Barrel Aged Bitters are Back!!

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Whiskey Barrel Aged Bitters
Freshly emptied oak whiskey barrels from America’s best distillers, interiors charred and soaked with aged whiskey, are used by Fee Brothers to age aromatic bitters. Savor the result of the mingling of these great flavors.

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Gin Barrel-Aged Orange Bitters
Oak barrels, which aged Old Tom Gin, take on a second life at Fee Brothers. They now age Orange Bitters, mingling it with gin-soaked oak. Crafting Orange Bitters has just been elevated to new heights.

Urban Chestnut Seitz Farm Terroir

On shelves NOW

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In today’s world of brewing, it’s rare and exceptional to find a beer like Seitz Farm Terroir. A beer in which the hops’ source (terroir)is a single farm. In this one… Seitz Farm (aka Zum Baur) located in Nietenhausen, Germany. Established in 1890 by Georg and Maria Seitz, Zum Baur is still owned and operated by Florian Seitz, a descendent of the original hop growers. Prost!

Schlafly Can Sessions coming soon!!

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Schlafly American Brown
ABV: 5.0 | IBU: 30

Appearance: Dark brown
Process: Classic American Brown
Hops: Amarillo, Chinook, Simcoe (US)
Malts: 2-row and caramel malted barley, Chocolate malt
Yeast: American Ale
OG: 12.6
SRM: 40

Schlafly American Brown Ale starts with a classic British brown recipe crafted with caramel and chocolate malts for sweetness and color. Then we fortify it with the bold flavor and aroma of American hops.

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Schlafly IPA
ABV: 4.5 | IBU: 30

Appearance: Straw colored, bright
Process: Dry hopped
Hops: Amarillo, Boullion (US), Magnum (Polish)
Malts: 2-row and caramel malted barley
Yeast: American Ale
OG: 11.7
SRM: 10

Schlafly IPA is a session IPA, a smooth golden ale packed with the bold flavor and aroma of American hops. We crafted it in the spirit of the low gravity IPAs common in the UK where the style stands for hoppy, not heavy.

Hermitage Single Hop Series

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Sorachi Ace pours a deep amber color with an off-white head. Its aroma is a mixture of its characteristic lemony citrus character as well having woody, minty, and ginger notes. The beer’s toasted malt flavors, with a touch of caramel, is balanced against the Sorachi Ace’s piney and citrusy hop flavor. Hop bitterness is assertive without being overwhelming. This is a moderately full bodied beer, with medium-high carbonation, and dry finish that leaves you wanting more of this unique hop!

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Simcoe is the latest addition to our single-hop series of india pale ales. The aroma of the hops themselves is a lovely combination of pungent earthiness and sweet fruit. That tropical fruit aroma persists into the glass, while the flavor that carries over to the finished beer has a solid bitterness with a nice piney undertone, dominated by a robust citrus, grapefruit-like quality. The beer finishes dry, leaving a clean, almost minty aftertaste on the palate. Another delicious example of what hops can contribute to the art of beer.
7% ABV / 55 IBU

Bud Light Strawberrita

Earlier this year, Anheuser-Busch launched Bud Light Lime-A-Rita. The brewery blended Bud Light Lime and margarita mix together for beer/cocktail crossover, with a kick. Lime-A-Ritas are typically 8% ABV. Rita was an instant success. AB has had trouble keeping the shelves stocked with the product.

On the heels of Lime-A-Rita’s success, AB aims to release a variant – Straw-Ber-Rita. The beer based margarita is now introduced with strawberry flavoring. Mike Sundet, VP at Bud Light had this to say of the original product launch:  “This is our take on the traditional margarita.  Beer drinkers were already mixing Bud Light Lime into margaritas to create ‘beer ritas’; Lime-a-Rita just adds a new level of convenience by providing a beverage with the perfect balance of flavors.

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Special Release from Boulevard

Boulevard Smokestack Coffee Ale

Neighbors for nearly twenty years, Boulevard Brewing Company and The Roasterie share a passion for making extraordinary beverages. In Coffee Ale, our two celebrated brewing traditions come together in a long-awaited collaboration. Ethiopian Sidamo from Africa’s Great Rift Valley has been carefully blended with rye, oats, and malted barley, and spiced with Perle and Styrian Golding hops. The delightfully fragrant beer presents a glowing, tawny-amber hue. The clean, crisp acidity of the air-roasted coffee mingles with malt on the palate, lingering faintly in a subtly sweet finish.
Color (EBC)    83.5
Bitterness (IBUs)    26
Original Gravity (Plato)    19.4
Terminal Gravity (Plato)    4.1
Alcohol (ABV)    9.3%
CO2 – Bottles    3.1 vol. (6.1g/L)
CO2 – Kegs    2.6 vol. (5.1 g/L)
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