Beer News: Buffalo Bayou Marks 9 Years with a Bunch of Releases
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Buffalo Bayou is celebrating its nine-year anniversary through January 31. Each day the brewery will release a new anniversary beer or beer cocktail. Plus, the food menu includes nine new specialty dishes. For more information, go here.
Saint Arnold is hosting its third Virtual Beer & Dumpling Pairing with Dumpling Dudez on February 12. Register now, and you'll get a bunch of beer and materials to make dumplings. Get your ticket by February 8 (or before that, as the event should sell out).
Want to win a two-night stay in Marfa? To celebrate its new Ranch Water, Karbach is hosting a sweepstakes. Go here to enter.
Holler teamed up with Nobi Public House and Feges BBQ for a beer called Quad Goals. This Belgian quadrupel comes in at 10.5-percent ABV and is made with Trappist ale yeast, Belgian malts, and smoked dates. It's now available at the Sawyer Yards taproom.
No Label's newest is Sour Cherry Stout, a 4-percent ABV sour Irish stout made with black and Maraschino cherries. It's now available at the taproom.
Texas Leaguer hooked up with SpindleTap Coffee to brew another beer in its Cup of Coffee series. This one was aged in Balcones Distillery barrels, comes in at 8-percent ABV, and naturally has some coffee flavor. Get it now at the Missouri City taproom.
Choosy moms choose ... Choosy Mom? This peanut butter (naturally) and chocolate milk stout comes from Eureka Heights and is available now at the Heights taproom. It's at 6-percent ABV.
You may still be able to get Urban South HTX's The Escape, a Sabro- and Citra-hopped double IPA. They also brewed some with pineapple for a tropical tweak. Visit the Sawyer Yards taproom to find out more.
Copperhead's big and bold imperial stout King of Terrors is coming out soon, and the brewery is celebrating with its annual Night of Terrors event, planned for January 29 at its Conroe facility. You can get the beer in advance here (four-packs are available).
Astral Brewing has a new West Coast IPA called Sunship. It's 7.1-percent ABV and available now at the taproom.
Last weekend, Southern Yankee introduced Front Porch Sittin' Mango Blonde, a 4.7-percent ABV beer. It should be available at its taproom.
Newest at True Anomaly is Small Fruit, a black currant and pomegranate version of its grisette Small Giant. It's available now at the EaDo brewery.