Reformation Brewery Releases Summer Edition of Nolan the Wanderer IPA

ReformationBadgeLogoReformation Brewery (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that the latest version of its rotating Nolan the Wanderer IPA series, Nolan #005, will begin hitting shelves and taps in mid-June 2019.

Built for ultimate summertime refreshment, Nolan the Wanderer #005 is a “Juicy Fruit” India Pale Ale “highlighting firm but balanced hop bitterness and ripe fruit character of orange, mango, and hints of papaya.” Brewed without the use of any fruit, all the fruity goodness packed into this American IPA was sourced from late hop additions of Columbus, Tomahawk, Zeus, and Eureka hops.  This iteration of Nolan the Wanderer IPA comes in at 7.2% ABV.

CEO & Co-founder Spencer Nix said their newly opened R&D brewhouse in downtown Woodstock was instrumental in bringing this version to market. “We saw this recipe have a viral taproom moment I’ll never forget.” Nix continued, “As in our lives, this beer is all about timing. The later you add those typically bitter components, the more aromatic, fruity, floral hops, and potentially pleasing they can become. We’re proud to say this recipe is truly community made, and we can’t wait to share it with a wider audience.”

Nolan the Wanderer #005 will officially release in mid-June and is scheduled to stick around for two to three months.  You can expect to find this Seasonal offering available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-friendly retailers, bars and restaurants located within Reformation’s distribution footprint in Georgia and Tennessee.  Prost!

Vital Information for Nolan the Wanderer IPA #005 from Reformation Brewery

Release – Rotating/Seasonal; launching mid-June 2019
Style – Juicy India Pale Ale
ABV – 7.2%
Featured Hops – Columbus, Tomahawk, Zeus & Eureka
Fun Fact – “Nolan The Wanderer is always on the move. Brewed in small batches for ultimate freshness, Nolan is a series of explorations in style and technique in the IPA category from Georgia based Reformation Brewery.”
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Georgia & Tennessee 

 

 

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Victory Brewing Company Turns Barrel Aged Rosé Monkey Loose for the Summer

VBC_500mL_RoseMonkey-FVictory Brewing Company (Downingtown, Pennsylvania) has officially announced that Rosé Monkey, a White Wine Barrel-aged Belgian-style Tripel, is rolling out now as the latest release from the brewery’s 2019 Barrel Aged Series.

Arriving as the newest descendant of Victory Brewing Company’s beloved Golden Monkey, Barrel Aged Rosé Monkey is a Belgian-style Tripel that has been “aged to mystical perfection in Chardonnay oak barrels for months, then put into finishing tanks where 100% real cherry juice was added for a bright, fruity finish.”  Weighing in at a deceptive 9.5% ABV, Rosé Monkey is so “easy and fun on the palate” that the brewery warns that you should “be careful with this magical treat.”

Barrel Aged Rosé Monkey is making its way into the market now and has plans to hang around only as long as supplies last.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 500ml bottles and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located in Alabama, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and throughout the rest of Victory’s distribution territory.  Prost!

Vital Information for Barrel Aged Rosé Monkey from Victory Brewing Company

Release – Limited/2019 Barrel Aged Series; launching late May/early June 2019
Style – Belgian-style Tripel
ABV – 9.5%
IBUs – 25
Malts – Pilsner
Hops – Tettnang
Treatment – Aged for three months in Chardonnay oak barrels and finished with an addition of 100% real cherry juice
Brewer’s Notes – “Striking blonde with a pink-rosé glow, oaky and vanilla aroma, sweet, super fruity flavor, all too easy and fun on the palate.”
Availability – 500ml bottles & draft
Beer Finder – https://www.victorybeer.com/beerfinder/

 

 

 

Wild Leap Brew Co. & TrimTab Brewing Collaborate on Coco Flamingo DIPA

WildLeapTrimTabWild Leap Brew Co. (LaGrange, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Coco Flamingo Double IPA, an exciting new collaboration with TrimTab Brewing (Birmingham, Alabama), during the last week of June.

