This Friday, July 16th, starting at 6PM, Buffalo Brewing Company will be releasing the next iteration in their experimental beer releases that they’ve dubbed the “Open Range Series.”

This is a new series of beers that will, according to new assistant brewer Jerid Saffell, “be spontaneously released throughout the year.” They’re not going to limit their imaginations for these beers and we’ve been promised that they’ll “encompass a vast amounts of styles.”

Two different beers will be tapped at 6PM, including the Lupulin Storm. Here’s Jerid’s description of the beer:

The latest beer in our Open Range series. This one is a 7.5% American Amber Ale hopped only in the late stages with Amarillo and Centennial hops, but still boasting an IBU rating of 51. Further dry hopped with fresh Centennial hops. This is a small batch beer so no growler sales. Served in snifters.

The second beer to be tapped that night will be a cask of Buffalo Head. Here’s a description:

An overhopped American Wheat beer featuring the citrusy Amarillo hop. Dry hopped at over 1lb per barrel. Served in snifters.

If you enjoy the cask, Buffalo Head will also be available on draught with the option to purchase growlers of the draught version if it strikes your fancy. Looks to be another few dynamite beers coming out of Buffalo Brewing.