Jug & Bottle Dept. & Hidden Springs Ale Works Collaborate on Jug Beer Session IPA

Jug & Bottle Dept. (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Jug Beer, a special Tampa Bay Beer Week collaboration project with Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa Florida), on Tuesday, March 9.

Created to give everyone “a damn drinkable beer” they can enjoy all Tampa Bay Beer Week, Jug Beer is a Session India Pale Ale featuring Sabro, Strata and Citra hops. Coming in at 5.7% ABV, Jug Beer is “an ale that you can slam back anytime. An ale from the limescale waters of Tampa, Florida. A silver medal’r and a red ribbon winner.”

Jug Beer – available in 16 oz. cans – will drop at both Jug & Bottle Dept. (6203 N Florida Ave | Tampa, Florida) and Hidden Springs Ale Works (1631 N Franklin St | Tampa, Florida) on Tuesday, March 9 and will hang around only as long as supplies last. Jug Beer will not see distribution. Prost!

Vital Information for Jug Beer from Jug & Bottle Dept. & Hidden Springs Ale Works

Release – Limited; March 9, 2021
Style – Session India Pale Ale
ABV – 5.7%
Featured Hops – Sabro, Strata & Citra
Availability – 16 oz. cans
Distribution – None. Only available at Jug & Bottle Dept. & Hidden Springs Ale Works

Hidden Springs Ale Works Releases The Devil In Time for Halloween

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will continue its Tarot Series with the Limited Bottle Release of The Devil at 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 29.

Representative of the seductive power of “the material world and physical pleasures” and Hidden Springs finally giving in to “the tempting magic that is pumpkin,” The Devil is an Imperial Stout that mimics the experience of a “decadent, indulgent pumpkin cheesecake.” Arriving at the most appropriate of times, The Devil is “sinfully delightful when enjoyed under the full moon on All Hallows’ Eve.”

The Devil will release exclusively in the Taproom at Hidden Springs Ale Works (1631 N. Franklin St. | Tampa, Florida) at 3 p.m. on October 29. This Limited Release will NOT be available on the brewery’s website for pre-order. The Devil will cost $25 per 22 oz. bottles (limit of 2 bottles per person) and “when they’re gone, they’re gone.” Prost!

Vital Information for The Devil from Hidden Springs Ale Works

Release – Limited/Tarot Series; October 29, 2020
Style – Imperial Stout
ABV – ???
Availability – 22 oz. bottle ($25 each)
Bottle Limit – 2 bottles per person
Distribution – None. Brewery only


TrimTab Brewing & Hidden Springs Ale Works Collaborate on Glow Up! Sour Ale

TrimTab Brewing (Birmingham, Alabama) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Glow Up!, a Sour Ale brewed in collaboration with Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida), on Tuesday, October 13.

Inspired by the Hummingbird Cake, Glow Up! is a Pastry Sour that has been dosed with additions of banana, pineapple, nut flour, cinnamon and milk sugar. Coming in at 6% ABV, Glow Up! is a decadent tropical treat that is both a little tart and a little sweet.

Glow Up! – available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans and on draft – will debut in the Tasting Gallery at TrimTab Brewing on October 13 and will hang around only as long as supplies last. There is no word at this time as to whether or not this Limited Release will see distribution. Prost!

Vital Information for Glow Up! from TrimTab Brewing & Hidden Springs Ale Works

Release – Limited; October 13, 2020
Style – Pastry Sour Ale
ABV – 6%
Added Ingredients – Banana, pineapple, nut flour, cinnamon & milk sugar
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans & draft

Hidden Springs Ale Works & BarrieHaus Beer Co. Collaborate on Crispy Treatz Pastry Lager

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Can Release of Crispy Treatz, a Rice Krispies Treats-inspired Pastry Lager brewed in collaboration with BarrieHaus Beer Co. (Tampa, Florida), at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, September 29.

First the pastry bois came for our Stouts. Their advances continued, things progressed, and our Kettle Sours then fell victim to their lactose lovin’, adjunct-obsessed ways. Now, in the year of our Pastry Lord 2020, Lagers are no longer safe . . . and we have Hidden Springs Ale Works and BarrieHaus Beer Co. to thank for this development: Crispy Treatz, a Pastry Lager loaded down with marshmallows. Dripping with nostalgia, Crispy Treatz (4.7% ABV) will bring back all those feels you got that day you discovered your mom snuck a Rice Krispies Treat into your lunch bag. (Remember how cool you felt when all the other kids looked at you from across the lunch table with eyes filled with envy? We remember.)

Cans of Crispy Treatz will drop at Hidden Springs Ale Works (1631 N Franklin St | Tampa, Florida) at 3 p.m. on September 29, but you can pre-order online now by clicking here. This Limited Release will be available at the brewery only in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans for $18 each (limit of six 4-packs per person). Prost!

Vital Information for Crispy Treatz from Hidden Springs Ale Works & BarrieHaus Beer Co.

