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Ecliptic Brewing Winter IPA & Cigar City Collaboration Bottles

Ecliptic Brewing Winter IPA & Cigar City Collaboration Bottles


Portland's newest brewery, Ecliptic Brewing, is releasing its first bottles soon. Filament IPA, a winter ale, goes on sale in 22oz bottles today at the pub, and Illuminating The Path goes on sale December 16th at the pub.
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The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


The Mash-Up: Winter warmers and tropical flavors to offset frigid temps

With over 170 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

It’s been an interesting, and frigid, week here in Minnesota. While most of the state suffered record-setting chills, breweries kept releasing exciting new beers and familiar favorites, and Urban Growler’s Coconut Week brought warmer thoughts a few days early with several one-offs built around tropical flavors. There’s something for everyone this week, from the light/dark stout collaborations between Junkyard and Modist to the mixed fermentation sour at Take 16.

Today, Under Pressure will celebrate their grand opening in Golden Valley, and tomorrow Utepils hits their second anniversary milestone. In brewing achievements, Broken Clock in Northeast releases their 100th batch this weekend.

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Under Pressure London Brown Ale

Under Pressure is celebrating its grand opening today at 4pm. Among the tap list is Lori Ertl’s London Brown Ale, which won a gold medal in the final round of the 2017 National Homebrew Competition.

Utepils Springbok

Utepils’ German-style maibock is back at the brewery’s second anniversary party this weekend. The light-bodied beer offers malty bread flavors with a mild spice and hop punch.

Schell’s Black Prism

This beer “is the result of brewing a big, dark, malty beer in a typical Berliner weisse fashion,” Schells says. “This sour has a deep acidity with a sweet tart fruit character and a subtle fruity earthiness on top of layers of dark malts.”

Junkyard Party Store Pale Ale

“This West Coast pale ale showcases Comet, Mandarina Bavaria, and Amarillo hops, which lend a resiny and bold citrus flavor, to create a very drinkable and refreshingly hoppy pale ale,” the brewery says. “Tangerine, apricot, orange rind, and pronounced melon may be found paired with an earthy, pine bitterness and a slight caramel malt presence.” 5.6% ABV.

612Brew Shoreline

This new saison is a French-style farmhouse ale that also features Mighty Axe-grown Triple Pearl hops. At 6.3% ABV, 30 IBU, the brewery says it carries “fruity esters, peppery phenols, and a crisp, dry finish.”


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