Arriving as Wild Leap Brew Co.’s first ever collaboration project and the first beer TrimTab Brewing has brewed in collaboration with a Georgia brewery, Coco Flamingo is a Hazy Double India Pale Ale made with “a blend of tangerine, key lime, and toasted coconut.” Tropical in nature, Coco Flamingo (8% ABV) has “a unique flavor profile” that will most assuredly “take you straight to the islands!”

“Alongside the fresh fruit elements, the Sabro and Lotus hops embody the strong toasted coconut and orange, fruit punch flavor profiles in this beer,” explains Luke Garner, Head Brewer of TrimTab. “Without being sweet, it is the perfect marriage of a double IPA and a pina colada.”

Coco Flamingo Double IPA will debut in Georgia during the last week of June and is scheduled to roll out in Alabama and Tennessee the first week of July.  This Limited Release offering will be available in 12 oz. cans and on draft as long as supplies last. To promote this collaboration project, Wild Leap and TrimTab plan to “hold on-premise collaborative events at select craft beer retailers, featuring a number of their own offerings in addition to their lovechild – Coco Flamingo.”  For more information on these collaborative events, make sure to keep an eye on both breweries’ social media channels.  Prost!

Vital Information for Coco Flamingo Double IPA from Wild Leap Brew Co. & TrimTab Brewing

Release – Limited; launching the last week of June 2019
Style – Hazy/Juicy Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 8%
Featured Hops – Sabro & Lotus
Added Ingredients – Tangerine, key lime & toasted coconut
Fun Fact #1 – “As new craft breweries, Wild Leap and TrimTab have both made aggressive introductions into the national beer community. TrimTab was voted Best Brewery in Birmingham, their flagship sour brought home a GABF medal, and their Original 006 IPA was ranked as a top beer in the country by Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine, Thrillist, and Forbes within the last year. Wild Leap was recently named Best New Brewery in the USA Today.

Fun Fact #2 – On the can artwork: “Along with their similarities in brewing style, TrimTab and Wild Leap both share fun, bright, creative styles. The Coco Flamingo can is no different, featuring vivid colors that epitomize the relaxed, optimistic styles that both breweries embody.”
Availability – 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Georgia & Tennessee 

 

 

Off Color Brewing Brings Yuzu Fierce Back for the Summer

YUZU_FIERCE_keg_capOff Color Brewing (Chicago, Illinois) has officially announced that the latest batch of Yuzu Fierce, the wildly popular variant of its Fierce Berliner Weisse, will begin hitting shelves and taps in early June 2019.

One of Off Color Brewing’s most requested offerings, Yuzu Fierce is a “kettle soured, free rise fermented” Berliner Weisse featuring additions of Yuzu and Calamansi fruits.  Coming in at a highly drinkable 3.8% ABV, the “crisp, tart” Yuzu Fierce “is the definition of a summer session beer.”

Yuzu Fierce hit The Mousetrap at Off Color Brewing on June 7 and is scheduled to enter full distribution shortly after the on-site release. You can expect to find this Seasonal offering available in 4-packs of 12 oz. bottles and on draft at select craft beer-friendly establishments located in Alabama, Florida, Illinois and throughout the rest of Off Color’s distribution footprint.  Prost!

Vital Information for Yuzu Fierce from Off Color Brewing

Release – Seasonal; early June 2019
Style – Berliner Weisse
ABV – 3.8%
IBUs – “3ish”
Malts – Pils, Wheat & Flaked Wheat
Hops – “A little”
Added Ingredients – Lactobacillus, Yuzu & Calamansi
Availability – 4-packs of 12 oz. bottles & draft

 

 

Tasting Notes – Spirits Edition: Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin

jaisalmerMojitoX1000For this edition of Tasting Notes, we stay in the realm of spirits but take a turn toward the exotic with a look at Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin from Radico Khaitan (Rampur, India).

