This month highlights a good variety of entries into some of 2019’s most significant beer trends. March presents a good mix of beer. Here are the ones we believe you should keep an eye out for!
Allagash Barrel & Bean
Belgian Tripel | 10%
Barrel & Bean is a flavorful Belgian Tripel that delivers a little extra. Allagash ages a Belgian-style golden ale in bourbon barrels for close to two months and then blends it with cold-brewed coffee. Using Ethiopian coffee beans, Barrel & Bean’s ingredients come together to deliver a beer with rich caramel, bourbon and coffee flavors as well as notes of stone fruit and dark berry flavors.
21st Amendment Sparkale
Sparkling Rosé Ale | 5.5%
Rosé beers are one of the hottest trends this year, and 21st Amendment enters the game with Sparkale. Brewed with a mixture of fruit including apple, cranberry, peach and cherries, this whirlwind of fruits combines to give Sparkale a fruity and tart flavor profile. Built on a sparkling rosé foundation, 21st Amendment Sparkale is a nicely crafted beer that will explode in your mouth!
Find a full rundown of Sparkale in our Taste Test feature
Ballast Point Lager
Lager | 4.2%
Although Ballast Point is known for their stellar lineup of IPAs, they are jumping on the lager train this month. The brewery’s new lager is a clean beer that’s light and crushable, while still packing a ton of flavor. The combination of 2-row barley and Apollo hops has Ballast Point Lager delivering flavor notes of honeysuckle and light banana. Moreover, the beer is a great low-cal option with only 99 calories per 12 oz. can!
Wild Leaf Black Tea with Lemon & Honeysuckle
Hard Tea | 4.5%
The beer industry has seen tons of innovation in the past couple of years with products like seltzers and wine & beer hybrids leading the charge and starting new trends. Wild Leaf is here to deliver a healthier, craftier take on the hard tea category! Brewed with tea leaves from the rainforest for a clean, crisp, tea taste, Wild Leaf packs a ton of flavor into this tasty drink.