Friday, August 7, 2009

Great Divide August brewery releases

Great Divide recently released it's August newsletter. Great Divide has been extremely busy this year rolling out new release after new release and the pace is not slowing down so far. Below is a clipping from their newsletter highlighting some of their upcoming beer releases.

"We’ve brought you a lot of new beers this year—from Claymore and Espresso Oak Aged Yeti to Belgica, Dunkel Weiss and beyond—and this month we’ll release the final two offerings in our new seasonal schedule: Hoss and Tripel.

Hoss is our first commercially released lager, based on the Märzen/Oktoberfest beers of Germany, but with the unique addition of rye, which adds just a hint of spiciness to the beer’s richly malty yet crisp and quaffable character. We think Hoss makes a great late-summer beer, and it’ll be available in six-packs through October 1 for your enjoyment.

Tripel is our nod to the classic strong abbey ales of Belgium, bursting with fruity yeast character and boasting a dangerous level of drinkability. Tripel will be available in 22-ounce bottles through October 1.

Thanks to all of you loyal fans, this year has been so successful for us that we’re expanding yet again; this month we’ll take delivery of two new 100-barrel fermenters, which will increase our production capacity by 15 percent. You all are keeping us super busy, and we love it.

Stay tuned over the next few months for Hibernation, Fresh Hop and the newest batch of our Stranahan’s Whiskey-barrel-aged beers…"

Related articles:
- Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout review
- Great Divide Hades Ale review
- Great Divide St. Bridget's Porter review

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