New York’s Bronx Brewery has introduced a new imperial rye IPA, Rye Fidelity. Part of Bronx’s B-Side series of limited brews, Rye Fidelity is at 8.1% abv and is available on draft through April. Bronx Brewery, which produced 7,350 barrels in 2015, has a year-round lineup including American Pale Ale, Belgian Pale Ale, Rye Pale Ale and Session IPA.
Asheville, North Carolina-based Green Man Brewery is bringing back its popular Rainmaker Double IPA in April. The 9.3%-abv offering is brewed with Columbus, Simcoe, Citra and Chinook hops. Rainmaker will be available this year in four-packs of 12-ounce bottles at select retailers throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Boston-based Harpoon Brewery has unveiled Camp Wannamango, its first new summer seasonal in 16 years. Rolling out this month, Camp Wannamango is a tropical-inspired pale ale brewed with mango. The 5%-abv seasonal will be available through August in 12-ounce bottles, 12-ounce and 16-ounce cans and on draft. Camp Wannamango joins Celtic Red, The Long Thaw White IPA, Winter Warmer, Octoberfest and Imperial Pumpkin in Harpoon’s existing seasonal lineup.
Escondido, California’s Stone Brewing Co. has released the latest edition of its Enjoy By Black IPA. Debuting this week, Stone Enjoy By 05.04.16 Black IPA will be available in limited quantities across 23 states, available in 22-ounce bottles and on draft. The 9.4%-abv brew is intended to be consumed by May 4, at which time any remaining bottles will be removed from shelves. Launched in 2012, Stone Brewing’s Enjoy By series puts an emphasis on freshness, with each edition featuring a 35-day shelf life.
Salisbury, Maryland-based Evolution Craft Brewing Co. is extending availability of its Pinehople label. An IPA brewed with pineapple juice, Pinehople was previously offered only at Evolution’s taproom and brewpub. The 6.8%-abv brew will begin launching across the East Coast in 12-ounce bottled four- and six-packs and in kegs this April, with the Pennsylvania market also set to receive a 12-pack format. Evolution’s distribution currently spans Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., Delaware, central and south New Jersey, central Pennsylvania and greater Philadelphia.
Hood River, Oregon’s Full Sail Brewing Co. has released Session Mashup, a new variety 12-pack featuring a rotating selection of session brews. The pack’s inaugural selection includes Full Sail’s core Session Premium Lager, Session Wheat Premium Hefeweizen and Session IPA Premium Pale Ale, as well as its Session Cream Premium Summer Ale seasonal.
All information courtesy of Shanken News Daily