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Southern Tier 2x IPA
An India Pale Ale kicked up a notch to form a true Double IPA. Feverishly hoppy with a malty backbone and higher-than-standard alcohol content. Cirtusy hops tease the senses with aromatics and lingering bitterness, while just the right balance of malts disguises 2x IPAs extra gravity. Double your expectations, this is an ale that demands reverence.
Coronado Mermaid's Red
Coronado Brewing Company has expanded to a 30 barrel brewhouse capable of producing 40,000 barrels a year. With more room to experiment, this means that Coronado will continue to embody the adventurous spirit that defines craft brewing. And, with more beer available to distribute, it means a chance for beer drinkers worldwide to get a little taste of the Coronado island life.Mermaid’s Red bucks the shallow mid-range red ale stereotype. Loaded with Cascade hops, it delivers a fresh floral aroma and sharp bitter notes, all while delivering a solid kick of roasted malts that fades seamlessly into a rich, chocolaty finish with hints of clove and caramel.
Einstok White Ale
The Einstök Brewery is located just 60 miles south of the Arctic circle in the fishing port of Akureyri, Iceland. There, the water flows from rain and prehistoric glaciers down the Hlíðarfjall Mountain and through ancient lava fields, delivering the purest water on Earth, and the perfect foundation for brewing deliciously refreshing craft ales. Brewed in the centuries-old Belgian tradition, our White Ale features the complex flavors of the classic witbier, including orange peel and coriander Einstok White Ale has a clean and crisp start with a smooth mouth-feel thanks to the oats, citrus and spice round out a refreshing finish.
Heavy Seas Loos Cannon
Loose Cannon wins people over at first smell. Its nose bursts with notes of grapefruit, herbs, and pine. Bitterness is somewhat subdued by the floral quality that pervades the taste. The color is burnished gold, and the mouthfeel is creamy. A strong malt backbone balances out the triple-hopped beer. Its nickname, Hop3, comes from the brewing process: our brewers hop Loose Cannon in the boil, the hopback, and the fermenter. It won a second place CAMRA award at the 2010 Great British Beer Festival.