Jack’s Abby Divulge Fall Seasonal Release Schedule

Jacks AbbyJack’s Abby Brewing out in Framingham have been very busy. They’ve just about maxed out their current space at the brewery and recently turned three years old. They’ve also been very active in the efforts to rejuvenate Framingham’s downtown area and in an effort to build on their momentum they’ve also just divulged their upcoming Fall, seasonal release schedule which features hoppy and malty beers.

The schedule is looking as follows:

  • September:

    Copper Legend: This Octoberfest-style lager is malty, smooth and exceedingly drinkable—perfect to celebrate the change in seasons. This beer features locally grown wheat from MA, Munich malt and noble hops. September release. ABV 5.7%, IBUs 22.

    Fire in the Ham: This intensely smokey lager similar to those found in Bamberg, Germany. Most of this brew’s malt was dried over flaming beechwood, which ingrains unique smokey flavors. Aromas of campfires, smoked ham, and bacon dominate a soft malt and hop backbone. September release. ABV 5.4%, IBUs 20.

    Wet Hop Lager: Part of the Mom & Pop’s Harvest Series, this seasonal beer features 100% locally sourced ingredients including hops grown by the founders’ Mom & Pop, as well as other New England farms. Malted barley, unmalted spelt and wheat provide the finishing touches for this brew. Not to be confused as an extra-hoppy beer, this is a nicely balanced and pleasantly hopped lager. September release. ABV 5.2%

  • October:

    Pumpkin Crop Lager: Part of the Mom & Pop’s Harvest Series, this seasonal beer features 100% locally sourced ingredients including pumpkins grown by the founders’ Mom & Pop, as well as other New England farms. Perfect for the Fall season, a blend of autumnal spices complements an intense pumpkin flavor. October release. ABV 5.5%, IBUs 10.

    Kiwi Rising: We refer to this intensely hoppy and strong lager as a Double India Pale Lager. Over four pounds of New Zealand hops (Kiwi Hops) per BBL were used in progressively larger hop additions throughout the brewing process. Four kettle hop additions, whole leaf hops in the hop back, and multiple dry hop additions infuse an intense floral and citrusy aroma. October release. ABV 8.5%, IBUs 105.

  • November:

    Lashes Lager: This hopbock lager balances an assertive Munich Malt character with an infusion of Super Styrian, Columbus and Palisades hops. It’s full-bodied and malty with a hop aroma that’s both spicy and piney. November release. ABV 6.8%, IBUs 50.

    You can find out more information about Jack’s Abby Brewing on their site over here. The brewery is located at 81 Morton Street, Framingham, MA 01702.

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