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AUGUST 26, 2023
GREAT NOTION:   Here are some Spooky new labels from Great Notion that I suspect we will see in October, if not next month.   I certainly do enjoy the themes they use this time of year!
AUGUST 5, 2023
REUBEN'S BREWS:   Given that today is Reuben's Brews 11th Anniversary party, I thought I would upload all but two of their Anniversary releases.   While not shown, I do have their 10th Anniversary bottle.   However, I somehow missed their 9th Anniversary.   What's even weirder is that two of their 10th Anniversary releases (Up the Bridges & Supreme Triumvirate) are not even listed on their respective Anniversary page! - https://reubensbrews.com/10th-anniversary.   Oh, I almost forgot... a new Reuben's Stout is in the works, shown below:
AUGUST 4, 2023
HOPWORKS:   What do you get when you cross a Winter Ale with a Fresh Hop Ale, you get Hopworks Fresh Hop Abominable!   Although the Fresh Hop Abominable has been coming out as a Autumn seasonal for a few years now (I also posted them in the July 8 update), I have labels of other Hopworks beers going back to 2009.   Today I will do a site update with some of those 10+ year old labels.   Here is the updated label for the Fresh Hop Abominable, that I am sure we will see next month:
JULY 28, 2023
GREAT NOTION:   Aside from Pumpkin and Fresh Hop beers coming out in the next few months, Oktoberfest is right around the corner.   Starting on Saturday September 16th, Oktoberfest runs through Tuesday October 3rd.   Here we see an updated label from Great Notion for their Oktoberfest offering.   I figure I should probably do a site update with Great Notion considering I am sitting on over 350 labels:
REUBEN'S BREWS:   Now it's Rueben's Brews turn for their 11th Anniversary.   As part of their Anniversary, Reuben's will be releasing a Barrel Aged Blend of their favorite versions of Three Ryes Men Barleywine, along with their "fluffiest" IPA they have ever made.   Both brews should be available at their Block Party on Saturday August 5th.   Click HERE for more details:
JULY 27, 2023
BLOCK 15:   Some of the first Fresh Hop labels for 2023 are from Block 15.   We're probably less than 2 months away from seeing these on store shelves.   I can hardly wait!
JULY 17, 2023
ALASKAN:   Alaskan has a few new offerings and a return of the Baltic Porter which we first saw in 2008.   Imperial Hazy IPA and Rocky Coast Double IPA I believe are new.   Hopefully they all make it down to the lower 48:
FREMONT:   It's that time of year for another Fremont Brewing Anniversary.   Their past Anniversary realease was in early August, so I suspect you will see this Barrel-Aged Golden Barleywine next month:
JULY 16, 2023
REUBEN'S BREWS:   A new Lager from REUBEN'S BREWS that is currently draught only but looks to be coming to a canning line soon.   Hugs & Handshakes is detailed as "crisp and light-bodied with just enough flavor and plenty of sessionability for those special occasions when a gathering of friends turns into an all night hang":
JULY 12, 2023
FREMONT:   Could there be a new Pale Ale from FREMONT soon to see distribution?   I see that their Blue Pale Ale is currently on draught at the Urban Beer Garden but there is no other information that I can find regarding its release.   In any case, I'll highlight some of their other Pale Ales for todays update:
JULY 8, 2023
HOPWORKS:   As Summer begins and the heat starts to build, I often begin thinking about the cooler weather of Autumn and Winter and the beers that those seasons bring.   HOPWORKS looks to be updating one of their Autumn seasonals, Great Gourds of Fire Pumpkin Ale.   I have some fond memories of sharing Pumpkin Ales with friends over the years, so absolutely looking forward to the release of this one.   Only bad part is having to go through hot Summer days before seeing this one on shelves:
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