The Bruery Announces 2017 Release Calendar

23 January 2017

From The Bruery:

We have a done a bit of an overhaul on our 2017 anticipated beer releases for distribution. If you reside in one of our 29 distributed states, keep an eye out for our many releases throughout this year.

Highlights include brand new year-rounds, new beer series, tri-annual seasonals from Bruery Terreux, and a monumental release of several barrel-aged beers that have never seen distribution before. With all these new releases also comes a tighter limit on the availability of some favorites. Don’t forget, you can always use our Beer Locator to help you find our creations in your area. These beers will see distribution to our national footprint in 750 mL bottles and a small amount of draft.

Keep in mind we have a slew of even smaller special releases that only our Society members are privy to. If you’re a local friend of ours interested in trying even more small releases from us, don’t miss our Tasting Room releases, which you can find out about easily by signing up for our Tasting Room newsletter.

The highlights

Brand new beers: Mischief® 2017, The Order™, 10 Lords-A-Leaping™, Frucht™ series (six variants to be revealed), a summertime gose-inspired beer as one of three seasonals for Bruery Terreux, Share This™ series (two variants), Funky Buddha collaboration, Mash™ with a special ingredient, Hoppy Obligations™ hop-focused series (four variants to be revealed, draft only in very limited supply and regions)

New to distribution: White Chocolate™, Mélange No. 3, Sans Pagaie®

Returning brands: Or Xata™, Jardinier™, Autumn Maple®, The Bruery anniversary ale, So Happens It’s Tuesday™, Saison Rue®, Beret®, Tart of Darkness®, Oude Tart®, Sour in the Rye®, Humulus Terreux™, Gypsy Tart™

On break from distribution: Rueuze®, Humulus Lager®, White Oak, Trade Winds™, Hottenroth® Berliner Weisse, Tonnellerie series

Changes: Jardinier replacing Trade Winds summer seasonal; Humulus Terreux and Gypsy Tart are now seasonals, Beret returns to barrels for aging (instead of foeders) for more regular availability

Seasonals: Spring — Or Xata 2017 & Humulus Terreux (Mosaic), Summer — Jardinier and Bruery Terreux’s yet to be named rose-colored, gose-inspired beer/wine hybrid incorporating red grapes; Fall — Autumn Maple & Gypsy Tart, Winter — 10 Lords-A-Leaping.

The details

Year-round releases: Mischief, The Order, Frederick H., Saison Rue, Beret (in limited supply)


The Bruery Mischief 2017 with Citra & Motueka — new recipe/label

2017 Mischief reveals a new dry-hopping plan and a brand new label, both of which will change each year, every year. The 2017 edition of Mischief features Citra and Motueka hops, adding fresh citrus and tropical notes to the ripe, fruity character of the crisp, dry and effervescent Belgian-style GABF Gold Medalist. 2017 Mischief’s label showcases its gold medal achievement, a new color palette in deep green and gold, and plenty of hop graphics in its new design.

ABV: 8.5%, 750 mL bottles & draft

The Bruery The Order — new beer

A brand new, year-round release from The Bruery, The Order summons The Bruery’s characterful house yeast strain, dates, and a touch of coriander spicing for a Belgian-style amber that’s sure to satisfy fans of darker abbey ales ripe with dark fruit notes. This release introduces a new diecut reminiscent of abbey windows to the Famille Rue lineup.

ABV: 10.6%, 750 mL bottles & draft

Bruery Terreux Frederick H. — new beer

Frederick Hottenroth was a great inventor, and he happened to be Partrick Rue’s grandfather. His namesake carries on in this low-ABV tart wheat beer that is 100% fermented in American-made oak foeders with brettanomyces and lactobacillus. This brand new year-round from Bruery Terreux boasts a bright acidity and a tropical, fruity aroma and flavor. The label art features blueprints of Frederick’s inventions, complete with his signature.

