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Pyramid Brewing annnounces new India Pale Lager

Pyramid Brewing annnounces new India Pale Lager


One of the latest style hybrid/trends in beer is the IPL or India Pale Lager, it's no surprise but it seems like every new style is a variation of the ever popular IPA. Pyramid Brewing is the latest to debut an IPL. This new year-round beer combines the citrusy hop flavors of a Northwest IPA with the smooth finish of a lager. With 6% ABV, this beer rates 60 on the IBU scale.

“Pyramid IPL is somewhat of a blend between a Northwest IPA and a Czech Pilsner,” said Ryan Pappe, head brewer, Pyramid Breweries. “We used a combination of hops common to both brews to create a light bodied beer that has a refreshing flavor and clean finish. With a hint of sweetness, Pyramid IPL has an assertive hop character that will appeal to IPA drinkers, but with a smoother taste experience that harkens back to the classic Czech Pilsners.”

Following the success of Pyramid’s Outburst Imperial IPA, one of the fastest growing IPAs across the Pacific Northwest, according to a press release, Pyramid brewers created Pyramid IPL.

Pyramid IPL will be available on draft, in 22 oz. bottles and in 12 oz. six-pack, 12-pack and 24-pack bottles at select bars, restaurants and retailers across the United States. The launch will be supported by a mix of consumer sampling events across Pyramid’s core markets. To find Pyramid beers, use the global pint seeker.

Visit Pyramid Breweries for more information or join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.


The Mash Up is back—and so are the new beer releases

With over 185 breweries now pouring their beer in Minnesota, there’s always something new to try. To keep you up to date, we present The Mash-Up—our weekly rundown of new beers and seasonal releases in Minnesota from your favorite local and national breweries. Visit growlermag.com every Friday for the latest or sign up for a weekly email .

T aprooms have opened up across the state again, and curbside pickup and delivery from liquor stores still present a wide range of options so people can socially distance in whatever setting they prefer.

In this week’s edition of The Mash-Up, our first since March, we play a bit of catch-up. Ultimately, beer continues to follow three key themes: taste, community, and season. There are beers built around every flavor profile you can imagine—traditional “beers that taste like beer” that are listed right next to beers inspired by candy. There are also collaborations between different breweries, different industries, and across state lines. A few beers are connected to charities and, yes, the Oktoberfest sightings have also begun.

Whether you’re enjoying a fruited sour, a summer session, or a bold Black Is Beautiful oatmeal stout, welcome back. Cheers!

Each week, The Growler’s editorial team highlights five of the most tantalizing new beers hitting taps and store shelves that we’re most excited to try.

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful // Photo via Dangerous Man Instagram

Dangerous Man Black is Beautiful

An oatmeal stout for charity, brewed in collaboration with Weathered Souls Brewing to raise awareness for racial injustice and more. Proceeds of this beer will be donated to Black Visions Collective. 5.0% ABV, 32 IBU.

Fair State People Power

A Kölsch-style ale that pours at 4.8% ABV. A portion of proceeds benefits ACLU.

FINNEGANS Dreamland

A Barrels of Life Series release, this is a 9.5% ABV brett saison aged in chardonnay barrels. “This is the beer FINNEGANS head brewer Ryan has been dreaming of brewing for years. Chardonnay barrels add a nice grape wine quality,” FINNEGANS says.

Pryes & Drekker Mutually Inclusive Collaboration

A Cuvée-style smoothie sour made in collaboration with Drekker. Pryes’ version features mango, while Drekker’s variant features black currant.

Modist Personal Helles

A Helles Style Lager hopped with Cryo Simcoe, Saphir & Triple Pearl aged in our oak foeder, says the brewery. Releases on Saturday, July 18.