Colorado’s Breckenridge Brewery has unveiled King’s Dish, the latest beer in its Small Batch series. Billed as a Burton ale-style brew, King’s Dish is made with English malts and will be available for a limited time in select markets, sold in four-packs of 12-ounce bottles and on draft. The 7.8%-abv entry joins previous launches 471 Small Batch IPA and 72 Imperial in Breckenridge’s Small Batch lineup, which showcases full-flavored beers with relatively high alcohol-by-volume.
Houston’s Saint Arnold Brewing Co. has added 5 O’Clock Pils to its year-round lineup. First created in 2013 as part of Saint Arnold’s limited edition Icon Series, 5 O’Clock is a Bohemian Pils-style lager brewed with Saaz hops, a varietal traditionally grown in the Czech Republic. The 5.2%-abv entry is currently available in 12-ounce cans and on draft throughout Texas, Louisiana and Florida. 5 O’Clock Pils marks Saint Arnold’s first year-round lager, joining Amber Ale, Ale Wagger Brown, Weedwacker and Fancy Lawnmower, among others, in the brewer’s core portfolio.
California’s Bear Republic Brewing Co. has added Pace Car Racer session IPA to its year-round lineup. Formerly a draft-only brew, Pace Car (4% abv) is now rolling out nationally in six packs of 12-ounce bottles as well as in kegs. Bear Republic, based in Sonoma County, is known for its core Racer 5 IPA, which has helped establish the company as the 44th-largest craft brewer nationwide, according to the Brewers Association.
Asheville, North Carolina-based Green Man Brewery is launching Sunseeker Pils this May. Made with 100% Pilsner malt and German hops, Sunseeker is billed as a light-bodied beer targeted toward the summer season. The brew—which marks Green Man’s first packaged lager—will be available in 12-ounce bottled six-packs throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida.
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