Named after the “historic city of Jaisalmer (pronounced “jess-all-mur), the ‘Golden City’, located in the Northwest of India in the state of Rajasthan”, Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin is a triple-distilled, small batch spirit that is hand-crafted in “a traditional copper pot still” by Master Distiller Anup Barik at Radico Khaitan – formerly known as Rampur Distillery, one of India’s oldest distilleries. With its development based in “the ancient Indian knowledge of herbs”, Jaisalmer is made from a recipe that sources seven of its eleven botanicals from India: Coriander and Vetiver from Jaisalmer itself; Sweet Orange Peel from Central India; Cubeb Berries and Lemongrass from Southern India; Darjeeling Green Tea from Eastern India; and Lemon Peel from Western India.  Rounded off with Angelica Root, Licorice, Caraway Seeds and Juniper Berries, Jaisalmer India Craft Gin (43% ABV/86 proof) is a complex offering that retains “the classic gin flavor using juniper berries whilst adding a refreshing twist with Indian botanicals.”

750ml bottles of Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin are available in the U.S. now for the suggested retail price of $50 each.  This small batch craft spirit can be found at select liquor retailers located throughout the country or you can purchase it online at The Whisky Exchange.

Now that we have properly gone over the story behind Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin, let’s get into this bottle, pour up a few tasting glasses and even mix up a summer-appropriate cocktail for some Tasting Notes!

Tasting Notes for Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin from Radico Khaitan

Appearance: Presented in an eye-catching, frosted black bottle with gold and bright blue accents, Jaisalmer is pristine in clarity and shows no sign of even the slightest tint or hue of color.  When swirled in the glass, the gin holds the sides for a moment before dropping in a quick-moving cascade of thin legs. There is not much to report in this arena (it is a clear spirit after all), but all is as it should be.

Aroma: The aromatics open with that classic gin presence of piney juniper and citrusy coriander.  Fresh lemon, lime and orange peel follow the coriander’s lead to establish a strong citrus presence that is both sweet and tart.  The profile closes softly with gentle earthy and grassy notes accompanied by a light pepper quality from the vetiver.

Taste: The citrusy notes take point here with pronounced notes of lemon zest/peel, lime juice, candied orange peel and sweet orange juice.  Tones of lemongrass, ginger and mint then surface to complement and further enhance the gin’s citrus character.  The more traditional notes of pine and juniper finally push forward just as the experience closes with a floral/earthy/medicinal character provided by the green tea leaves, Angelica root and licorice.

Mouthfeel: Lightly slick on the palate, Jaisalmer hits with a bright flourish and then dries out almost immediately.  Although it is mostly fruity and sweet on the palate, the overall experience finds a nice balance thanks to its piney, earthy and medicinal notes.  The 43% ABV provided only the faintest hint of heat, leaving this spirit incredibly smooth.  The finish leaves behind notes of sweet citrus, lemongrass and green tea.

Final Thoughts:  Every aspect of Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin is beautifully nuanced and – in a word – lovely.  We were simply amazed at how each of the eleven featured botanicals were able to make a direct impact on the experience but still find their place in a tight formation so that they can all work together as one seamless whole.  The citrus-forward character of Jaisalmer will make believers out of those who claim they “just are not a gin person” while its exotic ingredients and deep complexity will entice the most avid of gin drinkers.

Although thoroughly impressed by Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin on its own, we were immediately convinced that it would be a brilliant gin for mixed drinks before we even broke out a cocktail shaker.  Since the heat is already getting absolutely out of control here in Tampa, we put Jaisalmer to the cocktail test by mixing up some refreshing Maharaja Mojitos (pictured above on the right; recipe provided by Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin):

The Maharaja Mojito 

  • 50ml Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin
  • 20ml Organic Agave Syrup
  • 15ml Lime Juice
  • 6 Mint Leaves
  • 50ml Bitter Lemon
  • Ice

Fill your glass of choice with ice and pour Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin. Clap the mint leaves and add to the glass. Add fresh lime juice, bitter lemon and agave syrup. Stir gently. Garnish with a sprig of mint and enjoy!

Where traditional rum-based mojitos tend to focus on a quenching sweetness accompanied by a fresh breeze of mint, the Maharaja Mojito shifts things a bit as the Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin really accentuates the drink’s lime character while its botanicals lift the mint to all new heights of refreshment.  With that said, mojito traditionalists do not need to fret because the added agave syrup still gives you that satisfying sweetness.  It is an incredibly composed cocktail that will have you coming back for refill after refill.

