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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for December 8, 2016

December 8, 2016

•Texas-based Treaty Oak Brewing & Distilling has opened a new craft brewery at its Dripping Springs location. The new facility, which has a 30-barrel brew system, is expected to brew 2,000 barrels annually. To mark the opening, the company is releasing three year-round beers: Fitzhugh Ale British mild (3.5% abv), Lil’ Hop session IPA (5% abv) and Bright Side blonde ale (4.5% abv). They will debut at select accounts in Texas beginning in December, with Brown Distributing carrying them across the state in cans next March. Treaty Oak’s craft spirits range includes Treaty Oak Rum, Treaty Oak Barrel Reserve Rum, Waterloo Gin, Waterloo Antique Gin, Starlite Vodka, Graham’s Sweet Tea Vodka, and Red Handed Bourbon.

•Kentucky’s Goodwood Brewing will add a new Spruce Tip IPA to its year-round lineup beginning next March. The spruce tip-infused India Pale Ale will debut on draft and in six-packs of 12-ounce cans across Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Virginia, Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia and Missouri. Goodwood’s year-round range also includes Bourbon Barrel Ale, Bourbon Barrel Stout, Walnut Brown Ale and Goodwood Pale Ale.

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