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Tree House Brewing Co. draft list and bottle list for Saturday, 11/18 announced

Tree House Brewing Co. Saturday Nov. 18
(Charlton, MA) – Tree House Brewing Co. updated its famous “On Tap” page on Friday night, revealing the beer list for Saturday pours. See the list below, click the On Tap link or click the image above for more info. *** DRAFT LIST: OLD MAN (EXTRA SPECIAL BITTER) 5.4% ABV TORNADO (AMERICAN PALE ALE) – 5.6% ABV BEAR (AMERICAN BROWN ALE) – 6.4% ABV JULIUS (IPA) – 6.8% ABV MA (HOPPY AMBER ALE) – 6.8% ABV SAP (IPA) – 7.3% ABV BRIGHT W/ NELSON (DOUBLE IPA) – 7.8% ABV BRIGHT W/ SIMCOE&AMARILLO(DOUBLE IPA) – 7.8%ABV DOPPELGANGER (DOUBLE IPA) – 8.2% ABV HAZE (DIPA) – 8.2% ABV Bottle Service: Native One & Native Two Bottle Service available. Bottles are opened up on site for you, and get poured into a glass that you get to take home. Pour Limits: Up to two pours per person, one pour at a time. Thank...
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Cape Cod Shucker’s Reward Oyster Stout uses shellfish from all 15 Cape Cod towns

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Cape Cod, MA – Made with shellfish sourced from all 15 towns on Cape Cod! Release date/Release Party: 12.1.17 Availability: on draught and in 16 oz. cans, across Cape Cod and at Cape Cod Brewery . OG: 14.6 ABV: 5.3% IBUs: 34 Malts: Pale, Roasted Barley, Wheat, Cara-Copper, Black, Chocolate & Flaked Barley Hops: Perle Based on an Irish Extra Stout, this full-bodied black beer has a delicious roasted malt character with flavors and aromas of coffee and chocolate. Over 20 pounds of whole oysters and/or shells sourced from 15 different Cape Cod towns were added to the kettle during the boiling of this brew, adding minerals from the shells as well as mild flavors and aromas from the oysters to this historic and memorable beer. Oysters on This beer came about as a challenge to see if we could even find oysters in every town on Cape Cod, and...
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New Holland Tangerine Space Machine NE IPA headlines 2018 beer lineup changes

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(Holland, MI) – Craft brewer and distiller, New Holland Brewing , announces their beer lineup for 2018 and the launch of an exciting new addition to their core lineup, Tangerine Space Machine New England Style IPA (TSM). The lineup centers on several longtime fan favorites such as Dragon’s Milk and Mad Hatter, while introducing exciting new canned offerings in addition to TSM. “New Holland is a brand that listens to its fans and is committed to pushing creativity within craft styles while also growing long time favorites,” says New Holland President and Founder, Brett VanderKamp. “Each brew is thoughtfully crafted and inspired by the stories around us. I think our 2018 lineup is exciting for both new and existing fans alike. We continue to build around Dragon’s Milk as our top brand while letting our brewers unleash their creativity.” The first new beer, releasing in January 2018, is Tangerine Space...
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WHAT MAKES BEER A STOUT?


When most people think of stouts, they think of creamy, strong and dark beers. Usually, a Guinness comes to mind. Yet, though many types of stout do have these attributes, there are different varieties that don’t have any of them. In fact, Guinness doesn’t even have a high alcohol content. It’s the same as Bud Light, at 4.20%. Styles range from being dry and very alcoholic to hoppy with a low ABV.  What really differentiates a stout from other beers styles is its standout, roasted flavor. This flavor comes from roasted barley, which is made by highly kilning barley grain that has not been malted.  Let’s take a look at the history of the stout style to better understand it and to find out where all these misconceptions came from.  A Brief History of Stout Beer The word “stout” used to refer to strong beers way back in the late...
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