The releases from The Veil Brewing Co. today including two new beers and one returning favorite.
The first new release is Major Rager, a 6.3 percent ABV IPA brewed with rice and hibiscus power along with enigma, Moteuka, nelson sauvin and wakatu hops. There are approximately 224 cases available, with each four-pack of 16-ounce cans retailing for $13 and a four four-pack per person limit.
The second beer debuting is Broz Night Out, a 9 percent ABV double IPA brewed with pale malt, oats and “hopped exclusively and intensely” with Citra hops. The new IPA is the imperial version of Veil’s Broz Day Off (4.8 percent ABV) which was first released earlier this year, and will have a limit of four four-packs per person limit price at $15 each.
Finally, the Richmond, Va.-based brewery will be releasing more cans of Hornswoggler, the brewery’s 7 percent ABV chocolate milk stout, which was originally released in January. There are approximately 96 cases available, with each four-pack of 16-ounce cans retailing for $13 and a two four-pack per person limit.
According to a post on Veil Brewing’s Facebook page, all three beers are scheduled to be released starting at 4 p.m. today at the brewery, and none of the cans will see distribution.