Top 5 trending beers for Nov 9-13
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
This is an American-style IPA That Sierra Nevada brews every year when they harvest their hops. If you’re looking for a beer made with the freshest hops, there aren’t many fresher than this beer. The Chinook, Centennial, and Cascade hops used in this beer are usually harvested around 7 days before brewing.
Founders Brewing Co.
This is a Scottish Ale / Wee Heavy that has strong butterscotch, burbon and caramel flavoring. Sounds awesome! It’s definitely a sipping beer, because it comes in at 11.6% ABV.
Born Yesterday Pale Ale
Lagunitas Brewing Company
The Born Yesterday Pale Ale is seasonal hop forward ale based on their Newer New Dogtown Pale. They add 11 lbs of Amarillo, Equinox, Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic and Indigenous Catawampus wet hops per barrel.
Ben and Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale
New Belgium Brewing Company
There’s alot of chatter on the internet about this beer! This beer is very high on my list of “to try beers”, and if I can’t find it soon, I’ll be making a trip up to New Belgium in Fort Collins. Chocolate, salted caramel, and vanilla? I’ll pretty much do anything for a salted caramel brownie. Put it in beer, and I’m totally your slave. Can’t wait to try this beer!
This is a collaboration beer with video game maker Bethesda. The game, Fallout 4 a post-apocalyptic RPG, was release this week, so I’m sure that’s why this beer is trending. I image there will be Star Wars beers trending soon, when that’s in full marketing mode. This looks to be a pilsner that has the Fallout name on it. I’d try it for fun, since I’ll be playing the game for the next two years (it’s that big), but it’s only available in the UK.
And that’s the beers trending this week. What beers are you most excited to try right now? Let me know in the comments below!
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