ABV: 4.4%, 750 mL bottles & draft

Barrel-aged releases (very limited supply): White Chocolate, Mélange No. 3, Saule anniversary ale 100% aged in bourbon barrels (Saule is French for “willow”), Mash with a special ingredient, So Happens It’s Tuesday, Tart of Darkness, Sans Pagaie, Oude Tart, Sour in the Rye


The Bruery White Chocolate – new to distribution
This bourbon barrel-aged wheatwine-style ale made a fanciful trip to the chocolatier and returned with luscious flavors of white chocolate – hence the name. White Chocolate is a rewarding summons to the senses – beginning with its golden appearance and finishing with warming, white chocolate-like flavors. This is accomplished by adding cacao nibs from TCHO and fresh vanilla beans to The Bruery’s bourbon barrel-aged wheatwine-style ale, complementing the rich notes of coconut, honey, caramel and vanilla from extensive barrel-aging.

The Bruery Mélange No. 3 – new to distribution
Mélange No. 3 is a blend of three bourbon barrel aged strong ales. White Oak Sap, The Bruery’s Anniversary Series old ale, and Black Tuesday join forces in this luxurious strong ale that links some of the best characteristics of each of the contributing beers. Chocolate, dark fruits, oaky vanilla and rich toffee-like character reach through the bourbon veneer for an intensely satisfying quaff.

Bruery Terreux Sans Pagaie – new to distribution

Sans Pagaie is inspired by the Belgian-style kriek, which is a traditional, sour blonde ale aged in barrels with cherries. The word “kriek” actually translates to “cherry” in the Flemish language, so the clever moniker, Sans Pagaie, translates from French to without a paddle. The base beer has a subtle funk, which melds gently with the fruit giving this beer flavors reminiscent of coconut, vanilla yogurt and, of course, fresh cherries.

Series beers: Frucht (six releases), Share This (two releases), Humulus Terreux (spring), 12 Days of Christmas (winter), Hoppy Obligations (limited release, draft only)


Bruery Terreux Frucht — six variations to be revealed throughout 2017

This Berlin-style tart wheat beer starts its journey in Bruery Terreux’s massive 250 BBL oak foeders, where American oak, brettanomyces, and lactobacillus develop bright tart and racy tropical notes. Each time this beer comes out of these oak towers, it partners up with a new type of fruit before completing its trek to you. Fruit treatments for 2017 include Frucht: Boysenberry, Frucht: Passion Fruit, and more to come. Each label is emblazoned with its fruit treatment and bright colors ABV range 4-5.5%, 750 mL bottles & draft


The Bruery Share This™ series — two new treatments to be revealed during 2017

The third and fourth treatments in this collaborative and charitable imperial stout series will once again focus on a specific region as the ingredient source and donation recipient. $1 from every bottle produced is donated to a carefully selected charity partner. The first 2017 release of Share This will feature chocolate and orange for ingredients, and spotlight its first domestic region: California. #sharethisbeer

ABV range: 11%, 750 mL bottles & draft


The Bruery Hoppy Obligations — new limited release, draft only, select markets

A new, rotating series of hoppy beers will be popping up in select markets under the “Hoppy Obligations” banner. It may be an imperial lager, a Vermont-style pale, a hoppy red, or another hoppy brew that doesn’t fit an exact style, but you know it will be delicious and consumed quickly.

We look forward to enjoying this year’s beers with you soon. Please note these releases are subject to change without notice. Happy 2017 to you!


Firestone Walker Bravo Imperial Brown Returns After 12-Years To Become First Vintage Beer in 12oz Format

imageWe actually brought you an early peek at this packaging back in Nov, and now this from Firestone Walker:

Paso Robles, CA: For the first time since its brewing inception more than a dozen years ago, Firestone Walker’s “Bravo” imperial brown ale is finally finding its way into the bottle, with a limited release set for early February across all Firestone Walker markets.

Along the way, Bravo ($9.99) launches the transition of all Firestone Walker Vintage Reserve barrel-aged beers from 22-ounce bombers to individually boxed 12-ounce bottles in 2017, to include longtime stalwarts such as Parabola and the annual Anniversary Ale.

Bravo: Back to The Future

Bravo was the first beer matured in retired spirits barrels by Brewmaster Matt Brynildson in late 2004, during the experimental stages of what would become Firestone Walker’s inaugural Anniversary Ale.

