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Fall 2014 New Beer Update for Hawaii

Sierra Nevada Fall 12 Pack

Sierra Nevada Fall 12 pack
Oktoberfest is the classic German-style festival beer: an easy-drinking yet compelling blend of silky toffee-like malt flavors balanced by crisp and floral hops. Oktoberfest beers were created for a celebration and this beer invites you to raise your glass and shout, “Prost!”
Vienna Lager is one of the world’s most balanced beer styles. Nuanced flavors drift from semi-sweet, bready malt notes to a floral and peppery kick from whole-cone European hops. Vienna-style lagers pair with nearly every type of food and are a perfect match for an autumn afternoon.
Tumbler® is Sierra Nevada’s beloved brown ale, back by popular demand – full of roasted malt flavor but delicate on the palate and just the thing for crisp fall days. Tumbler is layered with notes of chocolate and toasted bread and a hint of smoke.
Pale Ale began as a home brewer’s dream, grew into an icon, and inspired countless brewers to follow a passion of their own. Its unique piney and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and made this beer a classic, yet it remains new, complex and surprising to beer drinkers every day. It is—as it always has been—all natural, bottle conditioned and refreshingly bold.

Sierra Nevada Terra Incognita

Sierra Nevada/Boulevard Terra Incognita
Terra Incognita celebrates and merges strengths of Sierra Nevada (savvy use of whole-cone hops) and Boulevard (barrel aging prowess). The beer’s name means “land unknown” and recalls the centuries old California Trail that connects the two breweries—an overland wagon trail across the western half of the US from Missouri river towns to what is now the state of California. This year’s final blend of Terra Incognita is a precise ratio: 55 percent wine barrel-aged ale, 32 percent bourbon barrel-aged ale, and 13 percent fresh ale. Sierra Nevada assertively hopped the brown ale before splitting it between red wine and bourbon barrels where it matured for 6 months, resulting in a 9.8% ABV blended beer whose earthy malt flavors are dressed in notes of tart fruit, vanilla and coconut.


Sierra Nevada Equinox Single Hop IPA
Our history with Equinox hops stretches back well before this newly developed varietal ever had a name. We were the first brewery in the world to get our hands on the intense and nuanced hop. We fell in love with the complex aromas ranging from bright and citrusy to herbal and woody, with a top note of fruity, garden-fresh bell pepper. Equinox is part of our five-bottle Harvest series, which features single hop, fresh hop, wet hop, and wild hop beers.

Redhook Out of Your Gourd Porter

Redhook Out of Your Gourd Pumpkin Porter
Out of Your Gourd Pumpkin Porter’s dark, chestnut brown color comes from a mix of pureed pumpkin enhanced by cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger in the whirlpool and maple syrup added during fermentation. Northern Brewer hops give this Pumpkin Porter a lightly-hopped, full-bodied, rich and roasty character


Good Life Descender IPA (Kegs)
This beer is a hop lover’s dream that has balance you will appreciate. We created it for you so you can take time out from the rigors of life and descend to a valley full of hops – sounds good, no, great!
Malt:NW Pale, Briess Bonlander Munich, Weyermann Melanoidin, Crystal 60, Weyermann Carafoam
Hops:Centennial, Chinook, Cascade, Galaxy, Warrior
Brewed with a process called “Hop Bursting,” resulting in a beer with a balance and quality that you will not forget!


Coronado Brewing 18th Anniversary Imperial IPA
Part of the brewer’s Crown Series, the 18th Anniversary Ale is a double IPA with a spicy tropical flavor balanced by clean breadiness in the finish.
ABV: 10%
Bitterness: 80 IBU
Hops: Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, Nugget
Malts: 2-Row malted barley, light caramel malt, wheat malt
Yeast: Cal Ale


Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale – Draft Only
This American Pale Ale would be an IPA on any other street! A hop-forward locally inspired brew, 30th Street Pale Ale® pays homage to San Diego’s craft beer corridor, 30th St. Uniquely fruity and floral notes of melon and white grape from Warrior, Cascade and El Dorado hops mingle with just the right hint of medium crystal malt. This brew is a longtime local favorite, now a national craft offering.


Ayinger Oktoberfest
Bavarians have been celebrating the harvest with beer festivals since before the 1400s. Märzen is brewed in March to be ready for the September and October beer festivals. Rich, golden color. Slightly sweet, malty nose. Medium to big body and alcohol. Soft dryness from long maturation.


