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  • Bridge City Beverage Team

What’s New at Bridge City Beverage?

Updated: Dec 10, 2022

Bridge City Beverage always looks for new ways to intrigue and delight. The store gets new styles and brands from local and regional craft breweries throughout the year, and our craft beer selection is constantly full of new options for you to try.

What’s new at Bridge City Beverage? Let’s talk about a few new beers with some tasting notes for each one.

  • Brand: Ever Grain Brewing

  • From: Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

  • Style: Triple IPA

  • ABV: 10.5%

  • Taste: “A hop rocket of holiday happiness,” this beer is full of juicy hop notes and pine to make a drinkable, heavy-hitting holiday hazy IPA.

  • Similar beers: Goose Island Beer Hug; BrewDog Triple Hazy

  • Brand: North Country Brewing Company

  • From: Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania

  • Style: Belgian-style Witbier

  • ABV: 4.7%

  • Taste: Full mouthfeel with notes of bitter orange peel and coriander.

  • Similar beers: Allagash White, Hoegaarden Witbier

  • Brand: Platform Beer Company

  • From: Cleveland, Ohio

  • Style: Imperial IPA

  • ABV: 8%

  • Taste: Double dry-hopped double IPA with Trident and Lotus hops that lend a fruity and citrus profile. Complemented by the pillowy mouthfeel and gentle alcoholic warmth.

  • Similar beers: The Alchemist Heady Topper; Southern Tier 2X Haze

  • Brand: Cinderlands Beer Company

  • From: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • Style: West Coast Double IPA

  • ABV: 8.4%

  • Taste: Sticky and resinous West Coast IPA backbone from regional hop varieties, made with Colorado spruce tips and sweet orange peel. Citrus flavor all around for a well-put-together holiday IPA.

  • Similar beers: Cinderlands Beer Company She’s A Beaut; Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA

  • Brand: Rusty Rail Brewing

  • From: Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania

  • Style: Amber lager

  • ABV: 6%

  • Taste: Strong, “kick-butt” amber lager with punchy notes of malt and gingerbread flavor.

  • Similar beers: Sly Fox Christmas Ale; Sam Adams Winter Lager


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