New Beer: Ballast Pt, New Belgium, Logboat, Goodwood

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Ballast Point Orange Vanilla Fathom
Our Orange Vanilla Fathom India Pale Lager continues our quest for exploration. The piney and citrus hop aromas of our Fathom IPL combines with sweet orange and creamy vanilla – while staying true to classic lagering techniques. Brewed with a touch of nostalgia, it may remind you of a childhood treat, but this one is just for adults.

New Belgium Transatlantique Kriek
Transatlantique Kriek begins its life in oaken vessels of Gert Christiaens’ Oud Beersel, a 130-year-old lambic brewery in the Zenne valley of Belgium – home of authentic Lambic beer. After time spent aging in wood, Oud Beersel’s lambic is blended with tart Polish cherries and shipped across the Atlantic to New Belgium. In concert with Oud Beersel’s cherry lambic, or Kriek, we blend an equal portion of golden sour ale matured for 1 – 3 years in our oak vessels called foeders. 50% Sour Golden Ale blended with 50% Traditional Cherry Lambic Ale leads to an intense cherry nose, a sour flash across the palate and a refreshing, mouthwatering finish. Now in its 14th yearly release, Transatlantique Kriek is an American Craft Beer legend waiting to be poured.

Logboat Yeah Buoy
Collaboration with 4 Hands. Brewed with Simcoe, Amarillo and Cascade hops, this bright lager has notes of fruit and pine resin. “We’re going to a place where everybody kick it. Kick it, kick it…yeah that’s the ticket.” Come along and ride on this cantastic voyage.

Goodwood Red Wine Barrel Saison
Goodwood Red Wine Barrel Saison is aged in a variety of wine casks, adding distinct and changing variances to each batch. This beer for all seasons is enchantingly complex with notes of toasted oak, subtle fruit, barley and, of course, red wine – a truly one-of-a-kind taste experience that will turn your expectations sideways.

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