Skip to comments.The Best Craft Beer Releases To Chase Down This June
Posted on 06/10/2021 4:23:52 PM PDT by mylife
Summer is officially here and that means it’s time to chase down some refreshing and crushable craft beer. Beer release schedules are an every-turning wheel of unique styles and flavor profiles that help you keep things seasonal and fresh. Right now, we’re deep into the summer releases. We know summer only really started over Memorial Day weekend and doesn’t technically kick off until the 20th of June, but as far as beer goes we’re about six weeks away from pumpkin ale and fall beers.
Meaning that now’s the time to indulge in the fruity, refreshing craft entries that are dropping right now. The sort of brews that hit the spot after a long hike, a day on the boat, or an invigorating surf session.
Hopefully, the eight beers we’re giving love to this month will pique your interest and inspire you to explore exciting breweries in your neck of the woods. These picks represent regional craft beer releases from breweries that we vouch for (with tasting notes from the brewers themselves if we didn’t get to taste the beer yet), along with some seasonally released bottles that we’ve been looking forward to trying again.
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eff you, get me a pbr long neck.
SOUTHWEST DROP: Stone Enjoy By 07.04.21 Tangerine & Pineapple IPA
Average Price: $18.99 (six-pack)
Stone continues to drop crushable seasonal brews with their “Enjoy By…” series. This edition is a fruity IPA that’s been spiked with a hefty amount of tangerine and pineapple. The end result is a robust double IPA with nine percent ABVs that feels like a tropical fruit punch.
There’s a bit of a battle between the resinous and floral hops against the big citrus and tropical fruit notes throughout this sipper. The beer really leans into the tart yet sweet tangerine citrus to the point that you feel like you’re straight up taking a bite out of the fruit, skin and all.
Get this as cold as you can and crush it. It’s so damn refreshing, like drinking a boozy Orange Crush with a hop background. Though be warned, that nine percent ABV is no joke.
No Pride Pilsner for me, thank you.
This is the best craft beer I have ever had
Many craft beers just try to do too much and cost too much. Over hopped IPA’s, fruity stuff, gross sour stuff ... You really have to hunt around, which is part of the fun. My favorites are the stouts, but that season has passed. I’m making my own lighter beers for hot weather while working in Coors and Modelo. Yuengling is an all year option for me, too.
A great beer in Minnesota close to the brewery; elsewhere, not so much.
I am currently (as I write) sipping on Breckenridge Vanilla Porter.
Odell’s IPA. None better.
Same here… If my band is stuck playing at one of those places, I always ask f they have anything that tastes like beer.
Millenial speak — blech.
“Dropping beer” — The glass bottles go “crash” when I do that.
“Crush beer” — That’s what you do with empty beer cans against your forehead.
As much of a fan of IPAs as I am, I never got around to trying a Stone, and now I never will.
More millennial crap...
“beers we’re giving love to” — that’s for my wife and kids.
On the plus side, he DIDN’T write “peak your interest.”
I’ll take a Rolling Rock 8oz Pony Bottle, or a Long Neck, thankyouverymuch.
Southeast Drop - Hutton & Smith “Good Schist” American Pale Ale - good clean flavor, tasty. Off hand, I think the ABV is around 6%.
Hutton & Smith has a few good beers. Example on the lighter side, Basecamp Blonde is very drinkable. It’s not a light beer, but it’s a very clean finishing beer. Somewhere in the 5% range for ABV.
Get a 💉, get a free craft 🍺? 😂😉
its so gey
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