November Beer Bucket List

November 1, 2013

It's out! Here is our list of must-try beers for the month of November. Your have 30 days to try all 5... and GO.

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Northern Hemisphere Harvest, Sierra Nevada: Brewed with wet hops and into brew kettles within 24 hours of growing on the vine, Northern Hemisphere does not take shortcuts. Because hops are incredibly perishable, using hops “wet,” or un-dried, preserves all of the precious oils and resins for a unique drinking experience.

Tasmanian IPA, Schlafly: Tasmanian IPA is brewed with 100% Australian hops. The Tasmanian hop, Galaxy, is a strong, aromatic variety. Brewers developed a recipe that showcases the hop’s unique flavors of citrus and pineapple.

Flipside Red IPA, Sierra Nevada: A hop-forward fix for the first days of fall. Just when it feels like the dog days will never end, suddenly, the switch is flipped, the air gets cooler and it’s clear that autumn is on the way. Featuring a ruby-red hue and abundant tropical fruit and citrus hop flavors, Flipside Red IPA is the perfect beer for the final flash of summer.

Tree Hugger IPA, Terrapin: Brewed for the nature lover in all of us, Tree Hugger Ale is blossoming with flavor. Behold the amber color of the “Altcentric” ale and celebrate the majestic balance of both hops and malt.

Harpoon Rich & Dan's Rye IPA, Harpoon: This beer is brewed with hops, a variety of malts, our proprietary yeast – the same yeast we’ve used since first brewing Harpoon Ale – and more hops. A lot more hops. Centennial and Chinook, and the dry hop addition of Falconer’s Flight add a multidimensional hop character, and the combination of Pale, Rye, Caramel 60, Flaked Rye, and Vienna yield a complex malt body that stands up to the spiciness of the rye and the pronounced hop flavor.

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