Whether on its own, served simply as an after-work drink with a splash of tonic and an orange slice or enjoyed poolside in an elaborate cocktail, Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin proves that it is a damn near perfect spirit.  It has approachability . . . It has complexity . . . It has versatility . . . and it has a place in your liquor cabinet at home and on the shelf at your favorite cocktail bar.  Seriously, do not sleep on this one.  Prost!

Victory Brewing Company Rings in Summer with Release of Liberty Bell Ringer DDH DIPA

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Victory Brewing Company (Downingtown, Pennsylvania) has officially announced that it will introduce Liberty Bell Ringer DDH DIPA as its latest Limited Release in the summer of 2019.

Brewed in honor of the Liberty Bell, Benjamin Franklin, generations of great brewers, and all the other awesome things to come out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Liberty Bell Ringer is a double dry-hopped (DDH) Double India Pale Ale “packed with DOUBLE the hops, twice over,” so that it can “sing with massive tropical, fruity hop flavor and aroma.” Coming in at 8.7% ABV and 76 IBUs, Liberty Bell Ringer is “an IPA that earns the celebration of independence. Let it ring.”

Liberty Bell Ringer DDH DIPA is rolling out now and will hang around only as long as supplies last.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-friendly establishments located in Alabama, Florida, Pennsylvania and throughout the rest of Victory Brewing Company’s distribution area.  Prost!

Vital Information for Liberty Bell Ringer DDH DIPA from Victory Brewing Company

Release – Limited; late May/early June 2019
Style – Double India Pale Ale 
ABV – 8.7%
IBUs – 76
Malts – Pilsner, CaraPils & Flaked Oats
Hops – Strata, Centennial & Simcoe
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft
Beer Finder – https://www.victorybeer.com/beerfinder/

Creature Comforts Tritonia Gose with Cucumber & Lime Returns for the Summer

CCBC_TritoniaCLandDraftStillWeb-4595Creature Comforts Brewing Co. (Athens, Georgia) has officially announced that it will begin the Seasonal Release of Tritonia Gose with Cucumber and Lime on June 18.

Just as its straightforward name would lead you to believe, Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime (4.5% ABV) is a Gose-style Ale that boasts the traditional “hints of coriander and sea salt” alongside the refreshing “addition of cucumber and lime.” This combination of ingredients is finely tuned so that “the tartness of the base beer and the addition of the lime is perfectly balanced by the cool freshness of cucumber.”

Tritonia Gose with Cucumber and Lime will debut in the Tasting Room at Creature Comforts on Tuesday, June 18 and distribution is scheduled to follow shortly after the on-site release.  You can expect to find this Seasonal offering available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-friendly retailers, bars and restaurants located throughout Creature Comforts Brewing Co.’s distribution footprint in Georgia.  Prost!

Vital Information for Tritonia Gose with Cucumber and Lime from Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

Release – Seasonal; arriving June 18, 2019
Style – Gose
ABV – 4.5%
Added Ingredients – Coriander, sea salt, cucumber & lime
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Georgia

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3 Sons Brewing Co. Embarks on a Tap Takeover & Can Release Tour of Florida

3SonsLogo3 Sons Brewing Company (Dania Beach, Florida) has officially announced that it will be traveling the state of Florida to hold a series of Tap Takeover and Can Release events from Wednesday, June 12 to Sunday, June 16.

Now that their brewery and taproom are both fully operational, the good people at 3 Sons Brewing Company feel that it is now time to properly introduce themselves to the craft beer-loving masses of Florida.  They will be doing this by hitting up a few “neighborhood brewery spots, and bringing along some cans of deliciousness as well as a few special beers to tap.”