Release – Limited; September 29, 2020
Style – Pastry Lager
ABV – 4.7%
Added Ingredients – Marshmallows
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans ($18 each)
Limit – Six 4-packs per person
Pre-Order Link – http://hiddenspringsaleworks.com/cans-togo
Distribution – None. Available at Hidden Springs Ale Works only

Hidden Springs Ale Works Pulls New Card from Tarot Series, Reveals The Tower

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of The Tower, a French Toast-inspired Imperial Stout, on Thursday, August 13.

Arriving as the second release in Hidden Springs’ new series of non-barrel-aged Imperial Stouts, The Tower is an Imperial Stout that captures the essence of French Toast thanks to ample additions of maple syrup and cinnamon. Symbolizing “a new dawn in our new reality,” The Tower is “sweet, thick, and a comforting, familiar flavor contrast to the uncertainty of today.”

Bottles of The Tower will release exclusively on the Hidden Springs Ale Works website at 4 p.m. on August 13. Here are the full details and rules surrounding this release (as posted on the brewery’s social media accounts):

  • 22 oz. bottles of The Tower are $25 each
  • Bottle limit is set at 2 per person (if you order more than the allotment, your purchase will be REFUNDED and CANCELLED)
  • Bottles will be ready for pickup during regular business hours Friday 8/14 – Friday 8/21. You will have to choose a pickup date and time at checkout. Your order will be ready that day ONLY. If you need to reschedule your pickup, please EMAIL the brewery at info@hiddenspringsaleworks.com (Hidden Springs is NOT able to reschedule your pickup from DMs on social media).
  • For the safety of the community and to maintain social distancing standards established by the CDC, the brewery will be allowing PROXIES for this release. It helps to cut down the amount of bodies coming in and out of the Tasting Room at a single time. Yes. PROXIES ARE A GO!
  • To pickup your bottles you must have the correct name, order number, and ID (gotta make sure you’re old enough), also, make sure it’s the right day.

One more time for clarification: The Tower will be sold exclusively online. There will be no walk-up sales or distribution. If you wish to get your hands on a bottle or two of this offering, just make sure that you are on the Hidden Springs Ale Works website at 4 p.m. on August 13 because this Limited Release is guaranteed to sell out with a quickness. Prost!

Hidden Springs Ale Works Entices Fans with Limited Release of Ask Alice

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Ask Alice on Tuesday, July 28.

Carefully concocted to send its drinker on a trip down the rabbit hole, Ask Alice is a Berliner Weisse-style Ale with “blueberry, lemon, honey, lavender and milk sugar magic” added. Clocking in at 5.5% ABV, Ask Alice is your fast pass ticket to Wonderland.

Ask Alice will debut at Hidden Springs Ale Works on July 28 and you can get your stash by ordering online for pick up, calling the brewery at 813-226-BREW to build a pick up order, or via an old fashioned walk-in (in a mask) to grab some to-go beers. This Limited Release is available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans for $18 (limit of six 4-packs per customer). Ask Alice is a brewery-only release that will be available as long as supplies last. Prost!

Vital Information for Ask Alice from Hidden Springs Ale Works

Release – Limited; July 28, 2020
Style – Berliner Weisse
ABV – 5.5%
Added Ingredients – Blueberry, lemon, honey, lavender & milk sugar
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans

Distribution – None. Brewery only

Hidden Springs Ale Works Begins Limited Release of Moonflower

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of Moonflower, a decadent Berliner, at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15.

Here to give you the alluring energy of moonlight at any time of day, Moonflower is a Berliner Weisse-style Ale featuring black currant, hazelnut, chocolate, vanilla and “a kiss of milk sugar.” Coming in at 5.5% ABV, Moonflower promises to bestow its drinker with a “rich, hypnotizing flavor.”

Moonflower will debut at Hidden Springs Ale Works on July 15 and you can get your stash by ordering online for pick up, calling the brewery at 813-226-BREW to build a pick up order (phone ordering begins at 2 p.m.), or via an old fashioned walk in to grab some to-go beers. This Limited Release is available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans for $18 and single cans are $5 each. Moonflower is a brewery-only release that will be available as long as supplies last. Prost!

Vital Information for Moonflower from Hidden Springs Ale Works

Release – Limited; July 15, 2020
Style – Berliner Weisse
ABV – 5.5%
Featured Ingredients – Black currant, hazelnut, chocolate, vanilla & milk sugar
Availability – 4-packs of 16 oz. cans
Distribution – None. Brewery only

Hidden Springs Ale Works Launches New Imperial Stout Series with Release of The Hermit

Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Release of The Hermit on Thursday, June 11.

Dropping as the first “delicious beast” in a new Imperial Stout Series from Hidden Springs, The Hermit is a non-barrel-aged Imperial Stout “overflowing with pecans, chocolate and caramel.” Oh so “thiccc + rich,” The Hermit is sure to conjure up fond memories of decadent turtle candies.

