It is Tuesday, and that means only one thing for The Veil Brewing Co. fans: new beers.
The first new release is Uncle Uncle Cousin Cousin, an 11 percent ABV double dry-hopped version of the Richmond, Va.-based brewery’s triple IPA Uncle Cousin that incorporates Mosaic hops. The new beer will be packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($19) ad will have a purchase limit of six four-packs per person with an estimated 165-190 cases available.
The second debut is Never Never Gonnagetit Gonnagetit, a double version of The Veil’s mixed-berry gose Never Gonnagetit and the next variant in The Veil’s fruited gose Never Series. Coming in at 5.1 percent ABV, the gose-styel ale is brewed with twice the amount of blackberry, boysenberry and raspberry purée as the original release, and is packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($22.) There will be a purchase limit of six four-packs per person with an estimated 170-190 cases available.
Finally, the brewery is rereleasing Lord Lord Shredder Shredder, a double dry-hopped version of its Master Shredder IPA that is brewed with twice the amount of blood oranges. Priced at $16.50 per four-pack of 16-ounce cans, there will be a purchase limit of six four-packs per person with an estimated 215-230 cases available.
According to a post on The Veil Brewing Co.’s Facebook page, all three beers will be released at the brewery today, and purchase limits are subject to change.