Welcome to the November 18th edition of the Maritime Beer Report for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
PEI Brewing says one of their favorite specialty brews from last year is making a return. They'll be releasing this year's version of Hell Street barrel-aged doppelbock on Monday, November 28th in their Taproom. More details coming soon.
HopUp: An Upstreet Takeover is on Friday, November 25 from 6 PM to 12 AM. Upstreet Brewing is taking over the taps, the food menu and the sound system at HopYard. Chef Jane is preparing a full menu inspired by Upstreet, and they've collaborated on a special beer release that will only be available at Hopyard.
Foghorn Brewing opened its doors today at 47 Clark Road in Rothesay. They have five beers on tap, Dunham's Run InCider serving pints and filling growlers. Stop by and check them out soon.
Hammond River Brewing says they have brought back Into The Dark Hawaiian Porter after a two year hiatus. This is a 6.3% Robust Porter brewed with lots of fresh toasted Coconut, Cacao Nibs, and Madagascar Vanilla Beans. On tap soon at local HRBC tap accounts.
Picaroons have a new beer, a cranberry wheat. Brewed with cranberries from Sunberry Cranberry Producers in Maugerville, NB. This easy drinking wheat ale is 4.2% ABV and is sweet, smooth and just a tiny bit tart. It is on tap at the Picaroons General Store in Uptown Saint John while supplies last.
Thanks for checking the blog out this week.