Bottles of The Hermit will release exclusively on the Hidden Springs Ale Works website at 4 p.m. on June 11. Here are the full details and rules surrounding this release (as posted on the brewery’s social media accounts):

  • 22 oz. bottles of The Hermit are $25 each
  • Bottle limit is set at 2 per person (if you order more than the allotment, your purchase will be REFUNDED and CANCELLED)
  • Bottles will be ready for pickup during regular business hours (stay tuned because those are changing) Friday 6/12 – Friday 6/19. You will have to choose a pickup date and time at checkout. Your order will be ready that day ONLY. If you need to reschedule your pickup, please EMAIL the brewery at info@hiddenspringsaleworks.com (Hidden Springs is NOT able to reschedule your pickup from the DM’s).
  • For the safety of the community and to maintain social distancing standards established by the CDC, the brewery will be allowing PROXIES for this release. It helps to cut down the amount of bodies coming in and out of the Tasting Room at a single time. Yes. PROXIES ARE A GO!
  • To pickup your bottles you must have the correct name, order number, and ID (gotta make sure you’re old enough), also, make sure it’s the right day, y’all.

Once again, The Hermit will be sold exclusively online. There will be no walk-up sales or distribution. With that in mind, make sure that you are at your computer/phone/tablet at 4 p.m. on June 11 for the chance to land your bottles of The Hermit before they sell out. Prost!

Hidden Springs Ale Works Goes Extreme with Limited Release of Brawndo Rush

HiddenSpringslogoHidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will begin the Limited Can Release of Brawndo Rush on Tuesday, May 19.

Dropping as Hidden Springs Ale Works’ newest “thirst mutilator” in cans, Brawndo Rush is a purple, “sports drink”-inspired Berliner Weisse that is “grape-y . . . and ready to go extreme sporting with you.”  Meant to be the pinnacle of “X-tremeeeee” refreshment, Brawndo Rush is here to remind you that “water is for toilets!”

Brawndo Rush will officially release in the Tasting Room at Hidden Springs Ale Works (1631 N. Franklin St. | Tampa, Florida) on May 19 and you can secure your cans by using one of the following three methods:

  • Order Online – 4-packs of Brawndo Rush will be available on Hidden Springs’ website beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 19 (orders must be picked up on same day)
  • Call the Brewery – Beginning at 11:30 a.m. on May 19, you can call Hidden Springs at 813.226.BREW to place your order for Brawndo Rush (orders must be picked up on same day)
  • Walk-In Order – Show up at Hidden Springs Ale Works from Noon to 7 p.m. on May 19 and grab your cans Brawndo Rush the old-fashioned way . . . just “be cool + respect the 6ft rule⁠”

Brawndo Rush will have availability in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans ($18 each) and limits are set at six 4-packs per person (proxies will be allowed).  Brawndo Rush is a brewery exclusive release and is not expected to see distribution. Prost!

 

TBBW 2020 Event: Bottle Release of Empty Devils Collaboration from Hidden Springs Ale Works & Voodoo Brewery

HSAWVoodooTo properly set the Friday the 13th vibe during Tampa Bay Beer Week 2020, Hidden Springs Ale Works (Tampa, Florida) has officially announced that it will host a Limited Bottle Release for Empty Devils, a Double Barrel-aged Imperial Stout brewed in collaboration with Voodoo Brewery (Meadville, Pennsylvania), at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 13.

Surfacing from the depths of darkness to “take everything from you,” Empty Devils is an Imperial Stout aged in W.L. Weller and Woodford Reserve Double Oaked barrels with “pounds of Ugandan vanilla beans and toasted coconut” added.

The Empty Devils bottle release will take place at Hidden Springs Ale Works (1631 N. Franklin St. | Tampa, Florida) at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 13. Bottles will be $30 each and the brewery will announce the bottle limit 15 minutes before opening. Cash is preferred, but cards will be accepted.

A few things to keep in mind if you plan to attend this bottle release:

  • The Empty Devils bottle release will also double as a Tap Takeover with Voodoo BreweryVoodoo’s beers will be available when the doors open at 9 a.m. until they are gone
  • Full pours only during this event (no flights)
  • Parking is available up and down Franklin St. (before the I-275 overpass), on Henderson just west of Tampa, and on 7th Ave. There are also paid lots located across the street from the brewery and under the I-275 overpass. Hidden Springs Ale Works is not responsible for towed vehicles
  • Once you are in line, make sure that you hug the wall so that foot traffic will not be affected on the sidewalks
  • Above all, please be respectful of the brewery’s neighbors and be sure that you pick up after yourself

Just about any bottle release at Hidden Springs Ale Works is a guaranteed sell out, but you can expect Empty Devils to be in even higher demand because hordes of stout lovers will be in town for Tampa Bay Beer Week. If you wish to get your hands on this infernal collaboration between Hidden Springs and Voodoo, make sure you hit that line early on Friday the 13th so that you make the cut on the final head count . . . and don’t forget to come thirsty because you need to hang around to enjoy some killer beers from Voodoo Brewery once you secure your bottle(s).  Prost!