Lagunitas 2009 Bombers and Seasonal 6-Packs
Try the 22-ounce Line of Seasonals from Lagunitas! Check out the hard to find beers such as Olde Gnarlywine, Lucky 13, Cappuccino Stout, Brown Shugga, and whatever else the seasons may bring.
As the season changes, the label changes, the beer changes, but to make it easy for retailers and consumers…. The Price Always Stays the Same! The UPC# Always Stays the Same!
Ruben & The Jets – December — Our last tribute to the prolific Zappa… A chewy, chocolatey, slippery slide into 2009.
Olde GnarlyWine – February — The annual release of our BarleyWine… This is surely not a beer for the designated driver.
Recession Ale – April — A beer to help remember that things go in cycles and then to help forget what you remembered.
Lucky 13 Ale – June — Our 13th birthday beer was a staff favorite, so we’ll do it again BIG on the hops and dark malts.
Cappuccino Stout – August — Big, Dark, and Scary, made with Sebastopol’s Hardcore Coffee for that little extra Krunk.
TBA — October — Our winter seasonal recipe hasn’t been decided yet, but it’ll be sure to warm your cockles…
2009 Seasonal 6-Packs
The Hairy Eyeball – Our New Year’s release for the seasoned beer folks… Big, brown warmer with several types of crystal malt. No actual eyeballs can actually be found in the beer. Approx. release – New Year’s Day 2009 abv: 8.7%
Undercover Investigation Shut-Down Ale – Our oxymoronic “Imperial Mild” – A redux to remeber the ’05 St. Paddy’s Day Massacre. Defiant as to style… We can say for sure it is unforgiven and unrepentant. Approx. release – March 2009 abv: 9.7%
Summer Seasonal TBA – We’re not really sure yet what this one will be… You can be sure it will be a smoothish summer-time sort of sipper, but be warned – it may be a dangerous slammer. Approx. release – May 2009 abv: ?.?%
Imperial Red Ale – Big on the spicy, skunky hops, bigger on the rich red malt. A variation of our original 1993 “Lagunitas Red”, still in the handy 6-pack carriers for your enjoyment. Approx. release – August 2009 abv: 7.8%
Brown Shugga – How come you taste so good?? 200 pounds of pure brown sugar in each 30-barrel batch, that’s how! This strong ale leaves a lot of stories in it’s wake. Approx. release – October 2009 abv: 9.5%