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Brewery releases availability calendar

December 28, 2016
| By Pat Evans |
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Holland-based New Holland Brewing Co. makes craft beer and craft spirits and says the "art of craft lives in fostering rich experiences for our customers." Photo via

A West Michigan brewery has announced its 2017 production lineup.

New Holland Brewing posted its beer release calendar last week, shortly following the announcement of a national distribution partnership with Pabst Brewing Co.

The company is celebrating its 20th year in 2017.

“On the whole, we are looking to 2017 as a renewed commitment to fresh, innovative ideas, while using our 20 years of experience to make smart decisions and brew killer beers,” said Brett VanderKamp, president and founder, New Holland Brewing. “Two decades of beer is pretty special, and we’re excited for our offerings, both new and old.”

Core brews

The Holland-based brewery has added two additions to its "core" lineup: Hoptronix double IPA and Lost Dune golden ale.

The pair of beers join Dragon’s Milk, Mad Hatter IPA, The Poet oatmeal stout and Extra Time as the company's core offerings.


Belgian Dubbel will be distributed as the brewery’s fifth seasonal from October to November.

Other New Holland seasonals include Tasmanian Hatter, an IPA hopped with Galaxy hops, Cabin Fever brown ale, White Hatter Belgian-style WPA and Ichabod pumpkin ale.

Limited releases

In January, New Holland will release Blue Sunday sour ale and the first of four Dragon’s Milk Reserve releases.

Night Tripper imperial stout will be released in February, followed by the second Dragon’s Milk Reserve release in April and a mango and pineapple variation of Incorrigible Reserve white sour ale.

Black Tulip Belgian triple ale will release in May.

July will bring the third Dragon’s Milk Reserve release and Incorrigible white sour ale.

A honey porter will be released in September, followed by the fourth Dragon’s Milk Reserve in November and December’s Pilgrim’s Dole wheatwine release.

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