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Magic Hat is at it again! The brewery has a lot of boast about as their brew Belgo Sutra earned a silver medal at the Beer Fest America as well as a bronze medal at the San Diego International Fest. Can we get three cheers for Belgo?! Despite the exciting win, beer fans will have to sit tight over the summer, as Belgo Sutra will be making it’s long awaited return in September.
For those of you who are new to Belgo Sutra, it is a strong, dark ale specially brewed with figs, dates and dark candi syrup to give it a little something extra. This brew was inspired the Trappist brewers of Belgium and is intended to warm the soul to let loose and throw away your inhibitions.
In a three-way collision between Rogue Ales, Pendleton Woolen Mills and America’s treasures, Rogue announces the release of four Pendleton Pale Ale cans, each dedicated to a National Park. Brewed with hops and malts grown on Rogue Farms in Oregon, Pendleton Pale Ale is a refreshing ode to Crater Lake, Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Mt. Rainier. Each park is honored with limited-edition cans inspired by Pendleton Woolen Mills’ National Parks Collection.
“The National Parks revolutionized the outdoors,” said Rogue President, Brett Joyce. “Rogue and our friends at Pendleton Woolen Mills collided to create Pendleton Pale Ale in a package that begs to be taken into the wild and shared with friends.”
“Pendleton joins Rogue Ales in a celebration of our National Parks. Pendleton Pale Ale in four stunning stripe graphics take their cue from Pendleton’s National Park Stripe blankets. Rogue’s tribute to the national parks adds a special splash to sharing good times while remembering our American treasures,” commented Mort Bishop, Pendleton President.
Six packs of Pendleton Pale Ale National Parks 12oz. cans are available now at select retail locations in Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, and Arizona. They can also be found at select Pendleton stores and Rogue pubs. Find cans near you using Rogue’s Beer Finder. For more information visit Rogue.com and Pendleton-USA.com.
Ah, the change of seasons. A time of transition where decisions are made, plans are executed and the air of full of endless possibilities. After coming out of a season of hibernation, the best days are spent relaxing next to a body of water or spending time outside with friends. That is what this beer of the week embodies. Atwater Brewery’s year-round “Life’s Better Choices IPA” offers a beautifully burnt orange colored American IPA which tastes like a job well-done or a decision well-made. There is absolutely no guilt in enjoying this combination of well-balanced malts and resin radiating hop characteristics.
Need help making a big decision? Sit back with this delightful brew and let the wind tell you the way.
It is no surprise that many Pittsburghers have fallen head over heels for Rhinegeist, since making it’s way to the ‘Burgh only a few months ago. As Rhinegeist has made its way to draft houses, bars, taprooms and shelves alike, beer drinkers have been able to enjoy the year-round classics that Rhinegeist holds as their staple beers. Fortunately for us, there are a few more brews to be had. Streaker and Puma are Rhinehgeist’s latests offerings, gives craft beer lovers a taste of summer with this IPA and pilsner.
Streaker, an IPA is the newest offering in Rhinegeist’s Power Pale series which is available starting June 1 in cans. This crowd soured IPA is dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic hops that wake up the pallette with a lively, yet intimate and wildly exposed jaunt – flaunting tropical fruit, dank, pineapple and mango acrobatics.
Puma, an elegant and subtle pilsner has a hoppy feel that helps to balance the bready malts. Like any true pilsner, the golden brilliance has floral aromatics that punctuate every last sip.
Be on the look out for “Druncle,” an imperial mild and “Peach Dodo” in the coming months!
Rogue Farms holds a special place in our collective beer-filled hearts. We’vemademultipletripsout to the Independence, Oregon, farmstead to learn about the science and culture of growing hops at Rogue’s 52-acre yard; the farm also cultivates everything from marionberries and pumpkins to hazelnuts and honey, all of which is used in the craft brewing and distilling of Rogue Ales and Spirits. Rogue Beer Farmer Cher Gillson has become a special envoy for the CBB Nation (which is not unlike the Rogue Nation), providing this trade website with not only vast amounts of beer farming knowledge every time we see her (or e-mail her), but also food, shelter and copious amounts of craft delicacies every time we visit. Watch Gillson both above and below teach us about the hop farming process.