Summer is not over yet, but two fall seasonals from New Glarus Brewing Co. have just been released.
The first beer is Staghorn, a 5.7 percent ABV Bavarian Octoberfest-style beer brewed with Germany yeast and over 1,100 pounds of malted barley in each batch. The seasonal release was first sold more than 20 years ago, and is packaged in 12-ounce bottles.
Next up is Cherry Stout, a member of the New Glarus, Wis.-based brewery’s Thumbprint Series, that is brewed with eight Wisconsin malted barleys and Wisconsin montmorency cherries before being aged in oak barrels. First brewed in 2005, the stout is packaged in four-packs of 12-ounce bottles.
According to a post on New Glarus’ Instagram page, both Cherry Stout and Staghorn are currently available in the at the brewery’s beer depot and will begin hitting shelves statewide this week.
An email sent to New Glarus requesting additional information was not immediately returned.