Troegs Brewing Releasing Cordial Elf

Troegs Brewing Releasing Cordial Elf

Cordial Elf by Troegs Independent Craft Brewing (photo courtesy of Troegs Brewing’s Facebook Page)

The Most Cordial Elf

The Elf has gone from being mad to Cordial now. Aww, how sweet. And just in time for Valentine’s Day! As Troegs Independent Craft Brewing recently announced – they will be releasing “Cordial Elf” this Thursday (2.9.23) for the first time ever.

This Cordial Elf will join the ranks of:

(There was also a ton of different variants of the above, firkins with different hops or other ingredients added, and the such throughout the years.)

Release Announcement

From Troegs Independent Craft Brewing’s Facebook page:

Only at Tröegs – it’s Cordial Elf! Starting Thursday, find this new twist on everyone’s favorite holiday ale. Starting with the cherries and honey you already love, we aged Elf on cacao nibs and vanilla. Then, after fermentation, we added more Bing, Lambert, Van, Royal Ann and Montmorency cherries, bestowing a frothy, market-fresh juiciness. Fall madly in love with notes of a luscious bonbon. Just here in Hershey in limited 16-oz. cans or on draft in the Tasting Room. Two 4-pack per person limit. #CordialElf #MadElf #Troegs

Troegs Independent Craft Brewing – Facebook Post

Not Resting on Their Laurels

As part of their scratch system, Troegs Independent Craft Brewing has been announcing several scratch releases, like their upcoming Scratch 478 – Hazy IPA. They are churning out a lot of new beers, keeping their “beer game fresh”.

They’ve also announced the seasonal / yearly release of Hop Horizon as well. Which is part of their rotational hop series.

Our Troegs Articles

Wanting to do a deeper dive into Troegs Brewing? Then check out these other articles we’ve written about Troegs Independent Craft Brewing:

For More Information on Troegs Independent Craft Brewing

As per Untappd, Troegs Independent Craft Brewing is a regional brewery from Hershey, Pennsylvania. With 125 unique beers (editor note – which is massively off, since they are releasing Scratch 478 soon), and over 2 million ratings. They have a global average rating of 3.79 (as of 2.7.23). Their Untappd description reads: Founded in Harrisburg Pennsylvania in 1997 by brothers John and Chris Trogner, Tröegs Independent Brewing is driven by a sense of adventure and curiosity. Our brewery has been built by family, friends and kindred spirits who share a love of great beer. Together, we all make Tröegs. You might know our Perpetual IPA, the best-selling IPA in Pennsylvania. Or the dark, malty and crisp Troegenator. You may have come across such iconic beers as Nugget Nectar or Mad Elf in your beer travels. Perhaps you’ve been lucky enough to try one or two of the hundreds of experimental Scratch Series beers we’ve brewed over the years. Whether you’re already a member of our extended family or you’re just getting to know our brewery, there’s always something new to discover with Tröegs.

Some Recent Articles

Check out these interesting recent articles:

Thanks For Reading

As always, thank you everyone for reading! Today was a busy day with work and the site blowing up with the news of LoveDraft’s Brewery Being Sabotaged. That’s certainly horrible news. So I’m glad this is at least a little bit more upbeat. The site and blog certainly have been busy. I hope you all have been liking all of the articles that we’ve been writing and posting.

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Speaking of writing – we’ve been approached by a few breweries and marketing groups for writing projects. So stay tuned for more information on these projects coming soon.

One week done with the month and we have been very busy. 2023 is turning out to be a much busier year for the blog. Ironically – it seems that we are doing less travel this year than last year (thanks Scarlet…). Doing more and more writing, but not hitting the road for travelogues and other activities, and not doing as much out and about as we did last year. By this point last year we had went to the Cushwa 5th Anniversary Celebration Beerfest, did a big trip through Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, as well as separate trips to Virginia. This year so far we’ve just made the one trip out to Hackensack and Little Ferry for Hackensack Brewing, Brix City Brewing, and The Alementary.

But don’t worry, we are definitely going to be doing a lot of trips once the weather starts warming up. We have the Craft Brewers Conference in Nashville in May. The annual trip to AC for the AC Beer and Music Fest. As well as planning a big trip up through Vermont, New Hampshire, etc.

So there will certainly be a lot of articles and travelogues for the year. I promise!










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