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Orlando Senator Imperial Stout returns as part of Holiday Art Market on December 9

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:45

(Orlando, FL) – Orlando Brewing will present its 2nd Annual Holiday Art Market from 6-10PM on December 9th, 2017. The event will feature the re-release of the highly requested Senator Imperial Stout, a new taproom art show with Moey Hewitt, live entertainment, Authentic Empanadas, and artisan vendors. With the donation of an approved item or $5 to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, patrons will receive a wristband that entitles them to ‘hoppy hour’ beers for any of the organic microbrewery’s 30+ house drafts.

The Senator Imperial Stout was first released in 2014 as a tribute to what was the oldest cypress tree on the planet. In 2012, as a result of a careless action, the 3500-year-old tree in Longwood Florida was burned to the ground. Our commemorative beer will be poured via a tap handle hand carved from the tree’s cypress wood. The Senator Stout was brewed with 1,100 pounds of malt and oats toasted in house and the Senator Imperial Stout will deliver dark, roasty, robust flavor.

The 2nd Annual Holiday Art Market is a dog and family-friendly event. We will have a free brewery tour at 6PM and live music from 6-10PM.

About Orlando Brewing:

Orlando Brewing’s taproom is an oasis for locals & visiting beer lovers. Just two turns off the Kaley exit on I4, we are nestled in Orlando’s industrial district. We carry 25 of our own organic beers on draft, alongside cider, wine & craft soda. We do have snacks if you need more than liquid bread to sustain you, but we do not have a kitchen as brewing is our business. We have menus from area restaurants that deliver to Orlando Brewing and patrons are always welcome to bring in their own food.

Know what else you can bring? Your kids and your dog! We have free, local, original music every Friday and Saturday night. We also have darts, board games, life-sized Jenga and friendly knowledgeable bartenders to keep you entertained.

Free Brewery Tours: Monday – Saturday @ 6PM

Live Music: Friday & Saturday 9PM-12AM 2nd Sunday 4PM-7PM

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Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales DREAMLAND bottles now available

BeerPulse - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:34

(Denver, CO) – Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales is excited to announce that bottles of DREAMLAND, our spontaneous solera golden sour, will be available for purchase from the taproom every weekend to-go (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). There is a limited allotment of cases for each day and a limit of 2 bottles per person.

DREAMLAND was born from the coolship into two wine barrels. After 6+ months of development, we added both barrels to our first solera vessel and slowly filled it with wort as fermentation hit key stages of progression. An additional 4-5 months later and we finally release each batch from this solera. This progression started in 2015, that means that every batch that we keg or bottle, is a collection of over two years of blended beer, including the original batch. We now have five stainless steel soleras that are dedicated to the production of DREAMLAND. This allows us to keep this beer on tap consistently and create other beers from the base beer.

While we enjoy the fun of having folks come out for a one-day release, our releases have been getting steadily larger and the line longer. This strains our relationship with our neighbors, and even more critically, it impedes our ability to move everyone through checkout in a timely fashion. So, going forward, we will have two formats for bottle releases:

-Bottles allocated for sale out of the taproom weekly, with a set daily allotment and per person limits

Beer Styles-Lottery and online sales out of the taproom with set per person limits and designated pickup windows

*NOTE* -These two new systems may be combined for special releases, where bottles are available for to-go with limited daily allocations as well as online through a lottery system. Our hope is that locals that are unable to wait in line on Saturday’s, can get bottles to-go, as well as customers that are traveling to Denver.

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Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales DREAMLAND bottles now available

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:34

(Denver, CO) – Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales is excited to announce that bottles of DREAMLAND, our spontaneous solera golden sour, will be available for purchase from the taproom every weekend to-go (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). There is a limited allotment of cases for each day and a limit of 2 bottles per person.

DREAMLAND was born from the coolship into two wine barrels. After 6+ months of development, we added both barrels to our first solera vessel and slowly filled it with wort as fermentation hit key stages of progression. An additional 4-5 months later and we finally release each batch from this solera. This progression started in 2015, that means that every batch that we keg or bottle, is a collection of over two years of blended beer, including the original batch. We now have five stainless steel soleras that are dedicated to the production of DREAMLAND. This allows us to keep this beer on tap consistently and create other beers from the base beer.

