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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for November 16, 2017

November 16, 2017

•North Carolina-based Social House vodka is expanding beyond its home state via a new deal with Southern Glazer’s. Under the agreement, Social House will launch in seven new states, with Southern Glazer’s handling distribution. Produced by Kinston, North Carolina’s Three Stacks Distilling, Social House began rolling out across the Tar Heel state earlier this year, retailing at around $20 a 750-ml.

•Colorado’s New Belgium Brewing has unveiled its latest round of seasonal and limited releases. New Belgium’s Imperial Frambozen is an 8.5%-abv raspberry Lambic that includes Northwestern berries and roasted cocoa husks. The beer is available in 22-ounce bottles in limited quantities. New Belgium has also debuted the Blend Like a Brewer variety pack, including two 12-ounce bottles each of Fat Tire Belgian White, 1554, Citradelic Tangerine IPA, Abbey, Trippel and Cellar Blender (a dark sour exclusive to the pack) alongside recipes for blending the featured beers. Another new offering, Belgian Reserve Honey Orange Tripel is a 10%-abv golden strong ale brewed with wild honey and Seville orange peel. It’s now available in 12- and 22-ounce bottles. Finally, New Belgium has launched Voodoo Ranger Red IPA, an 8%-abv red ale that’s being distributed on draft and in 22-ounce bottles for a limited time.

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