From day one, Bravo has epitomized Firestone Walker’s approach to barrel-aged beers. “At the time, most barrel-aged beers veered toward the sweeter side,” Brynildson said. “We wanted to make something more dry and lean that would really allow the true bourbon barrel character to pop.”

Bravo has remained one of the driest beers in Firestone Walker’s Vintage Reserve series of barrel-aged beers, and since day one has been considered a vital component in the annual blending of the Anniversary Ale, balancing out some of the stickier components.

“Coming out of stainless steel, Bravo is pretty bracing,” Brynildson said. “But when it goes into the barrel, it really mellows out, and the barrel character comes to the forefront.”

Another signature of Bravo is a lively malt quality that is maintained through Firestone Walker’s cold-storage of its barrel-aged beers. “It has this malt character that is surprisingly fresh,” he said. “There’s a ton of barrel character, and a lot of toffee and caramel. It has the flavor of things sweet, but without being cloying or oxidative.”

The Upside of Downsizing

Henceforth, all beers from Firestone Walker’s Vintage Reserve line of barrel aged beers will be bottled in the 12-ounce format, although total production of each beer remains the same.

“We’ve been thinking about doing this for a while now,” Brynildson said. “It’s something that a lot of people have been clamoring for, and we decided to finally pull the trigger.”

Brynildson noted that the primary benefit is the ability to enjoy a high-gravity, barrel-aged beer without committing to consuming a full 22-ounce bottle.

“With beers like this, a 12-ounce bottle is perfect for two reasonable servings,” he said.

He added, “The per-bottle price point becomes more palatable, and we can spread the same amount of beer farther so that more people can try it. It also makes it easier to drink one now and age another for later. It’s just a lot more flexible.”


Oskar Blues Brewery Hosts 20+ Food Trucks at Annual Competition and Music Festival Featuring Dr. Dog

imageFrom Oskar Blues:

BREVARD, NC - Oskar Blues Brewery is challenging more than twenty of the region's best food trucks to an epic TRUCK OFF at the REEB Ranch in Brevard, North Carolina and you're invited to judge. The annual Loaded Up and Truckin' Food Truck-Off and Aural Pleasure Fest returns April 15 with Dr. Dog headlining an ace lineup of music on the Ranch stage. Craft-beer-in-a-can and camping cap off a spring day that sets the bar seriously high for the summer festival season. Tickets go on sale February 1.

Long before Oskar Blues became the pioneering brewery of the craft-beer-in-a-can movement, 'Oskar Blues' was a place - a funky little brewpub in Lyons, CO serving up Cajun-inspired food alongside bluesy live music. The boundary crushing brewery has its roots in the Colorado restaurant business and brought that tradition to North Carolina with the Oskar Blues CHUBwagon food trucks. Operating two full-time mobile food kitchens of their own, Oskar Blues lives the food truck lifestyle and digs the food truck culture.

Loaded Up and Truckin' is a party, a festival, and a competition to showcase this culture. Food trucks push the culinary boundaries by bringing fresh, innovative, and delicious dishes straight to the people. You've seen food trucks near craft breweries, music venues, trailheads and festivals - Loaded Up and Truckin' brings all of this to one place.

So what in the heck is a "Truck Off?" Loaded Up and Truckin' assembles more than twenty food trucks - an impossible collection of the best grub on wheels. In addition to their full menus, each truck will serve a special menu item for festival goers who purchase a 'judges ticket' for $65. These hella lucky peeps get the exclusive chance to cram one-of-a-kind mobile kitchen creations from every truck into their faces. Once all judge-able dishes have been tasted, the people's court will preside over the judgment of the Truck-OFF Grand Champion. Smashbox Mobile Kitchen took home the trophy in 2016. Who will reign as Truck OFF Champion in 2017? The winning truck takes home a cool grand.

Not into passing judgement? A general admission ticket is also available for $35 so you can still git down to the tunes and purchase whatever food and beer you want with no refereeing responsibilities. Full menus from each food truck will be available for purchase and Oskar Blues will bring all the beers...all of them. Camping is available at the festival. Food? Beer? Camping? Checkity Check.

