Next year will be an exciting one for New Holland Brewing Co., including a new year-round IPA, three new Dragon’s Milk variants and two additions to its Limited Release schedule..

According to the Holland, Mich.-based brewery, the first new beer will come in January 2018 when it releases Tangerine Space Machine New England-Style IPA that will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans and will be available mainly in “Michigan and midwest states.” In addition, Xtra Time American Session Beer will be added as a year-round option starting in March.

Both beers will join four other offerings in New Holland’s core lineup:

  • Dragon’s Milk Bourbon Barrel Stout
  • Mad Hatter American IPA
  • Extra Time Session Beer
  • The Poet American Oatmeal Stout
  • Hoptronix Double IPA
  • Tangerine Space Machine New England-Style IPA

“New Holland is a brand that listens to its fans and is committed to pushing creativity within craft styles while also growing long time favorites,” said Brett VanderKamp, president and founder at New Holland, in a press release. “Each brew is thoughtfully crafted and inspired by the stories around us. I think our 2018 lineup is exciting for both new and existing fans alike. We continue to build around Dragon’s Milk as our top brand while letting our brewers unleash their creativity.”

New Holland’s seasonal releases will also get an addition in March named Passion Blaster Rose Ale that will be available from March-June. In addition, Lost Dune Golden Ale will be sold June-September while Cabin Fever Brown Ale will be available from January-February  as well as November-December.

The brewery’s Limited Release lineup will gain three new additions in Taz Galaxy IPA and Baltic Anomaly Baltic Porter. Both beers will join three other releases:

  • Night Tripper Imperial Stout — January-February
  • Taz Galaxy IPA — May-June
  • Ichabod Pumpkin Ale — September-October
  • Baltic Anomaly Baltic Porter — November-December
  • Pilgrim’s Dole Wheatwine — November

In addition, New Holland will be splitting off its Sour Program, which will be composed of four different releases throughout the year:

  • Blue Sunday Sour Ale — January
  • Incorrigible Reserve White Sour Ale — June
  • To Be Determined Sour Ale — July-August
  • To Be Determined Cherry Sour Ale — October

Finally, the brewery will be releasing three new Dragon’s Milk Reserve variants, including the already announced Salted Caramel on January 1, followed by two to be announced variants in May and September.