Two of DuClaw Brewing Co.’s long standing releases are being retired this week to make room for new beers.

The two beers being retired are Serum XXIPA, an 8.3 percent ABV double IPA that was first released as a seasonal option in 2004 before going year-round, and EuForia Toffee Nut Brown Ale, a 5 percent ABV brown ale brewed with coffee that was first released in 2006.

The two beers are being replaced by Funk, a 5 percent ABV American wheat beer brewed with both blueberries and meyer lemons, and Blood Orange Neon Gypsy, a 6.5 percent ABV IPA brewed with blood oranges.

According to an email sent by the Baltimore-based brewery, both new beers will be available year-round packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles starting on June 25.

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