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The new series features brews from New Belgium, Dogfish Head and Sierra Nevada.

Buffalo Wild Wings Unveils Legends of Craft Beer Brew Series

November 16, 2018 Industry News

The next installment of the B-Dubs Brew Series at Buffalo Wild Wings is all about the Legends of Craft Beer. The beverage promotion features unique variations of Golden Ale style beer created by three of the most successful craft breweries in the country—New Belgium, Dogfish Head and Sierra Nevada.

These new beers, which were introduced at the Great American Beer Festival by Sierra Nevada Founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Founder Kim Jordan and Dogfish Head Founder Sam Calagione, will be released regionally across the country at Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants on November 19, with all three options available on tap at five restaurants.

“New Belgium, Dogfish Head and Sierra Nevada are legends of craft beer for different reasons—none of them got to where they’re at today for making the same style of beer,” said Jason Murphy, beverage product and program innovation manager, Buffalo Wild Wings. “So, they challenged each other to make a Golden Ale that best represents each brewery.

These Golden Ales highlight the ingredients used and the techniques employed by each brewery. We’re very excited to get these beers on tap for our fans to enjoy!” 

The New Belgium Wheelie Golden Ale features citrus hops combined with caramel malts to produce a refreshing, clean finish. New Belgium’s Golden Ale will be served in the Mountains and Central region of the country.

The Dogfish Head 4th & Gold mixes Himalayan peppercorns, grapefruit aromas, grapefruit peel and Pacific Northwest hops to create a hoppy Golden Ale. Dogfish Head’s variation of Golden Ale (5.0 percent ABV) will be served at locations in the East.

The Sierra Nevada Storied Golden Ale offers a punch of citrus and tropical fruit flavor to create a hoppy Golden Ale. The hazy Sierra Nevada Golden Ale (6.5 percent ABV) will be served primarily in the West, as well as in Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

The five restaurants that will serve all three beers are listed below:

  • Daly Center, California: 5B Serramonte Center Daly Center, California
  • Los Angeles, California: 7060 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, California
  • Broomfield, Colorado: 10436 Townecenter Dr. Uit 100 Broomfield, Colorado
  • New York, New York: 253 W 47th Street New York, New York
  • Dallas, Texas: 4140 Lemmon Ave. Ste. 176 Dallas, Texas
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