While we enjoy the fun of having folks come out for a one-day release, our releases have been getting steadily larger and the line longer. This strains our relationship with our neighbors, and even more critically, it impedes our ability to move everyone through checkout in a timely fashion. So, going forward, we will have two formats for bottle releases:

-Bottles allocated for sale out of the taproom weekly, with a set daily allotment and per person limits

Beer Styles-Lottery and online sales out of the taproom with set per person limits and designated pickup windows

*NOTE* -These two new systems may be combined for special releases, where bottles are available for to-go with limited daily allocations as well as online through a lottery system. Our hope is that locals that are unable to wait in line on Saturday’s, can get bottles to-go, as well as customers that are traveling to Denver.

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ThermoWorks Long Stem (24″) Digital Thermometer – $29, Save $20 + Buy More Save More Sale

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:30
24″ Long Stem Digital Thermometer manufactured by ThermoWorks, creators of the much lauded Thermapen. As of this posting, the 44″ is marked down $20 to $29 while the 12″ is marked down $14 to $25.  Check each product page for up to the minute price and availability. 24″ is long enough for most mash tuns to check […]
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Wit’s End Brewing taps Moving Day at Strange Craft on Friday, December 1

BeerPulse - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:11

(Denver, CO) — For every (Wit’s) end, there is a (Strange) new beginning.

Saturday, November 25 was Wit’s End Brewing’s last day in business at its location on West 2nd Avenue, Unit 13, 80219.

On December 1, Strange Craft and Wit’s End Brewing Company will tap their collaboration Moving Day, an Imperial Session Belgian Pale Ale, to commemorate the combining of their brewhouses and tasting rooms.

Moving Day was brewed with oats, wheat, honey, married with Hallertauer Herbrucker and Denali hops, and fermented with a blend of the two brewery’s respective yeast strains. It rings in at 5.5 percent ABV, slightly higher in alcohol than a traditional Belgian Pale, hence its Imperial Session title.

This beer is a bittersweet celebration of Wit’s End and a Strange Craft’s new venture. “Oats and wheat are Wit’s End and Strange’s adjuncts of choice,” says Wit’s End Founder Scott Witsoe. “We added honey for a sweet counter to the soft herbal bitterness of Hallertauer Herbrucker and Denali hops— for the old and the new… see what we did there?”

Moving Day will tap at the Strange Craft – Wit’s End Brewing co-tasting room on Zuni Street on December 1 when it opens for business at noon. It will only be available on draft and in Crowlers to-go. Crowlers of Strange and Wit’s End beers will be available at the co-tasting room beginning December 1.

If you would like more information about Moving Day or Strange Craft and Wit’s End Brewing’s co-habitation contact Emily Hutto at coop@radcraftbeer.com.

ABOUT STRANGE CRAFT BEER COMPANY

When Strange Craft Beer Co. opened south of Denver’s Mile High Stadium in May 2010, it was the first nanobrewery in the city brewing one barrel of beer at a time. Strange has since become a destination spot for Colorado beer drinkers, and taken home two Great American Beer Festival® medals and two World Beer Cup® awards. Visit the brewery online at strangecraft.com.

ABOUT WIT’S END BREWING COMPANY

At the dawn of the fourth wave of craft beer, Wit’s End opened its original nanobrewery in 2011 and hasn’t looked back since. Through the years Wit’s End has added some hardware on the walls including GABF® and World Beer Cup® awards, a new 7 BBL Brewhouse, and more amazing memories than it could ever hope to share. It will remain an artisanal Denver brewery that continues to be fueled by dreams and inspired by the limitless potential of craft beer… join Wit’s End on the journey! witsendbrewing.com

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Wit’s End Brewing taps Moving Day at Strange Craft on Friday, December 1

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 10:11

(Denver, CO) — For every (Wit’s) end, there is a (Strange) new beginning.

Saturday, November 25 was Wit’s End Brewing’s last day in business at its location on West 2nd Avenue, Unit 13, 80219.

On December 1, Strange Craft and Wit’s End Brewing Company will tap their collaboration Moving Day, an Imperial Session Belgian Pale Ale, to commemorate the combining of their brewhouses and tasting rooms.

Moving Day was brewed with oats, wheat, honey, married with Hallertauer Herbrucker and Denali hops, and fermented with a blend of the two brewery’s respective yeast strains. It rings in at 5.5 percent ABV, slightly higher in alcohol than a traditional Belgian Pale, hence its Imperial Session title.

