The temperature isn’t the only thing that changes with the seasons. Ever season brings a new wave of fresh, innovative brews. Learn about the new brews coming to Delaware in spring 2018.
Dark side of the Blonde
This Belgian Dark Strong is a bold beer that will be a dark ruby red color ranging around 8.5% ABV with notes of dark fruits; plums, currants, and raisins. With a Belgian character aroma and spicy finish.
Big Oyster Brewery
This unfiltered lactose IPA is dry hopped three times with Amarillo, Citra, and Simcoe hops for an intense aroma of orange slice, tropical punch, and fresh hop resin.
Blue Earl Brewing
Love Light is a Belgian inspired wheat beer (Witbier) brewed with oats, malted wheat, and unmalted raw wheat for a hazy, white appearance. Spiced with a special blend of coriander and Curaçao orange peel lending a complex and refreshing quality. Light, refreshing and a sensational session beer
Crooked Hammock Brewery
Hand of Buddha
This creamy ale is blended with generous amounts of Buddha’s Hand fruit, Madagascar vanilla beans and a refreshing citrus flavor perfect for spring.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Dragons & YumYums
The Flaming Lips collaborated with Dogfish Head on this Tropical Pale Ale that packs an explosion of fruit in every sip. This intensely tropical yet subtlety bitter pale ale is brewed with a combination of dragon fruit, yumberry, passionfruit, pear juice & black carrot juice and even has its own song.
Quite possibly the most wine-like beer out there, Mixed Media is half grains, half grapes, producing a complex saison-esque ale with a spicy white wine body, notes of sweet melon & a tart, dry finish.
Fordham and Dominion Brewing Company
This whiskey is produced by distilling the brewery’s double imperial IPA, Double D, before letting it rest in new oak barrels for 18 months. An gallon of beer produces only 375ml of whiskey. If you love Double D, try this concentration
Harvest Ridge Winery
This chardonnay was fermented and aged in American oak barrels for six months, giving the wine an engaging array of oak and fruit aromas. The balance between the fruit and acidity combine to create a rich mouthfeel that showcases the winery’s sandy soils and the warm 2016 growing season.
A seasonal pear cider will be on tap in the tasting room while supplies last.
Iron Hill Brewery
Clock Out American Lager
Savor Clock Out’s strong notes of pine and citrus with just a hint of bitterness. It’s brewed to reward and refresh, balancing flavor and drinkability.
Just in time for spring, this citrus IPA is infused with oranges and citrusy west coast hops including Amarillo, Chinook, and Cascade.
A golden, complex and refreshing summer wheat beer. Spiced with Grains of Paradise and lemongrass. Fermented with Belgian yeast.
Sweet Leaf IPA
Sweet Leaf will take you back in time with its earthy hots, subtle undertones of grapefruit, pine, and tropical fruit that keep things grooving. This brew pairs well with vintage vinyl.
Mispillion River Brewing Co.
Pineapple Express gives you a beer and milkshake all in one. The IPA is brewed with lactose, to give it a super creamy mouthfeel, and pineapple, to create a light tartness.
Painted Stave Distilling
Diamond State Straight Corn Whiskey
This brand new whiskey features mesquite and apple wood smoked malts and two years rest in barrels that previously held Painted Stave’s award winning Diamond State Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Salted Vines Vineyard and Winery
Two new blushes, Catawba and Steuben, and a rose, Fredonia, will be available spring 2018 along with Dazzling Niagara, a sparkling wine.