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5 Buffalo Beer Briefs to Know This Week: Sept 8

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Written by Brian Campbell

Published on September 8, 2021

Each week we round up the best and biggest Buffalo beer news, releases, and events happening in Buffalo and Western New York. Here’s what’s trending:

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1. Beasts in the East Buffalo IPA Returns to First Line

Now is the time to stock up on Bills-themed brews ahead of the season opener this Sunday, and First Line Brewing is giving you another with the returning Beasts in the East IPA. This 6.7% hazy IPA features bright and creamy notes of pineapple, orange and mango and was one of the best Bills beers from last year’s playoff run. It is available only on draft for now (though it may be canned in the near future).

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2. Big Ditch Earns 4 Medals, Including 3 Golds, at U.S. Open Beer Championship

Big Ditch Brewing cleaned up at the 2021 U.S. Open Beer Championship, earning four medals for four different beers, en route to being named the fifth most awarded brewery in the entire competition. They earned a trio of gold medals for Berry Vision (American Style Berry Beer) and Hawaiian Vision (Fruit Gose) Sours, as well as their Bourbon Barrel Aged The Tower Barleywine (Barrel-Aged Barley Wine – American), and a bronze for Dayburner IPA (Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale). Berry Vision and Dayburner are currently available on draft and in cans.

3. Thin Man to Release Bourbon Barrel Spelunkenheimer Adambier

Leave it to Thin Man to get us all into the fall spirit with the release of Bourbon Barrel Spelunkenheimer Adambier bottles on September 10. This batch of Spelunkenheimer was brewed in April of 2020 and put to rest in Willet bourbon barrels and allowed to mature for 14 months. The resulting beer is velvety with notes of chocolate, caramel, bourbon, smoke, oak and vanilla. Preorder now on Oznr for pickup at the Thin Man Elmwood and Transit locations.

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4. Join Hamburg Brewing for Their 8th Anniversary Party

Hamburg Brewing is turning eight years old and they are inviting all of their friends to help them celebrate this year on September 18 (12pm). There will be live music all day from South City (1pm), Breakaway (4:30pm) and Strictly Hip (8pm), food, wine, and, of course, beer. The brewery will release A Lotta Bit Lager Now, an 8% hoppy lager brewed with Cascade and Simcoe hops. This beer drinks smooth and flavorful, like an IPA meeting a crisp and clean lager. A Lotta Bit Lager Now will be available right at noon.

5. Belt Line Teams With Manor Hill to Drop New Czech Pilsner

Buffalo Bohemian is a Czech-style Pilsner brewed in collaboration with Manor Hill Brewing from Ellicott City, Maryland, which will be released at Belt Line on September 25 (12pm). This Czech Pils features locally grown Cascade hops and organic field corn from Maryland to create a light and perfect crispy boi for your next tailgate. Buffa-Boh will be available on draft and in cans. For the release, Belt Line will also be featuring Maryland-inspired food and drink options.

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Written by <a href="https://stepoutbuffalo.com/author/b-campbell/" target="_self">Brian Campbell</a>

Written by Brian Campbell

Brian Campbell is co-founder and Brand Manager of the Buffalo Beer League, and writes the weekly Buffalo Beer Buzz column. If you have beer news that should be included in the Beer Buzz, Brian can be reached at brian@buffalobeerleague.com, on Twitter (@buffbeerleague), Instagram (@buffalobeerleague), and Facebook (@thebuffalobeerleague).
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