Just released to the market, Rounder Belgian Style Pale Ale is one of MillerCoors’ freshest tastes. The new beer is “crafted with hibiscus and orange peel for a hint of spiciness and touch of wheat for a smoother, rounder taste,” according to the company. It is something you definitely will want to try.
In the next week or two, Short Straw Farmhouse Red Ale will be released with a very unique but satisfying taste. This was born from the idea of blending the spice of Farmhouse Ale with the tartness of Belgian Red Ale, which created Short Straw.
Leinenkugel’s Orange Shandy will also be released within the next couple of weeks and it is my new favorite beer. It has a bright and lively orange zest flavor that is tangy and puckering with a hint of cardamom, white pepper, and sweet toasted wheat, according to the taste profile. All of this combined makes for a perfect beer to drink while you sit back, relax and enjoy the changing of the leaves.
A beer that I know I am excited about that will be released at the beginning of next week is the Redd’s Strawberry Ale. Sister to the Redd’s Apple Ale, this beer has a fresh taste that will linger in your mouth for the night. Redd’s is a line of flavored golden ales with low malt and bitterness cues. Redd’s Strawberry Apple Ale tastes of juicy strawberries followed by a crisp clean finish of apples. The natural flavors are balanced perfectly for the sweet and refreshing taste to come through.
In mid-September keep your eyes open for Leinekugel’s Hoppin’ Helles. Tasting of grapefruit and orange notes from the aroma carryover and join peppery hop spice flavors, a sweet toasted grain and bready quality is met with a clean bitterness, according to the beer’s taste profile. I think it tastes a lot like fruity pebbles: crisp, fruity and full of flavor.
The hardest part about all five beers being released this fall? Picking which one is your favorite. Enjoy!
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