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New Beers and Beer News 03/11/2013

New beers.  We’ve got a ton.  Here’s a rundown of what to expect and what to watch for over the next few months.

Wynkoop Brewing is releasing cans of their Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout today (yes, TODAY!) in unique, 2-packs.

Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout - Wynkoop Brewing Company

100 cases will be available this time around and should reach several stores in their Denver-area distribution network.

Our Mutual Friend is bottling their first offering!  Stop by the Denver brewery on Friday, March 22nd at 2 PM to snag one of only 100 wax-dipped, hand-numbered 22 oz. bombers.  Limited to 2 / per person.

omf winter

Parker’s Hall Brewing is gearing up for their next wave of bottled releases.  Their Bock, Pilsner and Saison should be hitting shelves any day now.

hall bock

Denver’s River North Brewery, with the help of the Mobile Canning Unit, plans to can later this year. Keep an eye out for their White and Hoppy Red to hit the metal soon.

river north white

Great Divide’s working on their 19th Anniversary Ale, which is scheduled to be released in April.

GD 19

The annual release is a wood-aged IPA, brewed with birch syrup and aged on birch wood.  The Anniversary Party will be at the Denver brewery this June.

New Belgium and Trinity have teamed up to brew a Berliner Weisse.

NB : trinity

Not sure when this barrel aged beauty will debut, but with two funk masters behind it, I can’t wait.

Trinity’s also looking to release Elektrick Cukumbahh.

trinity elektrick

The world of Cucumber saisons and ales are growing on me and I’m looking forward to trying this one.  Elektrick Cukumbahh is made with English Cucumbers, Grains of Paradise and fermented with Saison and Brett yeasts.

New Belgium’s working on several new Lips of Faith releases.  The first is named after the Pluot, a wacky little fruit that’s a hybrid of the plum and apricot.

NB Pluot

I like both and what’s even better, is that it’s fermented with a strain of wild Belgian yeast.  Sounds delish!

Another New Belgium collaboration is underway with Utah’s Red Rock Brewery called Paardebloem. This odd little brew will feature peach juice, grains of paradise, dandelion greens and will be wood-aged with wild Belgian yeast.

NB paardebloem

If that’s not strange enough for you, New Belgium’s also got Rolle Bolle coming out this Summer, which is brewed with monk fruit and soursop.  I don’t know where they find these crazy ingredients, but I’m hoping they make for a good beer.

NB rolle

Odell has a pair of new brews set to release this spring.  One’s a low ABV session ale, while the other is an Imperial Peach IPA.

odell session

tree shaker

Kansas City’s Boulevard teamed up with The Roasterie to brew up a Coffee Ale, set to be released later this month.

boulevard coffeeLighter in color than most coffee ales, this one gets its coffee aroma from the coarsely ground Ethiopian roast seeped into the ale.

Dogfish Head will release 61 Minute IPA into their distribution network towards the end of March. This is their 60 Minute IPA brewed with Syrah grape must.

DFH 61

Stone’s bringing back their Enjoy By IPA.  This time it’s Enjoy By 04.20.13.

stone enjoy by

Apparently a much larger batch was made since we last received this beer in 2012.  This was a really great IPA, that rivals the best of ’em, so look out hop heads.

Speaking of Stone, last month they collaborated with Two Brothers and Aleman, out of IL, to create Dayman Coffee IPA.

dayman

Citrus hops meets deep-roasted coffee in this 8.7% ABV, 42 IBU one-off.  Look for bombers and kegs to start dropping on March 18th.

That’s the latest in new brews to watch for.  If you’ve got something you’re excited to try or would like us to review a brew for you, let us know on our Facebook Page.  Happy Hunting Friends!

Cheers!


Weekend Beer Buzz 07/12/12

Another full weekend lies ahead.  You ready?

Friday the 13th got you freaked out?  Grab your ugliest Christmas sweater and head over to the Denver Beer Co. for Christmas in July!  At 1 PM, they’ll be tapping a special “Christmas-spiced” firkin.  Stick around for music, food and a special appearance by Mr. Claus himself.  The fun runs until 5 PM and is sure to chase those Friday the 13th blues away.

Don’t forget Firkin Friday over at Dry Dock Brewing in Aurora, CO.  This week’s release is a Black Cherry Saison.  Sounds delish.  I made it out last week for the Kona Coffee Milk Stout, which was really, really tasty.  It was like sipping a nice, iced coffee.  Another great creation by their Firkin Freak Walt.

