Dancing Gnome Releases Two Favorites from the Archives!

A can of White Oak witbier from Dancing Gnome Beer
White Oak by Dancing Gnome Beer, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Dancing Gnome Beer

Dancing Gnome Releases Two Favorites from the Archives!

A can of White Oak witbier from Dancing Gnome Beer
White Oak by Dancing Gnome Beer, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Dancing Gnome Beer
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    As a massive Dancing Gnome Brewery fan, I can say that the yearly series they have released are nothing short of stellar. This year, we’ve been blessed with the Watershed series. With stunning art and flavor, all of those brews have been amazing! Recently, Dancing Gnome went back into the archives and released two favorites from previous years for us to enjoy again! Here’s what’s available. 

    First off, we’ve got last year’s tree series. White Oak is a 5% witbier that sounds great for these summer months. Brewed with coriander and curacao orange, this is a spiced citrus brew that is an easy drinker. A departure from Dancing Gnome’s usual hop-forward masterpieces, this beer is a winner. Light, crisp and subtle in flavor, this is a witbier for the ages. 

    Next, we’re taking it all the way back to 2018. That year, the flower series was released. A part of this iconic series, Speedwell is available one again. An 8.5% double IPA, this beer is hopped with Citra, Simcoe, Amarillo, and Nelson.  This brew boasts a super high rating on Untappd! A big-bodied, pillowy brew. Orange and grapefruit notes create a super dank brew that demands to be tried. If you love IPAs, get this one stat! 

    Both of these brews are available for can to-go orders and may be available on tap at the time of your visit in the outdoor garden, Message the brewery on their social media channels to be sure! I’m excited to try both of these archive brews and see if the new variants are just as great as I remember! 

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