Left Hand Brewing Co. has announced its plans for 2016, and there are four new beers scheduled.
The first new beer for the Longmont, Colo.-based brewery is a year-round option named Extrovert IPA, an IPA that will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles. Left Hand already has a similar beer named Introvert Session IPA, a 4.8 percent ABV IPA brewed with 2-row, Munich, Vienna, caraaroma, and crystal malts as well as ctz, Centennial, Cascade, Chinook, sterling, and comet hops.
Joining the brewery’s seasonal lineup will be Hard Wired Nitro, a 6 percent ABV coffee porter packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles that will be available from February-April. The new beer will join three other seasonal releases: Good Juju (4.5 percent ABV), available from May-August, Oktoberfest (6.6 percent ABV) available from August-October and Fade to Black (8.5 percent ABV) available from November-January.
There will also be two new releases in Left Hand’s Big Mo Series of higher ABV beers: Wicked Juju, a 6.4 percent ABV spiced ale that will be available from March-May and another release that has yet to be announced that will be available from June-August.
Both of the new beers will be packaged in 22-ounce bottles and will join two already existing Big Mo beers: Warrior IPA (7.3 percent ABV) which is available from late September-October and Smoke Jumper (9.9 percent ABV) which is available from November-December.