Seattle, Washington-based Pyramid Brewing has launched its latest seasonal, Subliminal State Hazy Pale Ale. The 5.4% abv ale is brewed with a heavy dose of wheat in the grain bill, plus Denali, Citra, and Amarillo hops. The beer is available through the rest of the spring in 6- and 12-packs of 12-ounce bottles and 22-ounce bottles throughout the brewery’s distribution footprint. Pyramid Brewing is a part of the FIFCO USA portfolio, along with Magic Hat and Genesee, among other brands.
Longmont, Colorado-based Oskar Blues Brewery has announced its latest Can-O-Bliss IPA and a new lager, Slow Chill. The 7.2% hazy Can-O-Bliss ale is brewed with Strata, Eureka, Cashmere, Enigma, and Hallertau Blanc hops to create a citrusy, fruit-forward beer. Slow Chill is a Helles-style lager at 5% abv and is made with Pilsner and Vienna malt, plus Noble hops. The new Can-O-Bliss is available on draft, in 6- and 12-packs of 12-ounce cans, and in Oskar Blues’ CANundrum 15-pack. Slow Chill will be available from May 15 in 6-packs of 12-ounce cans.
High Noon hard seltzer, part of the E.&J. Gallo portfolio, is adding Lime and Peach flavors to its range this month. The High Noon flavors are available in 4-packs, 8-packs, and 12-packs, priced at $2.50 for single cans, $10 for 4-packs, $19 for 8-packs, and $28 for 12-packs. A variety 8-pack will be added in June.
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