New Beer: 4 Hands, Schlafly, Weihenstephaner, Bur Oak

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4 Hands Contact High Juiced
The popular Pale Wheat Ale first arrived in 2012. It pours bright orange and is full of big citrus off the nose. The hop profile includes “copious” amounts of Pacific Northwest Hops and is dry hopped with fresh orange zest. The new variant is JUICED up with tangerine juice and zest, giving it a big citrusy aroma and crisp hop.

Schlafly Coconut Creme Ale
Coconut Creme Ale is brewed with fire-roasted coconuts to create this hazy, golden dessert beer yielding a sweet, smooth malty flavor.

Weihenstephaner Braupakt – collab with Sierra Nevada
This naturally cloudy amber Hefeweizen has a firm, creamy head and reveals fragrances of peach, apricot and citrus on the nose. The initial impression on the palate is of a bouquet of aromas, including subtle touches of banana plus refreshing grapefruit from the American Chinook hops. The fruity peach and apricot notes from the Amarillo hops are balanced by the gentle sweetness of the caramel malt. The beer has a delicate tartness that melds into a harmonious mouthfeel on the finish.

Bur Oak Lily
Cream ale with orange and raspberry. Some say that it almost tastes like an orange dreamsicle. Full-bodied and smooth, Lily has a soft finish.