Thursday, May 13th, 2021

Peaks and Pints New Beers in Stock: 5.13.21


Peaks and Pints New Beers in Stock: 5.13.21

Happy Thursday! Peaks and Pints New Beers in Stock 5.13.21 has more than enough new craft beer arrivals to keep you busy this weekend.

Bale Breaker Brewing Mount Saint Humulus: The longtime fan-favorite triple IPA and winner of the Washington Hop Mob in 2020, is now in cans! This year’s batch smells like a fresh bag of the finest Yakima Valley hops: citrus, tropical, blueberry, apricot, floral and grassy aromas with smooth bitterness, 10%

Cascade Brewing Barrel House Blueberry: A blend of sour triple and blond ales aged in Pinot Noir barrels for up to 2 years with fresh Oregon-grown blueberries, 8.3%

Cascade Cosmosaic: Sour blond ale aged in oak barrels for up to 10 months followed by a late addition of Mosaic hops, bringing hoppy harmony to the cosmic complexity of sour beer, 4.4%

Crux Fermentation Project Party of Clowns: Hazy IPA brewed with Citra, Cascade, and a hop so new it doesn’t even have a name for juicy melon and citrus notes, plus a soft bitter finish, 6.9%

E9 Brewing Donna Of Time: Massively dry hopped double IPA fermented with slightly hazy British Ale yeast, then dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Rakau, and Motueka hops, 8%

E9 Ghost Within: Inspired by Orange Wine, Ghost Within is a slightly hazy IPA with heavy hop characteristics of grapefruit, citrus, mango, and peppery gooseberry, 6%

E9 Kissa Me: A collaboration with Double Mountain Brewing, this grisette is supremely crushable and can conditioned, 4.8%

E9 Loopzilla: West Coast IPA brewed and heavily dry-hopped with multiple “C” hops adding massive notes of stone fruit and spicy lemon, orange, and grapefruit citrus, 6%

E9 Relative Ways: West Coast style IPA brewed with a majority of 2-row malted barley, a large amount of Marris Otter and flaked oats, then dry hopped with El Dorado, Bru-1, Mosaic, and Idaho-7 hops to give big notes of pear, tropical fruit, pineapple, and watermelon aromatics, 7.1%

E9 Running Free: IPA brewed and heavily dry hopped with a mix of American and Southern Hemisphere hops imparting flavors and aromatics of citrus, peach-apricot stone fruit, and tropical, 6.8%

Ex Novo Brewing De-Vine: Spontaneously fermented wine/beer hybrid fermented with Malbec grapes from the Columbia River Gorge and aged in used Pinot barrels for one year before blending, 8.1%

Little Beast Brewing Wolf Camp: Belgo-American saison brewed with dry saison yeast, plus dry hopped for tropical and stone fruit aromas and flavor of El Dorado hops, 6.1%

Lucky Envelope Brewing Coconut Coffee: Imperial stout brewed with almost 100 pounds of freshly toasted coconut and Seven Coffee Roasters’ dark Roaster’s Choice coffee blend for notes of vanilla, cocoa, and pear from the coffee and creamy young coconut, 11%

Midnight Sun Brewing Berserker: Vicious and viscous, this red wine and whiskey barrel-aged imperial stout offers notes of whiskey, chewy red wine, dark fruit and lavish tobacco, 12.7%

Midnight Sun Leche Robusta: Horchata inspired milk stout, 7%

Midnight Sun The Curse: Before the pandemic, the fine folks from local craft beer bars CaskCades, Rainier Growlers, and Full Throttle Bottles flew to Anchorage and brewed The Curse barrel-aged barleywine at Midnight Sun Brewing. Aged in Port and Cognac barrels, this appropriately named beer has notes of toffee, raisin, Cognac with slight smoke, 12%

Old Schoolhouse Brewing Epiphany Pale: A medium-bodied pale with moderate bitterness, slight caramel malt flavor, and citrusy hop aroma, 6%

Short Throw Brewing Perpetual Night: Viscous imperial stout brewed with a chocolate forward malt base, then adorned with Vermont maple syrup, tons of toasted coconut, and coffee, 12.3%

Sig Brewing Pilscifer Contraposition: Clean yet assertive New American pilsner dry hopped with Strata to coerce beautiful floral and fruity notes atypical to a traditional pilsner, 5.5%

Structures Brewing Double West Coast IPA: Dank hop profile reminiscent of the mid-2000s with notes of white peach and a bright crisp hop profile of Strata, Citra, and Columbus, 8%

Structures Junior: Pale ale brewed with Amarillo and Simcoe for a light, dry, floral, lemony, and a little herbal hop flavor, 4%

Wander Brewing Mango Antlers: Brewed with wheat, oats, loads of Citra, and fermented with mangos, this hazy IPA hits the nose with tons of mango, followed by citrus, pineapple, and hint of banana, 6.6%

Wander This Must Be The Place: Wander’s seventh anniversary hazy double IPA is packed full of Azacca, Mosaic, Citra, Idaho 7, and Simcoe for huge, dank, and orange juice vibrations, 8.2%

Wayfinder Beer Fortuna Altbier: Düsseldorf-style altbier hopped with Spalter Select for beautiful malt flavor with a touch of roast and a big noble hop character, 5.5%

Wayfinder Kollaps: This Kölsch follows the historic recipe for a clear and yellow color, with a slightly fruity aroma, and a sharp crispness, 4.7%

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