This beer is a bittersweet celebration of Wit’s End and a Strange Craft’s new venture. “Oats and wheat are Wit’s End and Strange’s adjuncts of choice,” says Wit’s End Founder Scott Witsoe. “We added honey for a sweet counter to the soft herbal bitterness of Hallertauer Herbrucker and Denali hops— for the old and the new… see what we did there?”

Moving Day will tap at the Strange Craft – Wit’s End Brewing co-tasting room on Zuni Street on December 1 when it opens for business at noon. It will only be available on draft and in Crowlers to-go. Crowlers of Strange and Wit’s End beers will be available at the co-tasting room beginning December 1.

If you would like more information about Moving Day or Strange Craft and Wit’s End Brewing’s co-habitation contact Emily Hutto at coop@radcraftbeer.com.

ABOUT STRANGE CRAFT BEER COMPANY

When Strange Craft Beer Co. opened south of Denver’s Mile High Stadium in May 2010, it was the first nanobrewery in the city brewing one barrel of beer at a time. Strange has since become a destination spot for Colorado beer drinkers, and taken home two Great American Beer Festival® medals and two World Beer Cup® awards. Visit the brewery online at strangecraft.com.

ABOUT WIT’S END BREWING COMPANY

At the dawn of the fourth wave of craft beer, Wit’s End opened its original nanobrewery in 2011 and hasn’t looked back since. Through the years Wit’s End has added some hardware on the walls including GABF® and World Beer Cup® awards, a new 7 BBL Brewhouse, and more amazing memories than it could ever hope to share. It will remain an artisanal Denver brewery that continues to be fueled by dreams and inspired by the limitless potential of craft beer… join Wit’s End on the journey! witsendbrewing.com

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Uinta Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA added to year-round lineup

BeerPulse - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 09:47

(Salt Lake City, UT) – The latest year-round release for Uinta Brewing Company bears a name familiar to most IPA lovers. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA features an immediate aromatic burst of fresh squeezed white grapefruit, complemented by the bold, hop-forward character symbolic of the Hop Nosh line. A trio of citrus-forward hops including Mosaic, Simcoe, and Centennial provide additional complexity and ample bitterness for this highly drinkable 7.3% ABV beer. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA joins original Hop Nosh and Tangerine Hop Nosh, the latter of which was first introduced last year and quickly became a fan favorite for the Utah brewery.

“We spent a great deal of time perfecting the recipe for this release,” said Jeremy Ragonese, Uinta’s Chief Marketing Officer. “IPA drinkers are demanding, and there are many exceptional flavored IPA’s already in the market—this beer had to live up to the reputation of the Hop Nosh family. Our brewers did an exceptional job in balancing high drinkability with exceptional flavor, which can be challenging in higher IBU beer.”

In addition to the new flavor, all Hop Nosh packaging will soon be featuring updated graphics, reflecting an ongoing effort to increase visibility and purchase interest for all Uinta brands. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA is currently shipping to all Uinta wholesalers, and will be available year-round in draft and both 12oz. bottles and cans.

About Uinta Brewing Company

Uinta Brewing Company began its journey in 1993 in Salt Lake City, UT. Named after the only major east-west running mountain range located in the continental U.S., Uinta has earned a reputation for crafting exceptional, award-winning beers in a wide variety of styles and flavors. Throughout the brewery’s history, Uinta has been a leader in the use of renewable energy, becoming the first Utah company to rely solely on wind power as early as 2001. Today, Uinta is a Top 50 U.S. craft brewery, with distribution in 45 states. For more information, visit uintabrewing.com.

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Uinta Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA added to year-round lineup

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 09:47

(Salt Lake City, UT) – The latest year-round release for Uinta Brewing Company bears a name familiar to most IPA lovers. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA features an immediate aromatic burst of fresh squeezed white grapefruit, complemented by the bold, hop-forward character symbolic of the Hop Nosh line. A trio of citrus-forward hops including Mosaic, Simcoe, and Centennial provide additional complexity and ample bitterness for this highly drinkable 7.3% ABV beer. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA joins original Hop Nosh and Tangerine Hop Nosh, the latter of which was first introduced last year and quickly became a fan favorite for the Utah brewery.

“We spent a great deal of time perfecting the recipe for this release,” said Jeremy Ragonese, Uinta’s Chief Marketing Officer. “IPA drinkers are demanding, and there are many exceptional flavored IPA’s already in the market—this beer had to live up to the reputation of the Hop Nosh family. Our brewers did an exceptional job in balancing high drinkability with exceptional flavor, which can be challenging in higher IBU beer.”