Anyway, head over to the Dock at 3 PM on Friday, July 13th to give the Black Cherry Saison a try or two or three…  Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014.  303-400-5606.

Parry’s Pizza in Highlands Ranch, CO is gearing up for another Tap Takeover on Saturday, July 14th. This time they’re joining forces with New Belgium Brewing to bring fans a slew of tasty brews, many of which haven’t been available in months.  Look for a variety of beers from the Lips Of Faith series, including Tart Lychee, Cocoa Mole, Biere de Mars, Fall Wild, La Folie, Brett Beer (collaboration w/ Lost Abbey.  Read further down on how to win a bottle.) and more!

This ain’t your local Old Chicago!  Parry’s Pizza combines great food with one of the best tap lists in the Denver area.   If you’re able to make it over to Parry’s in the near future, try to bring some items to donate, as they’re collecting a variety of goods for victims of the Waldo Canyon Fire.  More details and a list of items you can donate, can be found on the Parry’s Pizza Facebook Page.  Parry’s Pizza is located at: 9567 S University Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126.  303-683-0600.

If you’re able to visit Parry’s between noon and 2 PM on Saturday, you’ll be able to hang with Turk and The Gubna from the Colorado Craft Beer Show.  The guys will be broadcasting live from the event on AM 760.

Over on the FM side, American Craft Beer Radio will be broadcasting live from the Colorado Brewers Rendezvous down in Salida, CO on Saturday, July 14th.

Gary V will be hitting the airwaves on 104.3 FM at noon in Riverside Park in Salida, CO.  The Colorado Brewers Rendezvous will feature more than 60 Colorado breweries and runs from 1 PM – 5 PM. Tickets are $35 and covers beer samples, local music and root beer for the kids and DD’s.  I really wanted to attend this year, but it wasn’t meant to be.  Looks like it’ll be a blast though!  Have fun guys!

Twisted Pine Brewing, in Boulder, CO, is gearing up for their 17th Anniversary Party on Saturday, July 14th.

Plenty of great food, music and of course, tasty beers, will be there for you to enjoy from 2 PM – 7 PM. Tickets are only $25.  Congrats on 17 years!  Twisted Pine Brewing is located at: 3201 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80301.  303-786-9270.

And yet ANOTHER Beer Festival is lined up for this weekend up in Breckenridge, CO.  That’s 3 this weekend, for those of you keeping score at home.  Main Street Station will be hosting the Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival on Saturday, July 14th from 1 PM – 6 PM.

25 Breweries will be pouring this year, including several out-of-state breweries such as Alaskan, Stone and Boulevard.  Of course, a variety of great breweries from CO will be on hand as well. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.  Click here for more info.

Here at Brewtally Insane, we hit the Spring Breceknridge Beer Festival and it was an absolute blast! There’s a review and a ton of pics HERE.  You’re probably not going to find any crazy, rare, sour, barrel-aged brews at this one, but you’ll definitely be treated to a solid lineup from quite a few of your favorite breweries.

Sour Month rolls on at the Rackhouse Pub.  Scheduled to be tapped this weekend is Avery – Immitis, Crooked Stave – Petite Sour and AC Golden – Dry Hopped Sour.  Looking towards next week, the tap lines will see New Belgium – Tart Lychee, Great Divide – Bretty Yeti and more!

The Rackhouse Pub is located at: 208 S Kalamath St, Denver, CO 80223.  720-507-7824.

While we’re talking sours, on Saturday, July 14th, AC Golden will be releasing Kriek, the latest installment in their Hidden Barrel Collection.  This is being sold exclusively through Mile High Wine and Spirits in Lakewood, CO.

Sales will begin at the store and over the phone at 3 PM, with a 1-bottle limit.  If you can make it to the store, an AC Golden rep will be on-hand to answer questions and pour samples.  I fought my way through the phone lines for the Apricot and Peche release a few weeks ago.  These beers are delish and worth checking out.  Mile High Wine and Spirits is located at: 435 S Vance St, Lakewood, CO 80226.  303-936-0272.

Lastly, the Brewtally Insane Facebook Page is nearing 100 “likes”.  I’ve got a special New Belgium Lips of Faith & globe glass combo giveaway for that lucky 100th person.

So if you haven’t already done so, head over there and “Like” us today!  Win free beer, while staying up to date on the latest happenings in the beer world.  Win, Win!

Have a great weekend!

Cheers!