New Beer: Schlafly, Sierra Nevada, Old Bakery, Bell’s

Schlafly Northeast IPA

This juicy and hazy style was developed by some smaller breweries in New England a few years back, basically its a lower IBU unfiltered double IPA. Still has huge dry hop aroma but doesn’t kill your pallet with bitterness.

Sierra Nevada Bigfoot

Bigfoot is a beast of a beer, brimming with bold flavors of bittersweet malt and heaps of aggressive whole-cone Pacific Northwest hops. First introduced in the winter of 1983, Bigfoot is a cult-classic beer brewed in the barleywine style, meaning a strong, robust, bruiser of a beer with the refined intensity of a wine. Bigfoot is prized by beer collectors for its supreme cellarability. Under the proper conditions, it can age like a fine wine, developing new flavors and character as it matures in the bottle. Each new release or “expedition” is vintage dated. Collect your own and see the flavors develop and progress.

Sierra Nevada Experimental Hop Pack

We’re always on the hunt for exciting hop flavors, and recently our search led us to the Pacific Northwest and straight to the source of bold new hops. These varietals are so new, they are only known by numbers, but they just might be the next big thing in beer. Jump in with us, and get acquainted with these cutting-edge experimental hops in four new hop-heavy beers.

3 cans each of Experimental Hop IPA, Experimental Hop Session IPA, Experimental Hop Double IPA, and Experimental Hop Pilsner.

Old Bakery Centennial White IPA

We brewed an unfiltered single-hop IPA to highlight a couple of our favorite ingredients: Centennial hops and Illinois-grown raw wheat.

Bell’s Larry’s Latest Sour Ale

The name “Larry’s Latest” is a nod to the spirit of innovation and experimentation that Larry started in 1985 and continues within the brewery to this day. Our latest sour recipe has a refreshingly bright, citrusy tartness combined with pungent tropical aromas.