Guinness had just released some very cool news. They announced the newest additions to their growing portfolio. It will be a Rye Pale Ale and Antwerpen Stout. Both of the beers are available nationwide until December. Here is some information on each one.

Rye Pale Ale: Created last year around the holiday as a gift for family and friends, Guinness Rye Pale Ale quickly became a staple at the Open Gate Brewery in Dublin. With a peppery bite thanks to the rye malt used, Rye Pale Ale gets a nice balance from the grapefruit and citrus flavor from Mosaic and Cascade hops. The beer was such a hit that Guinness began brewing larger batches in order for more people to sample it.

Antwerpen Stout: Previously only available in Belgium, Guinness Antwerpen Stout is making its way to the US for the first time since the initial batch was brewed in 1944. With intense roasted malt, smoked wood, raisin and licorice notes and its sweet smells of bittersweet chocolate, coffee and a touch of black currant, the beer is still a favorite of brewers at St. James’s Gate.

Both of these beers are the latest to come from The Brewers Project, the same team behind Guinness Blonde American Lager and Nitro IPA.

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