Here is the list of new and seasonal beers being released this month (October 2008) by Washington brewers. Info courtesy of our pals at the Washington Brewers Guild.
Brown Ale, Big Al Brewing Co., www.bigalbrewing.com
Big Al’s first seasonal release. A medium-bodied, roasty brown ale with hints of nuts and chocolate. 6.1%ABV. Fall of 2008.
Double IPA, Big Al Brewing Co., www.bigalbrewing.com
Stop by and try Big Al’s 2nd Seasonal, a 9.2% ABV Double IPA. Tapped on October 3rd.
Harvest Ale, Boundary Bay Brewery, www.bbaybrewery.com
Akin to an “Oktoberfest” style, our popular fall seasonal features Dark Crystal, Carastan and Munich malts giving this ale a rich malt character and a beautiful red-orange hue. Original Gravity: 1.059
Deuce Coupe Dark IPA, Elliott Bay Brewing Co., www.elliottbaybrewing.com
Hoppy dark Amber Ale.
Pro-Am IPA, Elliott Bay Brewing Co., www.elliottbaybrewing.com
Hoppy strong ale brewed to enter in the 2008 Great American Beer Festival
Bifrost Winter Ale, Elysian Brewing Co., www.elysiyanbrewing.com
Warming, hoppy and smooth. Brewed with Pale malt and small amounts of Munich and Crystal malts. Bittered with Centennial, finished with Amarillo and Styrian Goldings hops.
Double Black Stout, Redhook Ale Brewery, www.redhook.com
A smooth, imperial stout enhanced by the addition of rich, flavorful coffee and dark malts to create a big, roasted flavor. Available in 22oz bottle.
10 Below, Scuttlebutt Brewing Co., www.scuttlebuttbrewing.com
An Imperial Dunkelweiss. Medium body with a rich chocolate finish and crisp citrus aroma.
Heystack Hefe, Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Co., www.fallsbrew.com
Now available in 22oz bottle. A German-inspired wheat beer crafted from 60% malted wheat, Two-row Pale and Vienna malts, and finished with noble German hops. We ferment this with our American ale yeast for a spicy, citrus aroma and clean, mellow flavor with yeast overtones. Please gently re-suspend yeast prior to serving!