The wonderful thing about Huntsville’s craft beer industry is that brewers are always coming up with something new and exciting for their patrons. Though all the breweries have tried-and-true flagship beers, they also create plenty of limited and seasonal brews, allowing customers to have something new and fresh to experience. Here are some of the newest beers to try.
Pils is a German-style beer, made with premium ingredients, including noble hops from the Hallertau region in Germany. It is a crisp, clean beer perfect for the hop-lover.
Craft beer connoisseurs will definitely want to sample this pale ale trio, as it is both delicious and educational. Salty Nut has brewed three beers exactly the same, except each beer is brewed with a different type of hop. This allows patrons to fully differentiate the various hop profiles.
Though Lost Highway isn’t new, the ability to buy it in bottled 6-packs is. This dark lager is a smooth, drinkable beer made with German malts and hops.
Weedy Double is a double IPA with hints of citrus and floral flavors. It is a hoppy beer, making it a fan favorite with the hopheads.
A twist on their flagship beer, Knucklehead porter, Hot Chocolate has hints of chocolate, as well as a spicy kick to it. This is a seasonal beer; so get it while it’s hot. Pun intended.
Hop Revival is a double IPA with floral notes and a citrus character. Though it is a high-gravity beer, it is very easy to drink. It is a seasonal beer; so stock up before it is gone.
Speckled Trout is the newest canned beer for Old Black Bear. It is an American wheat beer with hints of honey and lemon. Its lightness makes it a great thirst-quenching beer.
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At the age of 12, a subscription to National Geographic magazine began Sarah’s passionate love for all things related to photography, and since then she’s photographed everything from weddings to house fires to beautiful desserts.
Sarah works as a photographer and writer in North Alabama and has photographed for numerous national brands including Southern Living, Cooking Light and Pillsbury. She also writes for several local magazines and is a regular contributor to the popular food blog Huntsville Eats.