott puts his ear to the bottle, takes to the streets and seeks out all the new brews hitting the better bottle shops around town. You’ll find his Beer Hunter’s Report posted here every Wednesday. Any last-minute additions can be found in Thursday’s Weekend Beer Buzz.

  • Seasonals:
    • Upslope Oktoberfest Lager
    • 4 Noses Pump Action Imperial Pumpkin Ale
    • Epic’s Big Bad Baptist officially releases this week. Get some and stock up for the Winter.
  • Hoppies:
    • Avery Raja DIPA! YES!
    • Alpine is landing in bottles. Confirmed sightings of Duet, Pure Hoppiness and Nelson.
    • Stone Enjoy By 10.31.15 for your freshie fix yo!
  • Other:
    • Dry Dock’s releasing Double Hazelnut Brown at North Dock on Thursday, October 1st at 2 PM. If you’re keeping score at home, this is the 3rd release in Dry Dock’s Signature Series for 2015.
    • Crooked Stave Artisans just won’t quit. This week they’re dropping Omnipollo Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie IPA and Oakshire’s Big Black Jack Imperial Chocolate Pumpkin Porter.
    • Declaration Brewing cans have begun circulating in local liquor stores. Look for Pale Ale, Wheat, Imperial IPA, Scottish and Copper.
    • Boulevard and Cigar City’s Tropical Pale Collab is here in 4-packs.
    • Also look for Deschutes Black Butte XXVI and XXVII.
    • Dogfish Head Higher Math, although this is listed as an October release, keep it in mind.

We’ve got a funny feeling there might be a few more bottles hitting this week. Stay tuned for updates.


By: Scott Steigerwald

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