All of these Florida Tour events will feature can releases of the brewery’s Dopealicious IPA, Doc Hop IPA, Green Ocean Session IPA, and Ocean Park Pils (“for the #crispybois”).  Although the can releases will be the same, each location’s event will feature its own vibe and a Tap Takeover consisting of its own unique tap list.  The full schedule for 3 Sons Brewing Company’s Florida Tour is as follows (event descriptions sourced directly from the brewery’s newsletter):

  • Wednesday, June 12 | Boxelder Craft Beer Market | Miami, Florida – Stop by Boxelder in Miami on June 12th, and pick up a few 4-packs of our beers to go. We’ll also be tapping our newest releases, Rice Crispy Bois Pilsner, DDH Galactic Space Juice DIPA, and a special keg of DB Base Nectar! Be there or be square.
  • Thursday, June 13 | MIA Beer Company | Doral, Florida – On Thursday, we’ll be making our way out to our second stop at MIA Beer Co. Our cans will be readily available for purchase, as well as a tapping of our newest releases, Rice Crispy Bois Pilsner, DDH Galactic Space Juice DIPA, and DB Base Nectar! Run, don’t walk, because those beers will be gone before you know it!
  • Friday, June 14 | Hidden Springs Ale Works | Tampa, Florida – On Friday we’ll be bringing the heat to Hidden Springs in Tampa! Our cans will be available for purchase, but our tap takeover will be difficult to beat. In addition to Rice Crispy Bois Pils, DDH Galactic Space Juice DIPA, Guava Acres, and DB Base Nectar, we’ll be sending our newest barrel aged stout treated with Brazilian Coffee, The Wolf. It’s gonna be a howlin’ good time!
  • Saturday, June 15 | Hawthorne Bottle Shoppe | St. Petersburg, Florida – On Saturday we’ll be visiting our good friends at Hawthorne Bottle Shoppe in St. Petersburg! Once again, our cans will be available for purchase and they’ll be tapping our newest beers Rice Crispy Bois Pils and DDH Galactic Space Juice DIPA. AND in addition to that heat, they’ll be tapping a special keg of Barrel Aged Imperial Scoop! Don’t sleep on this one!
  • Sunday, June 16 | Union Beer Store | Miami, Florida – We wrap up our extravaganza of a tour on Sunday at Union Beer Store in Miami. Our cans will be cold and readily available. We’ll be tapping Rice Crispy Bois for the #crispybois and DDH Galactic Space Juice DIPA for the #hazybois. #Pastrybois, we didn’t forget about you! We’ll also be tapping Barrel aged Irish Winter, one of our personal faves.

If you happen to be anywhere near one of the Florida Tour locations this week, be sure to swing by so that you can raise a glass with the 3 Sons Brewing Company crew, get to know them and their beers a little better, and secure some of their tasty canned brews while you have the chance.  Prost!

Mother’s/Father’s Day Gift Guide: The Whiskeys of MGP Ingredients

Eight&Sand-hangtag (1)It is once again that time to celebrate our parents during the five week stretch that contains their given holidays: Mother’s Day on May 12 and Father’s Day on June 16. The crew here at Mashing In is well aware that finding a decent gift gets more and more difficult as we get older, so we have decided to compile a gift guide for those moms and dads that enjoy a well-crafted adult beverage from time to time. This installment of the guide is a suggestion for the parent that fancies herself or himself a whiskey aficionado: the whiskeys of MGP Ingredients (Atchison, Kansas).

Since National Bourbon Day (6/14) and Father’s Day (6/16) just so happen to share the same weekend, the good folks at MGP Ingredients have gone through their vast whiskey portfolio to assemble the following gift guide of new releases and top whiskey trends to help you narrow down the perfect whiskey – or two – for your mom and/or pops (gift guide and descriptions sourced directly from MGP Ingredients‘ press release):

