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    Appalachian Brewing 2012 Releases



    From Appalachian's recent newsletter, a brief run-down of their upcoming schedule.

    2012 General Release:
    January - Zoigl Star Lager | Releasing January 6, 2012
    February - Outta Focus 2XIPA | Previewing January 31, 2012 | Releasing February 3, 2012
    March - Celtic Knot Red Ale | Previewing February 28, 2012 | Releasing March 2, 2012
    April - Pennypacker Porter | Previewing April 3, 2012 | Releasing April 6, 2012
    May - Anniversary Maibock | Previewing May 1, 2012 | Releasing May 4, 2012
    June - Hinterland Hefe Weizen | Previewing June 5, 2012 | Releasing June 8, 2012
    Special - Major Hops | Releasing June 21, 2012
    July - Dom Blonde Kolsch | Previewing July 3, 2012 | Releasing July 6, 2012
    August - Kipona Fest | Previewing July 31, 2012 | Releasing August 3, 2012
    September - Peregrine Pilsner | Previewing September 4, 2012 | Releasing September 7, 2012
    September - Hinterland Hefe Weizen | Previewing September 13, 2012 | Releasing September 16, 2012
    October - Batch No. 666 | Previewing October 2, 2012 | Releasing October 5, 2012
    November - Grinnin' Grizzly Spiced Ale I Previewing October 30, 2012 | Releasing November 2, 2012
    Special - Mad Cameron Belgian Wit | Releasing November 15, 2012
    December - Volks Weizenbock, Previewing November 27, 2012, Releasing November 30, 2012


    2012 Bottled Specialty Release:
    February - Outta Focus 2XIPA - 22 oz, Releasing Jan. 27, 2012
    March - Susquehanna Stout 12/Espresso Stout 22 oz, Releasing March 2, 2012
    May - Anniversary Maibock - 22 oz, Releasing April 27, 2012
    August - Kipona Fest - 12 oz, Releasing July 27, 2012
    October - Batch No. 666 - 22 oz, Releasing September 28, 2012
    November - Grinnin' Grizzly Spiced Ale - 12 oz, Releasing October 26, 2012
    December - Volks Weizenbock - 22 oz, Releasing November 23, 2012
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    Kinda crazy that they can dial in their dates so far in the future like that. One little mishap and the whole thing would get thrown off. They must have extra space too. Either way, the have a great variety of different styles.

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