Last year's festival closed out with Charleston's Shovels and Rope.

We're stoked that this year's festival is headlined by Philadelphia psych-rockers,

Dr. Dog. Known for their compelling performances, the six-piece have been revered "for the deft, fluid interplay of their live shows, blending funk with roots-rock and psychedelia," by Rolling Stone. Their sound showcases an "unapologetic love of 1960s pop with a shambling indie-rock aesthetic," according to NPR, and they're bringing it to WNC. Nashville country darling, Nikki Lane, will also be stompin' the Truckin' stage. The self-proclaimed "First Lady of Outlaw Country," Lane has been making waves in the industry since she first entered the scene in 2011 and has been dazzling listeners with her kick-ass songwriting ever since.

Black Mountain faves, Floating Action (i.e. Seth Kauffman) are lauded as the "under-appreciated genius of the Asheville music scene," by NPR. Kauffman and co. blend folk, gospel, surf rock and soul for a distinct sound that makes for a killer show.

New WNC residents and musical power-couple Sarah Siskind and Travis Book (of The Infamous Stringdusters fame) will be bringing their roots rock side-project, Sarah Siskind & SUNLINER, to the festival also. Of Siskind, NPR says "her strong but vulnerable voice, her impeccable phrasing and her gently masterful guitar work make her an underexposed treasure," and she brings that all to SUNLINER. Called "a favorite Americana discovery," by Huffington Post, the trio have gained a reputation for putting on a transporting show replete with captivating songwriting and catchy melodies that is best described as country blues through a gritty, southern rock lens.

Have you heard of Abby the Spoon Lady? Well you're about to. Asheville busking group Fly By Night Rounders will be back out at the Ranch playing their foot stompin' mix of ragtime, bluegrass, honky tonk and jazz. Local old-school funk and R&B outfit, The Soul Magnetics, will also be joining the all-star crew of musicians at Loaded Up and Truckin'. The group plays catchy, groove-heavy funk reminiscent of such legends as James Brown or George Porter Jr.

Tickets and schedule information for Loaded Up and Truckin' Food Truck Off and Aural Pleasure Fest can be found online at General admission tickets are $35 and include admission into the REEB Ranch for the music and access to all the food trucks. Think you've got what it takes to choose the best food truck? A judge's ticket is $65 and includes admission to the site, a free small-plate from each truck, and a ballot to make your vote count for the truck off. In addition, tent camping is available for $20/per person. A limited number of creek-side car-camping spots are available for $100 (max of four people per spot). Tickets go on sale February 1. The Oskar Blues trolley will be shuttling festival-goers to and from Oskar Blues Brewery in Brevard. Here's a first look at some of the trucks that will be participating:

Food Truck Lineup:

More TBA

Oskar Blues CHUBwagon

Oskar Blues CHUBwagon CANtina
Amazing Pizza Co.
Appalachian Chic

Belly Up Food Truck
Blue Smoke BBQ
Bun Intended
Chameleon Catering and Mobile Food Co.
The Grubbery Food Truck
Out of The Blue Peruvian Fusion Cuisine
The Real Food Truck
Root Down

Shakti Shiva


Stone / Odell / Marbel Release Megawheat Double IPA Collaboration

imageWe brought you an early peek at this beer back in Nov, and now it’s hitting the streets…this from Stone:

Shipping out across the country starting today, we give you: Marble / Odell / Stone Megawheat Double IPA.
We joined forces with our friends from
Marble Brewery and Odell Brewing Co, got a whole mess of "M" hops and cranked it all up to 11. You may feel the urge to smash the bottle. Don't. That's what guitars are for.


Hoppin’ Frog - Bourbon Barrel Aged Turbo Shandy Citrus Ale Coming 1/28


imageFrom Hoppin’ Frog:

Join us at Hoppin' Frog Brewery this Saturday for the release of
Bourbon Barrel Aged Turbo Shandy Citrus Ale!
ABV: 7.0% | IBU: 7.3

Born from European tradition, our barrel aged shandy is a refreshing combination of lemon and light malt flavors. Unlike traditional shandy’s, Turbo Shandy revs it up a couple notches with a high test, full flavored approach as only Hoppin’ Frog can do! Barrels used in each batch can be determined by the cap color on the bottle.


