New Releases from South County Brewing Company

South County Brewing: New Release: Liminal Moment DIPATHIS JUST IN
FROM SOUTH COUNTY BREWING COMPANY

Beginning on March 2nd, their first canned beer, Liminal Moment Double IPA, will be available through distributors, taverns and grocery stores throughout the Susquehanna Valley, Philadelphia and select Maryland counties. Expect to see 12-packs at beer distributors. 4-packs and singles can be purchased at bottle shops and Weis Markets. You’ll also be able to snag cans of this DIPA at the brewery tap room in Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania.

“Canning our beer allows us to reach a wider audience,” said Brewer and Managing Partner, JR Heaps. “The can opens up new territory such as beaches, parks, music venues, boating, camping and the like.”

Liminal Moment is brewed with American and New Zealand hops to the rate of 3 pounds per barrel. “This beer is full of tropical fruit flavors and aromas that include peach, pear, pineapple, stone fruit, light pine and citrus. The flavors are balanced with the addition of oats in the mash to create a smooth mouth feel and softer bitterness,” according to JR.

Once I get a hold of a can of what I expect to be pure deliciousness, I’ll be sure to post my full review for you guys.

 


South County Brewing Co.: Virgil: Imperial Dark Ale

 

Virgil Imperial Dark Ale will be released February 27th at South County Brewing Co. taproom in Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania. It’s aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels, boasts a 12.9% ABV and features local malt (Double Dutch) from Deer Creek in Glen Mills, PA. This dark ale is complex and rich with notes of bourbon, vanilla, oak, port, raisin, subtle chocolates and roast.

Check out the Bottle Release Party
Doors open at 11:00 am and the 22 oz bottles can be purchased at Noon. Food will be available for sale as well as other year round beers on draft and to go.

 


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