In the (ware)house: Gneiss Sonnenschein, Graft Peaks & Valleys and GT’s Higher ABV Kombucha
Available for the first time in cans, this 4.5% ABV Kölsch-style ale from Gneiss Brewing Company is a delight in a glass. Sonnenschein (sunshine) is crisp, clean, and refreshing, and you’d be hard pressed to find a better beer for drinking on the porch this fall. Exceptional balance makes this beer approachable to even the most discerning palates.
Peaks & Valleys
Peaks & Valleys – Graft’s fall installment from its rotating Gose series – is back in stock for the season. This spiced Gose cider with birch, cinnamon, green anise seed & pink sea salt is the perfect fireside companion, and Men’s Journal recently included Peaks & Valleys on its list of 10 Great Hard Ciders You’ll Definitely Want to Drink This Fall.
Higher ABV Kombucha
GT’s experimented with a dual fermentation and now we have GT’s Classic 3% ABV Kombucha! Inspired by the sophisticated flavor profile of a fine wine, craft ale, and traditional Mexican tepache, New World Noir, Heavenly Hops and Piña Paradise have a slightly elevated alcohol content with the same goodness of GT’s small batch brew.
Definitive Brewing joined Portland’s brewing scene earlier this year, and they’ve already made a name for themselves with their IPAs, Stouts and signature Kölsch. They’re making the trip to Boston for one weekend only (this weekend!). Find them (and us) at Row 34 on Friday, The Publick House on Saturday, and the SoWa Beer Barn on Sunday. More info here.
Save the Date(s)
October 11 (RI): Schilling/Resilience RI Launch Party – Schilling Crew is coming down!
October 26 (MA): Hop Culture’s Spooky Brews – hit up your sales rep for discounted tix.
October 27 (ME): Fox Farm x Novare Res Halloween Party