Rahr & Sons Brewing Cans Beers with a Redesigned Look & Debuts New IPA This Spring

imageWe brought you a peek already, and now the full details from Rahr & Sons:

JANUARY 23, 2017 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS As Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. shifts its focus from bottles to cans, the craft brewery is also rolling out a new look for its year-round beers and some seasonal offerings. This year, Rahr’s Blonde, Texas Red and Ugly Pug, as well as Iron Thistle, Summertime Wheat, Oktoberfest, Winter Warmer and a new beer, Dadgum IPA, will get a brand new look and be available in cans – many for the first time.
Rahr & Sons decided to transition the majority of its commercial releases from bottles to cans as the canned craft beer trend continues to grow. An update to the branding of fan-favorite beers was a natural next step. The new cans feature a shield design first used on cans of Pride of Texas pale ale, which was initially released in 2014 and well-received by consumers.

Rahr & Sons’ creative director Jeff Wood, who designs the company’s products and packaging, was inspired by classic can designs of the ‘60s and ‘70s to create a crisp, clean and eye-catching design that would help streamline the company’s branding. He kept each beer’s signature color when creating the new cans to make consumers’ transition from bottles to cans as seamless as possible.

“The nice thing about designing cans over bottle labels is the full 360-degree template. You can wrap the entire package into your design,” said Wood. “I also like the way the ink pops off the curved, metallic aluminum surface of cans that makes them jump off the shelf.” 

Shelves soon will be stocked with Rahr & Sons’ newest beer, Dadgum IPA, which will be released in April in cans and on draft. Dadgum IPA will be Rahr & Sons’ first commercial release of an American, West Coast-inspired India pale ale. The beer will have flavors of Citra and Lemondrop hops and lively bitterness with intense notes of fresh cut pine and tropical fruit.


Sole Artisan Ales Planning Bar & Brewery In Easton, PA

From the Morning Call:

Sole Bar + Bottle is expected to open in April at 101 Northampton St., near the Free Bridge. The under-construction space previously housed two storefronts, a hair salon and jewelry shop.

Building owner Peter Georgoutsos, who’s already refurbished the upstairs apartments, is handling a bulk of the renovations, which includes a new arched interior connection, Fay said.

On one side, there will be tables and a 40-foot-long bar serving about 10 draft beers, state-made wine and spirits and possibly nitro coffee, Fay said.

The other side will house a bottle shop, where customers can refill growlers and buy Sole beer in bottles and cans.

There won’t be a kitchen, but the company is looking to offer food by partnering with More Than Q at the Easton Public Market, Fay said.


Tennessee Brew Works Tripel Star Coming 1/26

imageFrom Tennessee Brew Works:

NASHVILLE, TN .—Celebrate Tennessee Beer! Tennessee has changed their ABV laws and now local breweries are able to finally spread their wings and brew the beers the way they want!

Harnessing the yeast of the legendary Westmalle Abbey, a traditional Trappist brewery in Belgium, Tennessee Brew Works has created Tripel Star, a traditional Belgian-style tripel with a touch of Tennessee character.

Join Tennessee Brew Works for the Tripel Star Belgian-style Tripel release party at the Tennessee Brew Works Taproom on Jan 26. The taproom will be open from 5:00 – 10:00 pm, and the tapping will take place at 6:00 pm.

Chef Jay will be cooking some delicious eats to pair with the occasion, and, since it’s Nashville, there will be live music throughout the night!

Other Tripel Star Releases

So come thirsty and let’s celebrate Tennessee beer!


Sierra Nevada Announces Voluntary Recall of Select 12oz Bottles For Glass Packaging Flaw

22 January 2017

imageFrom Sierra Nevada:

MILLS RIVER, NC, Jan. 22, 2017- Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. today announced a voluntary recall of select 12-ounce bottles that may contain a glass packaging flaw.  This recall comes after quality inspections at the company's Mills River, North Carolina, brewery detected a very limited number of bottles with a flaw that may cause a small piece of glass to break off and possibly fall into the bottle, creating a risk for injury. The recall applies to product purchased in the Midwest, Southern and East Coast states listed below.

