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Terrapin's New Arrivals
Posted Thursday, April 26th, 2012 by James Kitchens

(Athens, GA) - Terrapin Beer Company has a couple notes in their newsletter about their new beer arrivals. We have already posted about Easy Rider HERE. That beer is coming in "early May" according to the company. They also note two other beers in the newsletter --- their 10-year Anniversary Ale, and their Side Project #16 called Phlux Capacitor. Details are below...

From the Terrapin newsletter:

terrapin 10*NEW ARRIVALS*

EASY RIDER
Just in time for the heat of summer, meet the newest beer in the Seasonal Sessions line! This hopped-up 4.5% ABV session ale is brewed with an abundance of Maris Otter malt and five different hops. Then we dry hop it with Galaxy hops from Australia to really rev up the hop complexity! High in flavor and low in alcohol, this truly is The Beer That's Made For The Long Haul!

ANNIVERSARY ALE
"It is absolutely paradoxical; we can not understand it, and we don't know what it means. But we have proved it, and therefore we know it must be the truth."
-Benjamin Peirce

This sums up how we feel about the last 10 years and the phenomenal growth we've enjoyed. Please join us in celebrating ten years of Terrapin with this ale brewed with a Belgian yeast strain, two kinds of orange peel, and chamomile. We chose to express this beautiful brew with what has been described as a beautiful equation... sip on this while you ponder the math's meaning and our mystical universe full of possibility!

phlux capacitorPHLUX CAPACITOR
Traveling though time to Number 16 in our Side Project series of brews is Phlux Capacitor! Clocking in at 88 IBU and 9.7% ABV, this oak-aged bully is brewed to an unknown style from another dimension. Though this brew's origins are rumored to be not of this Earth, the recipe was discovered on Saturday, November 12, 1985 at precisely 10:04 PM, scribbled on the back of a sports almanac left inside an abandoned DeLorean. We've been told that the speedometer in the car was frozen at 88 mph, and that it took 1.21 gigawatts to jump start the car back to the future! We hope you enjoy our interpretation of this totally fictitious ale!

Link to Terrapin newsletter

Tagged: Terrapin Beer Company, Side Project 16 - Phlux Capacitor, 10th Anniversary Ale