Washington Brewery to Release Three New Beers on October 10th
Popular Washington Brewery, DC Brau, will be releasing two new beers this week and bringing back one of their most popular beers, OTWOA.
By Clara Jaide on Oct. 04, 2019
New Fall Beer Release Alert! Popular Washington craft brewery, DC Brau, is releasing 3 new brews this Thursday, October 10th! The brewery will be releasing two small batch one-off lagers, called “Stacked Vote IPL” and “Nitro Mocha Pils” and bringing back their loved “On the Wings of Armageddon“.
View the press release and information on the beer releases below:
Triple Threat Thursday with a Trio of Beer Releases at DC BRAU
Washington, DC — DC Brau’s original white whale, On the Wings of Armageddon, returns next Thursday along with the release of two new small-batch one-off lagers in an unprecedented Triple Treat Thursday on October 10th. While Stacked Vote India Pale Lager and Nitro Mocha Pils will solely be available in the District of Columbia, cans and kegs of On the Wings of Armageddon will be appearing on menus and retail shelves throughout DC Brau’s distribution channels along the Northeast Corridor later this month.
“Of all the beers we’ve brewed at DC Brau over the last eight years, On the Wings of Armageddon is hands-down the one we get asked about the most,” says CEO & co-founder Brandon Skall. “We’re excited to bring it back for the season in such wide distribution.”
Imperial IPA | 9.2% ABV
For the uninitiated, On the Wings of Armageddon is an Imperial IPA unlike any other with a strong bouquet of citrus and grapefruit hints at what is to come as an intense hop character invades the palate with resinous tropical flavours. Light bread and biscuit notes balance the assertive Falconer’s Flight hops for a smooth and refreshingly dry finish, making this brew deceptively easy-drinking at 9.2% ABV. Snallygaster attendees will find it on tap next to the barrel-aged Churros for Breakfast in the DC Brau booth on Saturday, October 12th.
India Pale Lager | 4.5% ABV
Long known for its big, hoppy beers, DC Brau’s Stacked Vote IPL is no exception. This crushable 4.5% ABV India Pale Lager has been triple dry-hopped with Comet and Hallertau Blanc hops resulting in a bright, earthy palate with fruity and herbal notes of lemongrass, citrus and berry. Customers will find packs of the orange-domed cans and on draft around the District at independent craft retailers and bars, in the tasting room at the brewery, as well as at The Salt Line’s 3rd annual Oyster Wars on Sunday, October 13th.
Pilsner | 4.5% ABV
Also coming to a limited number of tap lines around the District next week is an extremely small run of Nitro Mocha Pils. This crisp 4.5% ABV lager is brewed with Hallertau Tradition hops and Barke Pils malts along with cocoa, lactose and Junius cold brew coffee for a smooth and balanced sip carrying a nice mocha finish.
All three new brews will be available in the taproom at DC Brau on Thursday, October 10th starting at 4pm. For the full portfolio of DC Brau beers, visit www.dcbrau.com/beer.
DC Brau has been producing award-winning craft beer at its brewery in Northeast DC since 2011. For more information, visit www.dcbrau.com, and follow on social media @dcbrau.
Mel Gold, DC Brau
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