April 14, 2009

The beers that were new this week at Friar Tuck

This should have gone out sooner but I'll blame Easter and the emphasis on wine in Christianity for that.

Schlafly has decided to switch their Kolsch, which was their Summer seasonal, to a year-round beer. If you loved this former Summer seasonal, it is out now and will be out all year.

Schlafly's Raspberry Hefeweizen is now out. This is one of their Spring seasonals and should be very, very fresh. It is also very, very tasty if you happen to like wheat beers. This is one for lovers of Blue Moon and/or raspberries.

Toohey's New, a tropical light lager, has made its way to Springfield. It is according to Toohey's website an all-natural Lager made from Water, Cane Sugar, Malted Barley, Yeast and Hops. It's a light lager so it might be worth a try if you have a taste for those.

And as a last note of interest, a new supply of Westmalle Trippel has arrived at the Tuck. If you are already a fan or interested in trying it out, now would be the time to pick some up.

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