Saturday, October 31, 2009

Great Divide Brew News

November 2009
The Big News

It's now the middle of fall. Here in Denver that means we're in shorts one day and buried in snow the next, but it also means that Oak Aged Yeti is back on the shelves, joining Hibernation and Fresh Hop in our fall/winter seasonal lineup. In case you've forgotten, Oak Aged Yeti is like the older, more sophisticated sibling of our award-winning imperial stout; aging on oak for four weeks rounds off Yeti's edges and provides a nice touch of vanilla to complement the big, roasty, hoppy character Yeti is known for. Oak Aged Yeti will be available in 22-ounce bottles and on draft through January 31.

Speaking of Hibernation: Our beloved strong ale gets a new look this month. Look for wintry blue six-pack carriers on the shelves, and don't fret - it's still the same robust, warming treat you've come to know and love.

The year may be almost over, but we've still got a few tricks up our sleeve, including the return of Old Ruffian, our monster of a barley wine; as always, keep it tuned right
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