• New Holland Brewing to Release Lost Dune Blueberry Ale

    6 days ago - By Brewbound

    HOLLAND, Mich. - May 18, Dune Day, will mark this year's launch of New Holland Brewing Company's summer seasonal, Lost Dune Blueberry Ale. It will be available on draft and, for the first time, in cans. The cans feature new artwork that connect the brew to the classic experience of summertime in Michigan, with rolling lakeshore dunes and Michigan blueberries.
    “Lost Dune is an awesome summer beer,” said Brewery Production Manager Jason Salas. “It's a light and refreshing golden ale that appeals to the experienced craft enthusiast and serves as a great introduction to the scene for...
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  • Ska Brewing Releases Whiskey Sour from Barrel-Aged Beers Series

    6 days ago - By Brewbound

    DURANGO, Colo. - Just in time for American Craft Beer Week, Ska Brewing debuts its new Barrel-Aged Beers Series with Whiskey Sour- a sour ale aged in rye whiskey barrels with orange and cherries to mimic the classic cocktail's signature garnish.
    Whiskey Sour was brewed with pilsner malt, red wheat and Belma and Citra Hops. It was soured in the brewhouse before aging for six months in Woodford Reserve Rye Whiskey barrels. The result is much like the cocktail it emulates, with notes of whiskey and citrus that meld into oak and cherries creating an experience that is mildly tangy with subtle...
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  • Prairie Street Brewing Releases Feather Eye Rye and Berry River Roll in Cans

    6 days ago - By Brewbound

    ROCKFORD, Ill. - Just two years after launching a new name and brand identity, and riding a dramatic wave of success, Prairie Street Brewing Company announced the launch of its first canned beers for off-site sales: Feather Eye Rye, a tasty rye IPA, and a fruit-enhanced Kölsch called Berry River Roll.
    “This is the first time beer has been packaged in this building for many decades,” said Reed Sjostrom, co-founder and head of brewery operations.
    Prairie Street Brewing Co is housed in an historic brick building built by Jonathan Peacock, an English brewer who immigrated to the United States...
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