In addition to the new flavor, all Hop Nosh packaging will soon be featuring updated graphics, reflecting an ongoing effort to increase visibility and purchase interest for all Uinta brands. Grapefruit Hop Nosh IPA is currently shipping to all Uinta wholesalers, and will be available year-round in draft and both 12oz. bottles and cans.

About Uinta Brewing Company

Uinta Brewing Company began its journey in 1993 in Salt Lake City, UT. Named after the only major east-west running mountain range located in the continental U.S., Uinta has earned a reputation for crafting exceptional, award-winning beers in a wide variety of styles and flavors. Throughout the brewery’s history, Uinta has been a leader in the use of renewable energy, becoming the first Utah company to rely solely on wind power as early as 2001. Today, Uinta is a Top 50 U.S. craft brewery, with distribution in 45 states. For more information, visit uintabrewing.com.

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8 lbs PBW – $42.99 – stacks w/12 Deals of Christmas

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 09:20
PBW (Powdered Brewery Wash) buffered alkaline brewery cleaner. My cleaner of choice! Since MoreBeer’s cart accepts multiple promo codes you can get in on the Deal of the Day (while supplies last) and their 12 Deals of Christmas Sale on the same order. Product Description – Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount. Cleaner – PBW (8 […]
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“Grill Beast” Digital Thermometer – $9.97!

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 08:50
Digital Meat Thermometer,  Instant Read (4 to 6 seconds). LCD display.  Stainless Steel Casing & Probe,  Waterproof and shatterproof.  Range -40° to 450°F (-40° to 230°C).  Can be re-calibrated.  10 minute auto shutoff to save battery.  Temperature recall and hold capabilities. Use to read temperatures on brew day and beyond. 12/1/17 10:30 AM Central: This highly […]
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AmScope 1000x Microscope -$52.80 on Lightning Deals

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 08:30
M100C-LED Compound Monocular Microscope by Amscope FIVE Magnification Powers Up to 1000x 45 degree Inclined 360 degree Rotatale Monocular Head Single Lens Condenser with Disc Diaphragm Metal Framework and Built-in LED Illumination Use to count yeast and aid in the process of banking and propagating yeast for your homebrew.  At up to 1000x magnification you’ve got […]
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MoreBeer’s 12 Deals of Christmas Sale Is On!

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:27
MoreBeer’s 12 Deals of Christmas Sale is on!  From MoreBeer: “Our 12 Deals of Christmas sale is back, which means 12 straight days of savings! Every morning around 9:00am PST, we’ll be posting a new product or product line that will be on sale for that entire day. The next morning, we’ll switch the product(s), […]
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One Pound Citra Hops Pellets – $23.34 + Free Prime Ship via Amazon

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:15
 1 lb Bag of Citra Hops About Citra: Aroma – strong citrus and tropical tones of grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passionfruit and lychee.  Typical beer styles – IPA, Imperial IPA, Pale Ale. 12/1/17 8:45 AM Central: These are selling for $23.34. That’s the best historical direct from Amazon price I found. Shipping to most US addresses […]
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Light Up Your Home Brewery – 4,000 Lumen LED Workshop Lights – 8% off instant coupon

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:00
Hyperikon LED Utility Shop Light, 4FT Integrated Linkable Double-Fixture, 38W (100W Eq) 4000 Lumens, 4000K (Daylight Glow) DLC 4.1 Qualified, Pull Chain Switch, Workshop Garage Basement – Pack of 4 My home-brewery or most of my home-brewery is in my basement.  It’s in a good sized utility room that was drastically underlit for home brewing […]
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Hangar 24 Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout on deck in Special Release Series lineup

BeerPulse - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:00

Dark, sweet Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout joins Hangar 24’s Special Release lineup

(Redlands, CA) – Dark, roasted and with the right amount of sweetness is the ideal way to describe our new Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout, Hangar 24 Craft Brewing’s latest addition to the Special Release Series lineup. Infused with cold brew coffee from our friends at Augie’s Coffee in Redlands, the roasted flavor comes from both coffee beans and chocolate malt. Add milk sugar for a smooth finish and Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout could become your new favorite beverage while sitting by the fire in a cozy chair, warm blanket on your lap while reading a book.

Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout will make its first appearance Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Redlands Taproom, and Wednesday, Dec. 13 at the Lake Havasu Brewery & Grill. It is scheduled to hit the shelves of fine craft beer retailers on Monday, Dec. 11.

