World Class Beverages Indiana

March 25, 2010

New Beers to Indiana – March 25, 2010

There are a bunch of new beers to Indiana this month and next, with most of them hitting store shelves this week on into April and May. In addition, Bell’s Oberon makes it’s long awaited return to Indiana on March 29th. A complete map to all Indiana bars and restaurants who will be pouring Oberon draft on March 29th is now available at the World Class Beverages website.

It’s March Madness, World Class Beverages style!

New from Bell’s Brewery: a bourbon barrel aged version of the infamous Hell Hath No Fury.

New from Brooklyn Brewery: Brooklyn Brewmaster’s Reserve Dark Matter – a Brown ale aged in Woodford Reserve Bourbon barrels. All Brooklyn Brewmaster’s Reserve series beers are draft only.

New from Boulevard Brewing: Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat beer – in 16 ounce cans! It isn’t always easy to find a great beer in a can!

New from Hair of the Dog Brewing: A few more cases of Adam, Fred and Ruth in 12 ounce bottles. If you missed it previously, you’re getting a second chance!

New from Harpoon Brewing (coming in May): Harpoon 100 Barrel Series ESB – draft only! Harpoon Belgian Pale Ale – a new year round beer from Harpoon in six packs. Harpoon Leviathan Imperial Red – a limited release in four packs. Harpoon 100 Barrel Series Oyster Stout – very limited release in 22 ounce bottles. And the Harpoon Summer Vacation Mix Pack is back for the spring and summer – a 12 pack of your favorite Harpoon beers.

New from Hoppin Frog: DORIS – Double Imperial Stout in 22 ounce bottles. First there was BORIS, then they kicked it up to make DORIS! Hop Dam Triple IPA is out now!

New from Lost Coast Brewing: AlleyCat Amber – six packs of the popular west coast amber ale. Lost Coast Pale Ale – turns out they make great pale ales on west coast as well!

New from Ommegang Brewery: Three Philosophers is now back in four packs.

New from Mishawaka Brewing: Indiana’s own Mishawaka Brewing now makes their Raspberry Wheat available to us, exclusively in the Indiana Sampler Pack.

New from Rogue Brewing (coming in May): Rogue John John Juniper Pale Ale – 22 ounce bottles of Juniper Pale Ale aged in Rogue’s own Spruce gin barrels! Rogue XS Imperial Red – 7 ounce bottles (nibs) because 12 ounces is more than you can handle! Rogue Double Mocha Porter in 750ml bottles – double the pleasure of Mocha Porter. Chatoe Rogue Single Malt Ale in 22 ounce bottles features Rogue’s home grown Dare malt and Revolution hops.

New from Southampton Brewing: Southampton Keller Pils, Southampton’s unfiltered (“keller”) Pilsner, arrives just in time for the spring season!

New from Victory Brewing: Victory St. Boisterous Hellerbock – a full bodied, heart warming maibock coming in six packs and a limited number of kegs, Victory St. Victorious Doppelbock – in a limited number of kegs is a tribute to the brewing heritage initiated by the monks of the Order of St. Paula in 1634, Victory Smokin’ Oats Porter available in a very limited number of kegs and Victory Altbier – the classic beer of Dusseldorf available in a very limited number of kegs.

If something more comes along, we’ll let you know!

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2 Comments »

  1. When will Southampton be distributed in Indianapolis?

    Comment by JD — March 25, 2010 @ 1:13 pm | Reply

    • JD – thanks for your question. Southampton is available in Indianapolis right now. Our Beer Spy at http://www.worldclassbeverages.com can help you to locate every retailer, bar and restaurant for your favorite Southampton beers based on your own zip code! Just go to Beer Spy and click on Southampton in the brewery list, then choose the beer you are looking for.

      Cheers!

      Comment by Bob Mack — March 25, 2010 @ 1:16 pm | Reply


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