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SanTan Brewing Co. Releases Special Edition Cans of Aged Beer

Just in time for deep, flavorful beers to come back in season, SanTan Brewing Co. announced that it will be releasing special aged editions of some of their most popular seasonal brews every six to eight weeks. If you aren't thirsty now, trust us, after reading the line-up of canned and aged SanTan beers to be released in the coming weeks, you'll certainly want to crack one open for yourself.

See also: SanTan Count Hopula

The Vault series will release SanTan's seasonal beers after approximately six to eight weeks of aging in limited 100 barrel batches. The new can series is named after the historic National Bank's vault, which now houses SanTan's brewhouse.

Intensity and smoothness isn't the only thing to love about SanTan's Vault brews, though-- the aged beers will also have a higher ABV. The Count Hopula red IPA will be available first at 9.1% ABV and 99 IBUs. After that, you can expect to see the Winter Warmer, Mad Czar Russian Imperial Stout, Fat AleBert Hey Hey Heavyweight Brown, Lalapalupalin Ridiculous IPA, and KiloHop Ludicrous IPA.

16 ounce cans of Vault series beers will be available in Arizona, California, and Texas at select retail and bar locations. To find a spot to pick up a four pack near you, visit SanTan's Beer Finder app.

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Heather Hoch is a music, food, and arts writer based in Tucson. She enjoys soup, scotch, Electric Light Orchestra, and walking her dog, Frodo.
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