Our sense of adventure has roots in the Eastern Sierras, where hiking, camping, skiing, fishing, or just enjoying the beauty of nature, rule the day. Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout is a perfect way to wind down from active exploration. At a low 40 IBUs, this beer is more about the rich malt and subtle sweetness rather than hop bitterness. And at 5.6 ABV, it strikes a middle ground to warm your heart and fill you with cheer. It comes in draft pours and 22-ounce bottles.

Hangar 24’s Special Release Series now has an ideal winter compliment to a lineup that included a wide variety of styles in 2017. Orange Wedge Double IPA, Highway 111 Lime Gose, Cherry Harbor Sour Wheat Ale and Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout all made their Special Release Series debut this year. And Apricot Flats arrived with a new name. They joined the standout Double Betty IPA in the group.

If you are looking for a beverage to cap off those winter evenings and holiday gatherings in style, look no further than Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout.

About Hangar 24 Craft Brewery

Hangar 24 is an independently owned craft brewery with locations in Redlands and Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The company produces a diverse award-winning line of beers ranging from the best-selling Orange Wheat to the exclusive barrel-aged Barrel Roll Series, including the renowned Pugachev’s Cobra. H24 beers are distributed throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. Visit hangar24brewery.com, or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Hangar 24 Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout on deck in Special Release Series lineup

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:00

Dark, sweet Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout joins Hangar 24’s Special Release lineup

(Redlands, CA) – Dark, roasted and with the right amount of sweetness is the ideal way to describe our new Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout, Hangar 24 Craft Brewing’s latest addition to the Special Release Series lineup. Infused with cold brew coffee from our friends at Augie’s Coffee in Redlands, the roasted flavor comes from both coffee beans and chocolate malt. Add milk sugar for a smooth finish and Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout could become your new favorite beverage while sitting by the fire in a cozy chair, warm blanket on your lap while reading a book.

Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout will make its first appearance Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Redlands Taproom, and Wednesday, Dec. 13 at the Lake Havasu Brewery & Grill. It is scheduled to hit the shelves of fine craft beer retailers on Monday, Dec. 11.

Our sense of adventure has roots in the Eastern Sierras, where hiking, camping, skiing, fishing, or just enjoying the beauty of nature, rule the day. Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout is a perfect way to wind down from active exploration. At a low 40 IBUs, this beer is more about the rich malt and subtle sweetness rather than hop bitterness. And at 5.6 ABV, it strikes a middle ground to warm your heart and fill you with cheer. It comes in draft pours and 22-ounce bottles.

Hangar 24’s Special Release Series now has an ideal winter compliment to a lineup that included a wide variety of styles in 2017. Orange Wedge Double IPA, Highway 111 Lime Gose, Cherry Harbor Sour Wheat Ale and Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout all made their Special Release Series debut this year. And Apricot Flats arrived with a new name. They joined the standout Double Betty IPA in the group.

If you are looking for a beverage to cap off those winter evenings and holiday gatherings in style, look no further than Sierra Ground Coffee Milk Stout.

About Hangar 24 Craft Brewery

Hangar 24 is an independently owned craft brewery with locations in Redlands and Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The company produces a diverse award-winning line of beers ranging from the best-selling Orange Wheat to the exclusive barrel-aged Barrel Roll Series, including the renowned Pugachev’s Cobra. H24 beers are distributed throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. Visit hangar24brewery.com, or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Bhramari Brewing Co. announces December beer release calendar, Low Earth details

BeerPulse - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 06:43

(Asheville, NC) – Bhramari Brewing Company announced its upcoming beer release schedule. More below…

Our non-profit partner for the month is Helpmate. $1 from every pint of Lorelai will be donated for the entire month of December.

Beer Releases:
Dec 2nd: Hop & Lock- NE DIPA w/ Mosaic, Vic Secret, & El Dorado (Press Release & Art attached)

Dec 5th: Awkward 3 Way- Nut Brown w/ Pine State Coffee & Vanilla. Brewed for Drink Drank Drunk’s 3rd Anniversary.