"While we believe this concern impacts roughly 1 in every 10,000 (0.01-%) of our bottles packaged during this time," says Mike Bennett, Chief Supply Chain Officer, "Sierra Nevada has set the standard for quality in the craft brewing industry since 1980 & we have decided to take this precaution to ensure the safety of our consumers. To date, we have not received any consumer reports of injuries resulting from the potentially affected bottles and we are working with our supplier to determine the root cause of the issue."

The beer affected by this recall includes those brands listed below with a packaging date that falls within the range with a code of "M" (Mills River) and not "C" (Chico), which is all information that can be found printed on the packaging or shoulder of the bottle:

  • Pale Ale 12-ounce bottles in 6-, 12- and 24-pack (cases) packaged 12/5/16-1/8/17
  • Beer Camp Golden IPA 12-ounce bottles in 6- and 12-pack (cases) packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Sidecar Orange Pale Ale 12-ounce bottles in 6- and 12-pack (cases) packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Torpedo Extra IPA 12-ounce bottles in 6- and 12-pack (cases) packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Tropical Torpedo 12-ounce bottles in 6-packs packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Nooner 12-ounce bottles in 6-packs packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Hop Hunter 12-ounce bottles in 6- and 12-pack (cases) packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17
  • Otra Vez 12-ounce bottles in 6-packs packaged 12/5/16-1/13/17

The recall applies to product purchased in the following Midwest, Southern and East Coast states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin and West Virginia.

Sierra Nevada has stopped distributing all affected beer.  The company is actively working with distributor and retail partners to remove this beer from retail shelves and hold any further shipments.  Consumers who have purchased beer within the scope of this recall will be eligible for full compensation of the purchase price and are advised not to drink it and to dispose of the beer.  A website has been set up for updates on the recall and to report purchase at

No other Sierra Nevada products are affected by this recall.


New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Special Release Juicy Mandarina IPA 22oz Bottles

We brought you a peek at this beer already, but now we get to see the bottle label.  This is New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Special Release Juicy Mandarina IPA.  This unfiltered IPA uses Australian Galaxy hops and the beer will hit 6.5%-AbV.  This is the 22oz bottle and stay tuned here for release details.


Firestone Walker - 2017 Parabola 12oz Bottles

Today we get to see Firestone Walker 2017 Parabola.  This barrel-aged imperial stout will hit 14.5%-AbV and 69 IBU and it will be released in 12oz bottles (8000 cases).  Stay tuned for release details.


Pizza Port Brewing - Fish IPA, Ponto SIPA, Swami’s IPA And Bacon & Eggs 16oz Cans

Here’s an exciting new can coming from Pizza Port Brewing.  This is Fish IPA and you’re looking at the new 16oz can.  This beer will swim in at 7.5%-AbV and stay tuned here for release details.   We also have Swami’s IPA (6.8%-AbV), Ponto SIPA (4.5%-AbV) and Bacon & Eggs imperial coffee porter (8.5%-AbV).



High Water Brewing - Aphotic Imperial Porter

This is Aphotic Imperial Porter from High Water Brewing in San Jose, CA.  This beer will swim in at 9.3%-AbV and you’re looking at the 22oz bottle.


Santa Maria Brewing - Mex-Y-Cali Mexican-Style Lager

This is Mex-Y-Cali from Santa Maria Brewing in Santa Maria, CA.  This Mexican-style lager hits 4.8%-AbV and 23 IBU and it will be paclkaged in 12oz & 22oz bottles & kegs.


Goose Island - Summertime Kolsch 12oz Cans

This morning we get to see a new can coming from Goose Island.  This is Summertime Kolsch and this German-style Kolsch will hit 5.1%-AbV and 21 IBU.  This beer will be packaged in 12oz cans and stay tuned for summer release details.


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