Hershey, Pennsylvania’s Tröegs Independent Brewery has announced its latest IPA, Lucky Holler. The 6.8% abv hazy ale is part of the brewery’s Hop Cycle series and is made with Citra, Simcoe, and Galaxy hops. Lucky Holler was developed through the brewery’s small-batch Scratch series before the brewing team settled on the final recipe. The beer is rolling out now and will be available through fall in 12-ounce bottles and cans, and on draft throughout Tröegs’ distribution footprint.
Dallas, Texas-based Deep Ellum has released Hop Seeker West Coast IPA, the first in a new series of IPAs from the brewery. The 7.3% abv ale is brewed with Mosaic hops sourced from the Pacific Northwest and is now available throughout Texas in 6-packs of 12-ounce cans and on draft.
Cigar City Brewing is introducing a new ready-to-drink cocktail, Paper Plane, produced in collaboration with fellow Tampa company Dark Door Spirits. Paper Plane begins as Cigar City’s Citrus Siesta Golden Ale, and then sees the addition of pink and red grapefruit, lemon, and Dark Door’s Ibisco Amaro. It will be available in 4-packs of 12-ounce cans at Cigar City’s taproom and Dark Door’s distillery this month for a limited time.
South Carolina-based Total Beverage Solution has added Double Dutch Drinks, a line of tonics and mixers, to its portfolio. Double Dutch was founded by Dutch twins Joyce and Raissa de Haas and forgoes quinine in many of its tonics and mixers, which have 20 calories per 100-ml. The brand will be available in select markets beginning this fall with an SRP of $7 per 4-pack.
Information courtesy of Shanken News Daily