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Seattle Cider Company celebrates record growth as third anniversary approaches

BeerNews.org - Wed, 08/17/2016 - 06:58

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Join Seattle Cider Company on August 27 as it celebrates three successful years in business with a tap lineup full of limited and newly released ciders

(Seattle, WA) – Wrapping up what will be its biggest year yet, Seattle Cider Company is excited to celebrate its third anniversary on Saturday, August 27 at its Seattle tasting room. Now available in 12 states, the rapidly expanding cidery has seen growth of 71 percent over last year, with no signs of slowing down. New states, an expanded facility and the introduction of a seasonal to the growing cidery’s iconic can lineup have catapulted Seattle Cider Company through its third year. To celebrate, Seattle Cider Company invites cider lovers to celebrate with them on August 27 as they dig into their cellar for a tap lineup unlike any other.

“This has been one wild ride,” said Joel VandenBrink, founder of Seattle Cider Company. “We had no idea what we were starting when we launched three years ago. Seeing the movement that is dry craft cider take off and thrive – as well as the opportunity to be such a big part of it – has been a dream come true. ”

Seattle Cider Company launched in August 2013 as Seattle’s first cidery since Prohibition. Producing 200,000 gallons in its first year of business, Seattle Cider Company’s volume jumped to 378,000 gallons in 2015, just a year and a half after opening. This year, the growing cidery is projecting sales of nearly 650,000 gallons (21,000 barrels). With big plans for five additional states in the next year, Seattle Cider Company is also in the midst of planning yet another capitol expansion, bringing their capacity to more than 1 million gallons by the spring of 2017.

Join the team from Seattle Cider Company on Saturday, August 27 at The Woods tasting room from 1-7pm as they celebrate an exciting year and start looking forward to the next. A very special tap lineup for the day includes more than 18 ciders, offering everything from year round favorites and seasonals to barrel aged ciders and special releases (find the full list at seattlecidercompany.com). The first 300 people through the door will receive a free Seattle Cider Company poster. Giveaways and games will be complemented by food available for purchase from Bread & Circuses, located within the tasting room.

Focusing on uniquely dry, craft ciders made with real ingredients, Seattle Cider Company’s products have successfully bridged the gap between beer and wine, offering up delicious staples and adventurous seasonals. All of the cidery’s offerings break the mold of overly sweet cider, bringing the natural flavors of Washington apples to the forefront. Naturally gluten free and made from a custom blend of 100 percent fresh pressed Washington apples, Seattle Cider Company products are handcrafted with real ingredients, never from concentrate and free from artificial flavorings.

Find Seattle Cider products in stores and on tap throughout Washington, Oregon, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Alaska, California, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, Denver and Austin, with growing list of locations available at seattlecidercompany.com . Tastings, pints and packaged products are also available at The Woods tasting room in SoDo, which shares the space with Two Beers Brewing Co. For more information, follow Seattle Cider Company on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram (@seattleciderco).

About Seattle Cider Company®
Not your standard cider. Seattle Cider Company is city’s first cidery since Prohibition, bringing true craft cider back to Seattle and across the country. Bridging the gap between wine and beer with flavorful, small-batch cider, Seattle Cider Company’s year round and seasonal offerings break the mold of overly sweet cider, bringing the natural flavors of Washington apples to the forefront. Naturally gluten free and made from a custom blend of fresh pressed, locally grown apples, Seattle Cider Company’s products are handcrafted with all natural ingredients and never from concentrate. Seattle Cider products are currently available throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Illinois, Austin, Wisconsin, California, Minnesota, Nevada, Missouri and Colorado. Visit our tasting room, The Woods, open weekly Tuesday – Sunday at 4660 Ohio Ave. S. in Seattle. For more information, visit seattlecidercompany.com , or follow Seattle Cider Company on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram (@seattleciderco).