  • Follow the Rye | Rye whiskey is on the rise. It fell out of favor after Prohibition—now it’s back in a big way and has just surpassed 1 million cases, up from just 100,000 cases in 2010. MGP Ingredients makes over 80% of the country’s rye whiskies, crafted in their historic distillery in Lawrenceburg, Ind., the “Rye Capital of America.” Rye is spicy and full of character, the perfect ingredient for classics like the Manhattan, Sazerac and Old Fashioned – and also a decadent sipper if made with care. For cocktails we recommend Rossville Union Master Crafted Straight Rye Whiskey (SRP: $39.99; 94-proof, aged a minimum of 4 years) and for sipping, it’s all about Rossville Union Barrel Proof Straight Rye Whiskey (SRP: $69.99) **both pictured below**. Barrel Proof is blended from the finest barrel reserves to deliver a full, but balanced cask-strength rye whiskey; so smooth, hard to believe it’s 112.6 proof. Rossville Union Rye Whiskey was first released in summer 2018 – and is nationally available.
  • Eight & Sand – The Rackhouse Series Honors the Railroad | The newest MGP release is Eight & Sand Blended Bourbon Whiskey **pictured on the upper right**. The nose and palate deliver spicy rye and cinnamon notes, followed by a touch of caramel at the caboose. There are no additives or colors – just the good stuff: quality, blended bourbon whiskey. Eight & Sand is competitively priced for smooth sailing ahead. If Dad is a train enthusiast, he’ll particularly love this label: Eight & Sand Blended Bourbon Whiskey supports great American Railroad Museums and historic preservation. SRP: $29.99 (88-proof).
  • The Bootlegger’s Bourbons | Bourbon is always in style. For every day, we recommend George Remus Straight Bourbon Whiskey (SRP: $39.99) **pictured above**, named for the King of the Bootleggers and aged a minimum of 4 years. There are a few bottles left of the rare, reserve Remus Repeal Reserve Series II (SRP: $84.99) – a collectible choice for bourbon lovin’ dads. Both bourbons are distilled in Lawrenceburg, and have a touch more rye in the blend than most. Remus Repeal Reserve Series II is crafted from 2007/2008 reserve bourbons and is available in limited quantities.

All the whiskeys mentioned above are available now at fine liquor retailers located in Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin.  Prost!

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Appalachian Mountain Brewery Launches Sour Series with Release of Margarita Gose

AMBlogoAppalachian Mountain Brewery (Boone, North Carolina) has officially announced that it will kick off its newly-established Sour Series with the June release of Margarita Gose.

Also known as Marg Gose (pronounced “mar-go-suh”) to Appalachian Mountain Brewery’s dedicated regulars, Margarita Gose is a traditional German-style Gose “brewed with fresh lemons and limes, sea salt, and coriander.”  Clocking in at just 3.8% ABV, the “thirst-quenching” Margarita Gose is sure to be perfect accompaniment for a summer in the South Atlantic.

The origin story for Margarita Gose dates back to when Appalachian Mountain Brewery “won the Brewbound ‘Start-Up Brewery Challenge’ in 2014 and visited Portland’s Widmer Brothers Brewing to brew a victory collaboration beer.”  It was during this experience that the brewing team at Appalachian Mountain Brewery “learned about kettle-souring techniques and the inspiration for Marg Gose was born.”

“Brewing that first sour beer with Widmer Brothers sparked our creativity, and we fell in love with the style,” said Nathan Kelischek, Brewmaster at Appalachian Mountain Brewery. “We kicked off our sour program here in Boone, and we’ve been experimenting with kettle sours ever since, adding our own High Country flair to the traditional style.”

Margarita Gose will roll out in June and is expected to hang around as long as supplies last.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-friendly establishments located within Appalachian Mountain Brewery’s distribution footprint in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.  Prost!

Vital Information for Margarita Gose from Appalachian Mountain Brewery

Release – Limited/Sour Series; launching June 2019
Style – Gose
ABV – 3.8%
Added Ingredients – Lemon, lime, salt & coriander
Fun Fact #1 – Margarita Gose is packaged in “brightly colored 12-ounce cans with a vibrant patchwork design reminiscent of colorful barn quilts seen across the rural Appalachian countryside. The citrus-eyed skull on the back of the can gives a nod to Dia de los Muertos sugar skulls and the beer’s lemon, lime, and sea salt margarita-inspired flavors.”

Fun Fact #2 – On future releases in Appalachian Mountain Brewery’s (AMB) new Sour Series: “In 2019, AMB will release two more of its popular sour beers into six-packs of 12-ounce cans. Starting in July, fans across the South Atlantic can find Raspise, a Berliner-Weiss brewed with raspberry puree and spearmint, which grows thick as weeds in the High Country. In the fall, AMB will bring back Slice of Paradise, a kettle sour inspired by a Southern pie, made with raspberries, , graham cracker,, and cinnamon=, available in time for the holiday season.”
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – North Carolina, South Carolina & Tennessee