Thursday, September 5th, 2019

Peaks and Pints New Beers In Stock 9.5.19

Ron Swarner


Peaks-and-Pints-New-Beers-In-Stock-9-5-19Peaks and Pints New Beers In Stock 9.5.19

Before you head off to Peaks and Pints to replenish your refrigerator, a question: what’s your favorite September beer … when the weather actually still feels like summer? Here comes Peaks and Pints New Beers In Stock 9.5.19. …

Abomination Brewing

Josh was an avid homebrewer for 8-plus years with more than 200 different beers plus some commercial brewing experience. Joe was an avid homebrewer for 5-plus years dabbling in all styles. They both thought German purity law Reinheitsgebot was an abomination. They opened gypsy brewery Abomination Brewing to push beer beyond just barley, water, hops and yeast.

HOP ROULETTE: This New England double IPA was brewed with flaked oats, wheat, and golden promise. Josh and Joe then kettle hopped and double dry hopped it with a copious amount of one of their favorite hops, Pacific Jade! Expect notes of lemon zest, nectarine flesh and pineapple. 8.6%

WHITE STOUTS CAN’T JUMP: Brewed with flaked oats, flaked wheat, golden promise and lactose, Josh and Joe then fermented this hazy white stout on top of vanilla beans, cacao nibs and roasted coffee. 9.6%

Dogfish-Head-120-Minute-IPA-TacomaDogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales

120 MINUTE IPA: One of the strongest IPAs on the planet — 24 times as hoppy as a Miller Lite-y beer — Dogfish Head‘s 120 Minute IPA sports layers of syrupy, grassy, dank on dank on dank, resin hops that see two hours of boil times, using Amarillo, Simcoe and Warrior hops continuously in the brewing and fermenting process. This beast ain’t about fresh, it’s about hop power. It’s the elephant gun of beers. Taste starts bittersweet with piney hops and orange peel but then the booze kicks in and burns the throat. Despite this, there’s a nice, smooth finish that follows the initial hoppy burn. 18%

Fat-orange-Cat-Write-Drunk-Edit-Sober-TacomaFat Orange Cat Brew Co.

ASK FORGIVENESS NOT PERMISSION: Super hazy and smooth drinking New England IPA with a refreshing bite on the back. Azzaca and Lemondrop hops give this beer a flavorful blend of tropical fruits and zingy lemon brightness. 7.9%

WRITE DRUNK EDIT SOBER: Peaks and Pints co-founder Ron Swarner laughed at this New England IPA’s name, reminding him of his days at the helm of the Weekly Volcano. News Team assemble for flavors of peach and pine! 7.2%


NOA BBL PECAN MUD CAKE STOUT: Aged in freshly emptied bourbon barrels, this imperial stout hits the nose with chocolate cake. The thick pour tastes like chocolate, nuts, caramel, some bitterness, but heavily sweet with some vanilla from the barrels. 11%

Public-Access-Liquids-Outer-Reality-TacomaPublic Access Liquids

OUTER REALITY: Gypsy brewery Public Access Liquids walked out of Boston’s Dorchester Brewing Company with this hazy IPA that’s double dry hopped with Mosiac, Comet and El Dorado for lovely citrus and a bit of booze. 7%

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