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Chugger Inline Pump with SS Head – Back at $139.97 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 08/17/2016 - 06:35
Chugger Inline Pump with Stainless Steel Pump Head.  Made specifically for brewers.  1/2″ MPT inlet and outlet.  316 Stainless Steel front housing.  Max flow 7 Gallons Per Minutes.  25% more powerful motor 1/20 hp vs 1/25 hp when compared to other homebrew pumps.  Stainless steel means no plastic threads to easily strip out. I use […]
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Stainless Steel Worm Gear Clamps, 10 Pack – $3.85

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 08/17/2016 - 06:00
Pack of 10 Stainless Steel Worm Gear Hose Clamps by Precision Band.  Band width 5/16″.  Slotted, 5/16” hex-head screw for adjustment.  Maximum diameter 7/8″. 8/17/16 8 AM Central: This 10 pack of highly rated SS clamps is selling for $3.85. Shipping is also free with Prime Membership or a qualifying order. Check the product page for up to the […]
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10 Replacement Keg Lid Feet – $3.83 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 08/17/2016 - 05:00
10 replacement keg lid feet for $2.84 with 99 cent shipping Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | 5 Recent Keg Finds 10 pcs Brand new Cornelius or Firestone Kegs Lid Feet Replacement home brew – $2.84 + 99 Cents Shipping
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Beer In Ads #2004: The Ideal Of Pilsner Beer

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 23:25
Tuesday’s ad is for Carlsberg, from 1990. although it’s meant to look as if it was from closer to 1900. It shows an idyllic outdoor cafe scene of a well-dressed couple ordering beer, specifically Carlsberg Pilsner, which apparently is “the ideal of pilsner beer.” The post...

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Historic Beer Birthday: Johan Kjeldahl

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 23:03
Today is the birthday of Johan Gustav Christoffer Thorsager Kjeldahl (August 16, 1849-July 18, 1900) He was a Danish chemist who developed a method for determining the amount of nitrogen in certain organic compounds using a laboratory technique which was named the Kjeldahl method after him....

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Historic Beer Birthday: Emile A.H. Seipgens

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 22:25
Today is the birthday of Emile Anton Hubert Seipgens (August 16, 1837-June 25, 1896). Seipgens was born in Roermond, the Netherlands. He was the son of a brewer, and after school and some failed jobs, joined his father at the brewery in 1856. By 1859, he was running the brewery along with his...

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Beer Birthday: John Pinkerton

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 20:22
Today is also the 47th birthday of John Pinkerton, founder and brewmaster of Moon River Brewing in Savannah, Georgia. John is also involved in Beer America TV. He also brews some terrific beers and is great fun to drink a beer or three with. Join me in wishing John a very happy birthday. At All...

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Up to 35% Off at Home Brew Supply… No Exclusions*

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 20:00
Home Brew Supply has a tiered sale going on.  $7 off $75 (code APPLE1), $20 off $150 (code APPLE2) and $35 off $250 (code APPLE3). Normally site wide sales have a few exclusions, (rhymes with Blichmann) and usually some of the newer gear.  I checked a couple of those items and this sale seems to […]
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Vittles Vault II – Airtight Grain Storage – $21.20

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 19:21
Vittles Vault Home 40.  Airtight seal.  Clear base.  Easy access opening.  Lid spins on and off.  Made of FDA approved food grade plastic.  BPA free. These are designed to hold pet food, but they work great for grain storage.  The 40 lb rating is for pet food.  This should hold around 50 lbs of grain […]
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Triple Scale Hydrometer – $6.41 + Free Prime Ship

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 19:00
Triple Scale Hydrometer.  Specific gravity, potential alcohol and Brix/Balling.  Measures 10.4 inches in length.  Comes with a protective plastic case. 8/16/16 9 PM Central: This is selling for $6.41.  That’s the best historical third party Amazon price I found. Shipping is also free with Prime Membership or a qualifying order. Check the product page for up to the […]
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Oktoberfest Kits – from $20 & 70+ Sale Items

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 18:00
As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing has put Oktoberfest recipe kits on sale.  The all grain version is $20 and the extract version is $25.  Check the product pages for up to the minute price and availability. Oktoberfest Kits – from $20 Also… AIH currently has over 70 Items on sale including kegs, grain […]
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Beer Birthday: Dann Paquette

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 17:48
Today is the 48th birthday of Dann Paquette, who along with his wife Martha Holley-Paquette, founded the Pretty Things Beer and Ale Project. It’s a fairly unique idea. They don’t own a brewery but they don’t contract brew either. They rent the brewery and Dann does all the work...

