Craft Brewing and Distilling News for January 22, 2015January 22, 2015
•Evansville, Indiana-based Tin Man Brewing Company has moved four of its craft beers into 16-ounce recyclable Rexam cans. Circuit Bohemian Pilsner, Alloy American Pale Ale, River Irish Red Ale and Overlord Imperial IPA mark the brewery’s debut into canned offerings and are available at select retailers in Indiana and Kentucky. Tin Man Brewing launched in 2012 as a production brewery and restaurant with a focus on sustainability.
•San Marcos, California-based craft brewer The Lost Abbey has announced plans to relaunch its limited edition Angel’s Share and Track #10 labels this month. Previously released in 2011, Angel’s Share is an English-style barleywine aged in brandy barrels for a minimum of 12 months, and will be available only on limited draft. Concurrently, Track #10—a Bourbon barrel-aged version of The Lost Abbey’s Serpent’s Stout label—will also be reintroduced, available in 375-ml. cork and caged bottles and on limited draft. Established in 2006, The Lost Abbey specializes primarily in beers that are aged in oak for 12 months or longer.
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