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Fill Your ManCan with these Spring Seasonal Beers

Spring has sprung! Well, at least in Denver it has. With 80* weather in our forecast, we are looking forward to filling the ManCan with some amazing spring seasonal beers. Here is a list of 2017 spring seasonal beers to look out for this season:

New Belgium Spring Blonde

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

ABV: 6%

Notes from the brewer: “Brewed with pale and Munich malts, this golden ale pours bright copper and holds a strong, white head aloft. A nose of lemon peel, pepper, and fresh baked bread entice a sipping. Spring Blonde drinks malty, sweet and wonderful. And the easy Nugget hopping pedals towards a dry, lightly bitter finish. Shed that coat, grab some bikes, and crack some beers.”


Deschutes Red Chair NWPA

Style: American Pale Ale

ABV: 6.2%

Notes from the brewer: “The citrus punch of a big IPA, minus the one-dimensional hop sledgehammer. Several select European and domestic malts round out the edges for a complex, copper-colored brew. Like its namesake ski lift, it’s an insider’s ride to fresh thrills.”


Rhinegeist Knowledge

Style: Imperial India Pale Ale

ABV: 8.5%

Notes from the brewer: “Intense & refined, Knowledge delivers notes of resinous pine, dank sap, pithy grapefruit, & ripe pineapple. Chewy hops, a zesty punch; this erudite Imperial India Pale Ale sharpens perceptive depths in the studious night.”


Sam Adams Fresh as Helles

Style: Helles Lager

ABV: 5.4%

Notes from the brewer: “The soft citrus of orange blossom adds a bright accent to the slightly sweet honey malt notes in this Helles lager, leading to a round, smooth finish.”


Stone Enjoy by 4.20.2017

Style: Brett IPA

ABV: 7%

Notes from the brewer: “This IPA is spiked at bottling with Brettanomyces, a wild yeast that, over time, brings about charmingly unpredictable complexities of spice, funk, acidity and more. The operative words in our beer-cellaring thesis are “over time.” For those of you who are impatient or like to experiment, the earliest we recommend sampling this beer is 04.20.16. The beer won’t be fully carbonated until that date. Ideally, you’ll want to cellar the beer up to—or beyond—the Enjoy After date to help it reach its full evolutionary potential. At that point, some facets of the Brett characteristics will have mellowed, while others will have become more profound; it all matures into a fascinating and delicious culmination. Individual results will vary…and that’s both the beauty and the intent behind this beer.”


We hope you get to try some of these fantastic seasonal craft beers this spring! Whether you are dealing with a sunny and warm start to the season or record snow
falls, craft beer makes everything better. And ManCan serves craft beer the way the brewer intended, right from the tap. Grab your ManCan here and enjoy your spring with brewery fresh draft beer at home or on the go! Cheers!

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