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Charles Bukowski’s “Beer”

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 17:19
Today is the birthday of American poet, novelist, and short story writer Charles Bukowski (August 16, 1920-March 9, 1994). Bukowski was a hard-living individual, as well as a hard drinker. Wikipedia gives a summary of his life, albeit a very brief one. His writing was influenced by the social,...

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Patent No. 767658A: Tapping Apparatus

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 16:52
Today in 1904, US Patent 767658 A was issued, an invention of Frederick Pentlarge and John H. Vehr, assigned to the US Bung Manufacturing Company, for their “Tapping Apparatus.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes these claims: Our improvements relate to...

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Saint Archer Brewing Company beers now available in Las Vegas, Nevada

BeerNews.org - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:52

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(San Diego, CA) – Saint Archer Brewing Company is proud to announce the expansion of its line of craft beers to Las Vegas, Nevada. Starting August 15th, the brand’s core and specialty beers will be available in 6-pack cans, draft and 22-ounce bottles throughout the state of Nevada.

“For the past three years Saint Archer has solely focused on the state of California. Every time we’ve wanted to expand outside of our home market, we’ve been constrained by capacity. After our most recent brewery expansion we can now produce upwards of 65,000 barrels,” explained Josh Landan, president and founder of Saint Archer.

“Las Vegas is the first of many markets we’re looking to launch in the next 18 months. It makes sense as it’s close to home and we have a very motivated distributor partner in Breakthru Beverage,” added Landan.

“It was clear that Breakthru’s commitment to delivering fresh beer and customer service was at the forefront of their entire operation. That ethos is going to ensure that our fans will be able to enjoy Saint Archer in Las Vegas and have it taste the way it does here in San Diego,” explains Matt Wilson, Saint Archer director of sales. “Having such an impactful launch in Reno, Nevada earlier this year, we feel that we’re going to have a lot of success in the Vegas market.”

Our award-winning line of craft beers, including a Blonde/Kolsch-style Ale, an American Pale Ale, an IPA, Hoppy Pilsner and a unique Belgian White Ale have won the hearts of beer drinkers everywhere earning multiple awards; including 3 medals at the World Class San Diego International Beer Festival, plus a GOLD medal at the Great American Beer Festival for the White Ale. We are excited to now be sending our beer to Las Vegas.

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Saint Archer Brewing Company beers now available in Las Vegas, Nevada

BeerPulse - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:52

[Press Release:]

(San Diego, CA) – Saint Archer Brewing Company is proud to announce the expansion of its line of craft beers to Las Vegas, Nevada. Starting August 15th, the brand’s core and specialty beers will be available in 6-pack cans, draft and 22-ounce bottles throughout the state of Nevada.

“For the past three years Saint Archer has solely focused on the state of California. Every time we’ve wanted to expand outside of our home market, we’ve been constrained by capacity. After our most recent brewery expansion we can now produce upwards of 65,000 barrels,” explained Josh Landan, president and founder of Saint Archer.

“Las Vegas is the first of many markets we’re looking to launch in the next 18 months. It makes sense as it’s close to home and we have a very motivated distributor partner in Breakthru Beverage,” added Landan.

“It was clear that Breakthru’s commitment to delivering fresh beer and customer service was at the forefront of their entire operation. That ethos is going to ensure that our fans will be able to enjoy Saint Archer in Las Vegas and have it taste the way it does here in San Diego,” explains Matt Wilson, Saint Archer director of sales. “Having such an impactful launch in Reno, Nevada earlier this year, we feel that we’re going to have a lot of success in the Vegas market.”

