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By Norman Miller
April 26, 2013 5:18 p.m.

There are several new beers that will soon be hitting store shelves that you need to keep a look out for.
The first one, which I had the extreme pleasure of trying last night, is the Boulevard Brewing Company’s Love Child No. 3.
The Love Child series is a set of wild ales that are barrel aged with wild yeasts.
If you’re a fan of funky sour beers, Love Child No. 3 is for you. There is a pleasant fruity sourness, and it leaves you wanting more and more with each sip.
It’s on its way to the state as we speak, and it’s a lovely beer. If you see it, buy it. It’s only April, but it’s already a contender for beer of the year.
Another barrel-aged beer on the way is the new Kill Devil Brown Ale from Widmer Brothers.5-8_Kill_Devil_2752
The Kill Devil Brown Ale is part of the brewery’s Brothers’ Reserve series.
It is described as a brown ale brewed with two types of molasses and palm sugars, aged in rum barrels.
And Framingham’s own Jack’s Abby Brewing on Friday brewed its collaboration beer with Lawson’s Finest Liquids of Vermont.
The beer uses malt from Valley Malt and uses maple wood from Sean Lawson’s property in Vermont.
When the beer is ready, it will be available in both Massachusetts and Vermont in both bottles and on draft. I can’t wait.

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