Clown Shoes Ride the Lion
Descended from a notorious clan of Scottish lore, head brewery Dan Lipke channeled the Tartan tapestry encoded in his DNA to create a formidable Wee Heavy. The beer has been aged 100% in fresh bourbon barrels. Ask yourself, “Who needs to ride the lion?”


Clown Shoes Crunkle Sam
We brewed Crunkle Sam, an American Barleywine Ale dry hopped with Citra hops, to celebrate America. America, we love you: thank you for allowing Clown Shoes to set off a few fireworks in the craft beer world.


Clown Shoes Space Cake IPA
Double IPA utilizing citrusy mosaic hops and an west coast style malt backbone.


Anchor Brewing Big Leaf Maple Autumn Red
BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red™ is a quaffable, well-balanced American red ale with character. Its malty complexity and coppery color come from a combination of two caramel malts, pale malt, and a hint of maple syrup. To complement these flavors, we used three additions of Nelson Sauvin hops in the brewkettle and a unique blend of Nelson Sauvin, Citra, and Cascade for dry hopping. The result is a distinctive fall seasonal beer with extraordinary depth and intriguing aroma.

Lost Coast 25th Silver Anniversary Ale Belgian Strong Ale

Lost Coast 25th Silver Anniversary Ale Belgian Strong Ale
A Belgian ale brewed with Belgian & American Malts, perfectly balanced with European hops and traditional Trappist Ale yeast for a ripe, rich fruitiness.


Breakside Kölsch

Breakside Irish Stout
A medal winner at both the Great American Beer Festival and the World Beer Cup, this stout is a showcase of roasted malt character. It features notes of coffee and chocolate in every sip. What’s amazing about this beer is how easy it is to drink. At under 4.5% ABV, this is a session stout that can refresh on a cool Fall day. The lower alcohol allows the grain flavors to shine, making it a food-friendly stout that can match a wide range of dishes. It’s as true an Irish stout as you’ll find anywhere in the United States today.

Breakside Session IPA

Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Logsdon Kili Wit, Seizoen, Seizoen Bretta, Oak Age Bretta and Straffe Drieling


Aloha Red and Lager (bottles)


Sam Adams Harvest pack
Harvest Saison- With every autumn comes the hope of a bountiful harvest and this distinctive take on a traditional saison delivers with a crop of barley, oats, rye, and wheat, a malty aroma and golden amber hue.  The crisp taste of this Belgian style brew is a perfect match for a brisk fall day.
Harvest Pumpkin Ale- Real pumpkin & warming spices like ginger, cinnamon & nutmeg give this brew a smooth, hearty, and inviting character perfect for the crisper days of fall.
Boston Lager

widmer brothers fizz

Widmer Brother – 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series with 10 Barrel Brewing – Fizz
Fizz is brewed with Meyer lemons and fresh ginger – giving it a bright citrus character and subtle hints of ginger spice – and finished with champagne yeast to really make it pop. This beer is great for the summer months, offering beer drinkers a refreshing respite from the heat.

widmer brothers okto festival ale

Widmer Brothers – Okto Festival Ale Octoberfest


Goose Island Rambler IPA
Goose Island Beer Company continues to celebrate the aroma and taste of hops with the introduction of Rambler IPA, a new fall seasonal release. Featuring Mt. Hood and Amarillo hops, Rambler is a prime example of a Red IPA brewed to have bold, spicy hop flavors and rich malt balance. The hops used in this Seasonal Release trace their story to the town of Bonners Ferry, Idaho and Elk Mountain Farms. For the past two years, Elk Mountain Farms has been planting, growing and harvesting hops of exceptional quality for Goose Island beers. Bonners Ferry sits on the 48th parallel—the same parallel on which Europe’s best hop growing regions are found—and is situated in the ideal climate and soil condition for hop cultivation. The collaboration between Goose Island and Elk Mountain that began two years ago with ten hills of hops has grown to massive proportions, with more than 200,000 hills of hops dedicated to Goose Island annually.


6 thoughts on “Fall 2014 New Beer Update for Hawaii

  1. Loved the Breakside Wanderlust and Passionfruit Sour (still waiting for it to come back in stock!). Thanks for the heads up on the stout. Do you know where they’ll carry the stout and also the Coronado 18th anniversary?


  2. Pingback: Fall 2014 New Beer Update for Hawaii | Beer Infinity

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