Our award-winning line of craft beers, including a Blonde/Kolsch-style Ale, an American Pale Ale, an IPA, Hoppy Pilsner and a unique Belgian White Ale have won the hearts of beer drinkers everywhere earning multiple awards; including 3 medals at the World Class San Diego International Beer Festival, plus a GOLD medal at the Great American Beer Festival for the White Ale. We are excited to now be sending our beer to Las Vegas.

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Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer makes debut as classic is re-imagined

BeerPulse - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:31

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San Francisco, CA (August 15, 2016) – Anchor Brewing Company announces the debut of Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer™, a limited release inspired by Anchor Steam® Beer, the original California Common. San Francisco’s famous Anchor Steam® Beer is unique for its brewing process which has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world. To give this classic beer a radically traditional twist, Brewmaster Scott Ungermann created Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer. Made with its own special recipe, the brew is dry-hopped with a blend of new and traditional hops. The result weds the rich maltiness of Anchor Steam with an alluring fragrant hoppiness of Anchor’s ales.

“Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer is both a historical nod to our roots and a cutting edge, modern beer,” said Brewmaster Scott Ungermann. “We took our most popular, classic beer and gave it a contemporary twist by introducing a lighter body and an elevated, dynamic hop profile using new and classic hop varieties. The result is a California Common with a unique hop bitterness balanced by a light malty sweetness.”

California Commons are a unique American style of beer created by fermenting lager yeast at warmer temperatures similar to ales. This creates a hybrid between the two beer styles, though lager yeast is always used. Anchor Steam® Beer (4.9% ABV) is the original California Common made in San Francisco since 1896.

The original Anchor Steam Beer has rich caramel malt flavors balanced by an herbal hop spiciness. Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer, on the other hand, has flavors of light malty sweetness with distinct aromas of citrus and stone fruit, and a lingering, bitter hop finish. Brilliant amber in color with a tight, tan head, Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer is moderately full in body, smooth and velvety. Dry-hopping since 1975, Anchor was the first craft brewery in modern times to revive this century old brewing method in America. The same radically traditional techniques are still being used today.

Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer will be available nationally for a limited time from September to December in 12 oz. bottles and on draught in select bars, restaurants, and stores including the Anchor Brewing Taproom and Anchor Beer Garden at The Yard in San Francisco. Find a brew near you using the Anchor Beer Finder.

For more information on Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer and other Anchor beers, visit www.AnchorBrewing.com or follow @anchorbrewing on social media.

About Anchor Brewing Company
Anchor Brewing Company’s roots date back to the California Gold Rush making it one of America’s oldest breweries. Its Anchor Steam® Beer is San Francisco’s original since 1896. In 1965, Fritz Maytag acquired and revived the struggling brewery at a time when mass production of beer dominated and seemed unstoppable. Maytag started a revolution in beer that originated today’s craft beer movement. An undisputed icon, Anchor is America’s first craft brewery where beers are handmade in our traditional copper brewhouse from an all-malt mash. At Anchor, we practice the time-honored art of classical brewing, employing state-of-the-art methods to ensure that our beers are always pure and fresh. We know of no brewery in the world that matches our efforts to combine traditional, natural brewing with such carefully applied, modern methods of sanitation, finishing, packaging and transporting. To learn more visit www.anchorbrewing.com.

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Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer makes debut as classic is re-imagined

BeerNews.org - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:31

[Press Release:]

San Francisco, CA (August 15, 2016) – Anchor Brewing Company announces the debut of Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer™, a limited release inspired by Anchor Steam® Beer, the original California Common. San Francisco’s famous Anchor Steam® Beer is unique for its brewing process which has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world. To give this classic beer a radically traditional twist, Brewmaster Scott Ungermann created Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer. Made with its own special recipe, the brew is dry-hopped with a blend of new and traditional hops. The result weds the rich maltiness of Anchor Steam with an alluring fragrant hoppiness of Anchor’s ales.

“Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer is both a historical nod to our roots and a cutting edge, modern beer,” said Brewmaster Scott Ungermann. “We took our most popular, classic beer and gave it a contemporary twist by introducing a lighter body and an elevated, dynamic hop profile using new and classic hop varieties. The result is a California Common with a unique hop bitterness balanced by a light malty sweetness.”

California Commons are a unique American style of beer created by fermenting lager yeast at warmer temperatures similar to ales. This creates a hybrid between the two beer styles, though lager yeast is always used. Anchor Steam® Beer (4.9% ABV) is the original California Common made in San Francisco since 1896.

The original Anchor Steam Beer has rich caramel malt flavors balanced by an herbal hop spiciness. Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer, on the other hand, has flavors of light malty sweetness with distinct aromas of citrus and stone fruit, and a lingering, bitter hop finish. Brilliant amber in color with a tight, tan head, Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer is moderately full in body, smooth and velvety. Dry-hopping since 1975, Anchor was the first craft brewery in modern times to revive this century old brewing method in America. The same radically traditional techniques are still being used today.

Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer will be available nationally for a limited time from September to December in 12 oz. bottles and on draught in select bars, restaurants, and stores including the Anchor Brewing Taproom and Anchor Beer Garden at The Yard in San Francisco. Find a brew near you using the Anchor Beer Finder.

For more information on Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer and other Anchor beers, visit www.AnchorBrewing.com or follow @anchorbrewing on social media.

About Anchor Brewing Company
Anchor Brewing Company’s roots date back to the California Gold Rush making it one of America’s oldest breweries. Its Anchor Steam® Beer is San Francisco’s original since 1896. In 1965, Fritz Maytag acquired and revived the struggling brewery at a time when mass production of beer dominated and seemed unstoppable. Maytag started a revolution in beer that originated today’s craft beer movement. An undisputed icon, Anchor is America’s first craft brewery where beers are handmade in our traditional copper brewhouse from an all-malt mash. At Anchor, we practice the time-honored art of classical brewing, employing state-of-the-art methods to ensure that our beers are always pure and fresh. We know of no brewery in the world that matches our efforts to combine traditional, natural brewing with such carefully applied, modern methods of sanitation, finishing, packaging and transporting. To learn more visit www.anchorbrewing.com.

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New Belgium Fruit Fly, Pumpkick, Le Terroir and Bretta IPA highlight brewery’s fall program

BeerPulse - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 13:35

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The brewery’s latest seasonal, Lips of Faith, Hop Kitchen, and stainless steel offerings pair perfectly with the final days of summer

(Ft. Collins, CO) – New Belgium Brewing has four new releases to help make the fall transition a little easier to bear. The beers include Pumpkick, a fall festival favorite; Le Terroir, one of New Belgium’s favorite wood-aged sours; Bretta IPA, which crosses wild Brettanomyces yeast with fruity hop varieties; and Fruit Fly, a refreshing stainless steel sour.

Pumpkick Spiced Seasonal Ale
Pumpkick is back bringing a bite of tartness to New Belgium’s traditionally spiced pumpkin ale. The tart cranberry kick offers a bright burst of seasonal flavor. Pumpkick pours a slightly hazy, glowing orange, packed with pumpkin juice, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and a snappy dose of cranberry. The mouthfeel is creamy from added oats, followed by a quick, dry finish, making Pumpkick the perfect beer to kick off fall.

ABV: 6.0%
IBU: 18
Yeast: Ale yeast
Hops: Nugget
Malts: Pale, Munich, Caramel
Availability: Now in 6-and 12-packs

Le Terroir Dry-Hopped Sour Ale
Le Terroir, named after the French term meaning “of the earth,” packs the bold and hoppy nose of an American IPA, plus the pucker of a well-crafted sour. Felix, New Belgium’s wood-aged pale sour beer, is dry hopped with Amarillo and Galaxy hops to create Le Terroir. The mango and peach tones of the hops playfully complement the wood-aged backbone without any bitterness, creating a beer that changes every time New Belgium brews it.