Dec 8th: Written in Blood- Return of our Port Barrel aged Quadrupel w/ Sangria Fruit

Dec 8th: Bumblestick- Return of our Toasted Cinnamon Nut Brown Ale

Dec 8th: And So it Gose. . . Collaboration w/ New Sarum Brewing. Imperial Gose w/ foraged Prickly Pear, Outer Banks Sea Salt, Rayburn Farm Hibiscus, & all NC Riverbend Malt

Dec 10th: Plow to Pint Brew off-Pineapple Sage Berlinerweisse

Dec 15th: Low Earth- Bottle & Draft Taproom Release (Press Release & Art Attached)

There are some things even shadows fear. Deep below the earth’s crust, where dark is at its darkest, lies magic so old that even the years have forgotten its name, until now… Low Earth is an Imperial Belgian Porter w/ Coffee & Lavender, a beguiling brew of hidden dark magic that is sure to blacken your soul with the first sip. Made to pair perfectly with the music of Asheville’s own Low Earth, we are hosting a night of celebration for its release!

Low Earth & Onj will play a set in the dining room while our collaboration will pour on nitro. 500ml bottles will be for sale in the taproom December 15th starting at 8pm. Limited distro to follow.

Dec 20th: OG Purp- Return of our Saison w/ Rayburn Farm Purple Carrot & Meyer Lemon

Bhramari Brewing Co. was founded in Asheville, NC in 2016. Culinary inspired, locally and globally infused, and experimental at its heart – we at Bhramari Brewing Co. want to always create what inspires us so that you might be inspired as well. Find balance, find whimsy, and discover something completely new in every sip of a Bhramari brew! Visit bhramaribrewing.com.

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Bhramari Brewing Co. announces December beer release calendar, Low Earth details

BeerNews.org - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 06:43

(Asheville, NC) – Bhramari Brewing Company announced its upcoming beer release schedule. More below…

Our non-profit partner for the month is Helpmate. $1 from every pint of Lorelai will be donated for the entire month of December.

Beer Releases:
Dec 2nd: Hop & Lock- NE DIPA w/ Mosaic, Vic Secret, & El Dorado (Press Release & Art attached)

Dec 5th: Awkward 3 Way- Nut Brown w/ Pine State Coffee & Vanilla. Brewed for Drink Drank Drunk’s 3rd Anniversary.

Dec 8th: Written in Blood- Return of our Port Barrel aged Quadrupel w/ Sangria Fruit

Dec 8th: Bumblestick- Return of our Toasted Cinnamon Nut Brown Ale

Dec 8th: And So it Gose. . . Collaboration w/ New Sarum Brewing. Imperial Gose w/ foraged Prickly Pear, Outer Banks Sea Salt, Rayburn Farm Hibiscus, & all NC Riverbend Malt

Dec 10th: Plow to Pint Brew off-Pineapple Sage Berlinerweisse

Dec 15th: Low Earth- Bottle & Draft Taproom Release (Press Release & Art Attached)

There are some things even shadows fear. Deep below the earth’s crust, where dark is at its darkest, lies magic so old that even the years have forgotten its name, until now… Low Earth is an Imperial Belgian Porter w/ Coffee & Lavender, a beguiling brew of hidden dark magic that is sure to blacken your soul with the first sip. Made to pair perfectly with the music of Asheville’s own Low Earth, we are hosting a night of celebration for its release!

Low Earth & Onj will play a set in the dining room while our collaboration will pour on nitro. 500ml bottles will be for sale in the taproom December 15th starting at 8pm. Limited distro to follow.

Dec 20th: OG Purp- Return of our Saison w/ Rayburn Farm Purple Carrot & Meyer Lemon

Bhramari Brewing Co. was founded in Asheville, NC in 2016. Culinary inspired, locally and globally infused, and experimental at its heart – we at Bhramari Brewing Co. want to always create what inspires us so that you might be inspired as well. Find balance, find whimsy, and discover something completely new in every sip of a Bhramari brew! Visit bhramaribrewing.com.

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Ball Lock Kegging System – $121.99 + Flat Rate Shipping

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 06:00
5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegging System from Adventures in Homebrewing.  Includes a used ball lock keg, new keg o-rings, Taprite dual gauge regulator, all required tubing disconnects and a faucet.  Pick up a good used CO2 tank locally and you’re up and going. You Get: TapRite T-Handle dual gauge regulator Used 5 gallon ball lock […]
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32 Quart [8 Gallon] Kettle & False Bottom – $21.47

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 12/01/2017 - 05:00
IMUSA USA MEXICANA-34 Aluminum Tamale and Steamer Pot 32-Quart, Silver Made of Aluminum Removable Steamer Insert Can be used as a Stock pot without insert Heavy duty, durable and easy to use This has a steamer insert/false bottom that could prove handy for Brew in a Bag/BIAB style brews. 12/1/17 7 AM Central: This is […]
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