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Booze News Weekly April 1, 2015 No Comments.

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1C6935852-beerrun.blocks_desktop_largeDo you ever find yourself getting bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to walk you through what’s new and noteworthy this week:

Oopsy Daisy: Middlebury, Vermont’s Woodchuck Hard Cider released a new brew for its Out on a Limb series—Oopsy Daisy cider. Made from McIntosh and Cortland apples, this booze is far from a mistake; its chamomile flower aroma and subtle notes of honey and citrus make it a six-pack you’ll want to savor.

Chill as a Cucumber: Just in time for spring, Pinnacle Vodka has added yet another flavored spirit to their ever-expanding collection. Pinnacle’s Cucumber flavored vodka is a light and refreshing way to mix things up, especially if you’re a fan of liquor with subtle hints of sweet vanilla.

Just Peachy: Terrapin’s famous Maggie’s Peach Farmhouse Ale is arriving in cans this spring, making it easier to enjoy and tote outside in the upcoming warm weather. With a combination of sweet peach and stimulating spice, you may find yourself sipping this brew all summer long.

Gin for All: Brockmans super premium gin is moving on up. Originally only offered in a few states, Brockmans Gin will now be available in Connecticut and Rhode Island, expanding its overall presence throughout the Northeast. We suggest making yourself a gin and tonic to celebrate.

Boston Marathon Beer: Samuel Adams announced the return of its light-bodied Boston 26.2 Brew in celebration of the 119th Boston Marathon. Even if you’re not planning on participating in the race, there’s nothing preventing you from finishing a few Boston 26.2 Brews during the event.

Old Bay Brews: If you’re not from Maryland, you may not cherish McCormick & Co.’s Old Bay seasoning as much as Marlanders do. Still, the state’s Flying Dog Brewery is bringing back its Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale just in time for you to befriend the spice. Later this summer, lookout for Double Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale—an even hotter version of the original brew.

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