ABV: 7.5%
IBU: 12
Yeast: Lager yeast
Hops: Nugget
Malts: Pale, Wheat, C-80, Carapils, Oats
Special Processing: Dry Hopped with Amarillo and a little Galaxy in stainless tanks in wood cellar
Availability: August 29 in 22 oz. bombers and on draft

Draft Only

Bretta IPA
Bretta IPA, part of New Belgium’s Hop Kitchen series, which showcases New Belgium’s hop heavy beers, is out now. This beer crosses wickedly wild Brettanomyces yeast with some of New Belgium’s favorite fruity hop varieties. Bretta is conditioned on two strains of Brettanomyces for a month, giving it citrusy, piney hop notes thanks to Equinox, Galaxy, and Warrior. It has a bite that lingers, but a sweetness that emerges with a touch of pineapple.

ABV: 7.5%
IBU: 75
Yeast: Ale yeast, Brettanomyces Clausenii, Brettanomyces Bruxellensis
Hops: Cascade, Equinox, Galaxy, Warrior
Malts: Pale, Caramel 120, Spelt
Special Processing: Brewed with two types of Brettanomyces yeast and dry-hopped with Equinox, Galaxy and Warrior.
Availability: Now on draft

Fruit Fly Passionfruit Citra Sour
Fruit Fly is a fruity, refreshingly tart, and juicy summer release, putting a new spin on the classic tartness of Berliner weisse. New Belgium acidifies this stainless steel sour beer with its house lacto strain, then dry-hops it with fruity Citra. During fermentation 800 pounds of tropical passion fruit is blended in. Fruit Fly has big citrus flavors and rich guava-like aromas, with a finish that is tart and dry; an ideal summer beer.

“At New Belgium, fruited beers are very much a part of our DNA,” said Andrew Emerton, New Belgium specialty brand manager. “We’ve been using real fruit since the very beginning with a beer called Old Cherry and since 1991 we’ve sent to market 34 beers brewed with fruit. Last year, our Pilot Brewers were challenged with creating a few stainless steel sour recipes featuring our proprietary lacto blending process and beautifully tart house lacto strain. While all recipes were great we felt the Passionfruit Citra Sour just killed it.”

ABV: 5.7%
Hops: Citra
Special Processing: Additions of passion fruit and dry-hopped with Citra hops.
Availability: Now on draft

To learn more on the differences between stainless steel sours, like Fruit Fly, and wood-aged sours, like La Folie, check out: How is your New Belgium Beer Sourced? (http://www.newbelgium.com/community/Blog/new-belgium-brewing/2016/06/01/how-is-your-new-belgium-beer-soured)

To find Pumpkick, Bretta IPA, Le Terroir, or Fruit Fly near you, use the New Belgium Libation Location tool (http://www.newbelgium.com/Beer/Finder) : or download New Belgium’s Beer Mode (http://www.newbelgium.com/app?autoredirect=1&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Citradelic+Launch&utm_source=ExactTarget&utm_content=citradelic) app.

For more information about New Belgium Brewing, visit NewBelgium.com. (http://www.newbelgium.com) You can also follow New Belgium on Facebook at Facebook.com/NewBelgium (https://www.facebook.com/newbelgium?fref=ts) and Twitter @NewBelgium.

About New Belgium Brewing Company 

New Belgium Brewing, makers of Fat Tire Amber Ale and a host of Belgian-inspired beers, is recognized as one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work and one of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Small Businesses. The 100% employee-owned brewery is a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business as designated by the League of American Bicyclists, and one of World Blu’s most democratic U.S. businesses, and a Certified B Corp. In addition to Fat Tire, New Belgium brews thirteen year-round beers; Citradelic Tangerine IPA, Ranger IPA, Rampant Imperial IPA, Shift Pale Lager, Slow Ride Session IPA, Snapshot Wheat, Sunshine Wheat, 1554 Black Ale, Blue Paddle Pilsner, Abbey Belgian Ale and Trippel and a gluten-reduced line, Glutiny Pale Ale and Glutiny Golden Ale. Learn more at www.newbelgium.com (http://www.newbelgium.com/).

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