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Laurelwood Changes up Bottle Lineup with Winter Pale Ale

Laurelwood Changes up Bottle Lineup with Winter Pale Ale

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January 31, 2014

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Laurelwood Brewing is changing up their 22oz bottled beer offerings with a new "Pub Series" sput out of their existing Portland Pale Project. The first in the series is a "Winter Pale Ale" that will replace Free Range Red in 22oz bottles now that that beer is available in 12oz bottles and 6-packs.
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The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers to fight the cold, and tropical beers to flee it

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

I t’s a diverse week in beer, with bold boozy beers for cold weather, spiced beers for the winter season, tropical-themed beers to get away from those conditions, and a variety of IPA flavors that run from potent triple IPAs to milkshake-style sweet profiles and lower-alcohol session ales.

There’s a lot to try this weekend, whether while watching the Vikings in the playoffs, hitting a neighborhood brewery, making a day trip, or visiting special parties at the likes of Lift Bridge, Steel Toe, Bad Habit or elsewhere.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Beaver Island Axe Dragger MN IPA // Photo via Beaver Island Brewing Instagram

Beaver Island Axe Dragger

Out now, this new year-round offering from Beaver Island is made with Mighty Axe-grown hops and Minnesota-made malts. A 6.3% ABV, 59 IBU Minnesota IPA featuring Centennial, Cascade, and Julius hops. On draft and in cans.

Clutch Saturnalia

A fitting beer for Minnesota winter, this is a cranberry juniper pale ale. “[It] is a perfect balance of Simcoe and Centennial hops, Juniper Berries, and Cranberry puree,” Clutch says.

Indeed Wooden Soul: Malus

The latest Wooden Soul series release is a sour red aged for 18 months on apple pomace from leftover Milk & Honey Cider pressings.

Steel Toe Size 11 Triple IPA // Photo via Steel Toe Brewing Facebook

Steel Toe Size 11

Available at noon tomorrow, Jan. 11, Size 11 triple IPA returns. “Aromas of ripe Tuscan melon, honey dew and citrus explode at first sniff. Built on the same back bone as Size 7, but doubled in all aspects with some hop modifications. Malt sweetness up front, with a full mouthfeel, give way to ridiculously copious layering of hops. Wave after wave of citrus peel, grapefruit, honey dew melon and guava are pronounced from aroma, to flavor, to finishing bitternessm” Steel Toe says. 11.15% ABV, 111 IBU.

Town Hall Cherry Grand Cru

The Showcase of Sippers is back this month, with Town Hall Brewery featuring a total of five big beers (both barrel-aged beers and their non-aged counterparts). Aged on cherries, this strong Belgian-style ale has big fruit notes and a big 9.9% ABV.


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