Coronado Brewing Introduces Palm Sway Island-Fashion IPA to Its 16 oz. 6-Pack Portfolio

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Immediately after winning a huge gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival, Coronado Brewing Company announced the launch of their newest year-round offering, Palm Sway Island-Style IPA. The Island-Style IPA is an ale that offers certain characteristics of a cloudy IPA (i.e. tropical, juicy) but ends up clear and crisp through the use of Cal Ale yeast. It’s filled with an abundance of hops from New Zealand and the West Coast, including Chinook, Citra, Comet, El Dorado, Mosaic, Motueka, and Waimea, which give the beer incredibly juicy, fruity notes of pineapple, mango, stone fruit, citrus, and pine.

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“In 2020 we brewed an island-style collaboration with our friends at Maui Brewing that was an absolute hit,” says Mark Theisen, Head Brewer of the Coronado Brewing Company. “We knew that at some point the style would be a perfect match for our year-round portfolio, so we got down to work at the brewery. After months of research and development, we were finally ready and very excited to send the beer to GABF for evaluation. The gold medal last weekend is just the icing on the cake. “

Palm Sway Island-Style IPA is a mellow beer specially made to get you into the island state of mind. Imagine opening your first beer with your feet up while a breeze is blowing in your favorite island paradise. For some it is the white sandy beaches of Hawaii, for others it is the perfect shady spot under a palm tree in front of the Hotel Del Coronado. Wherever that place is where you can truly escape the real world, Palm Sway is brewed to get you there.

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Palm Sway complements Coronado’s year-round 16 oz 6-pack range alongside the company’s best-selling Weekend Vibes IPA and innovative newcomer Orange Avenue Shandy. Palm Sway offers our year-round beer portfolio a completely new and unique flavor profile. Our award-winning Weekend Vibes have an incredibly bright and crisp profile, while Palm Sway offers a very juicy and tropical taste experience. “The craft beer industry is very much driven by India Pale Ales, and we have absolutely more room to grow in that style segment,” said Clinton Smith, CCO of Coronado Brewing Company. “Palm Sway is officially an award-winning IPA after the Great American Beer Festival, and the excitement for this launch has been tremendous among our team, our distributors and retailers.”

Palm Sway IPA debuts on Friday, September 24th at the three Coronado locations. The beer will be available in 16-ounce cans of 6-packs and on tap throughout Coronado’s distribution network. For more information on Palm Sway, see www.coronadobrewing.com. Stay on the coast. Thank you very much.

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ — Staten Island-style — on the Alice Austen Home | Time Capsule: Staten Island

For several years, Staten Island had its own version of Dancing With the Stars, the hit ABC TV series that is still going strong after 15 years. It was a glittering gala at the Alice Austen House Museum in Rosebank.

June 14, 2008: Former South Shore Councilor Fred Cerullo and dance instructor Betteanne Fox dance the rumba one night with Dancing With the Stars.Staten Island Advance

The chic format saw local celebrity dancers paired with professional instructors strutting their things against the picturesque panoramic backdrop of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge and New York Harbor. But Seaview’s Colony Hall only offered an alternative setting when it rained.

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June 14, 2008: Aurelia Curtis and Kelly Gilmore dance the salsa during the Alice Austen House Museum’s annual fundraising gala “Dancing With the Stars”.Staten Island Advance

The proceeds from the soiree went to the Alice Austen Museum, a national historic landmark called “Clear Comfort” and the former home of renowned photographer Alice Austen, who allegedly cut a pretty good carpet herself.

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June 14, 2008: Fran Reali and Kelly Gilmore dance the tango.Staten Island Advance

Cocktails flowed and appetizers were served under a lush tent, followed by polished performances, dinner and dancing – all on the luxurious lawn by the water.

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June 20, 2009: Terry Tarangelo and Kelly Gilmore dance during the “Dancing With the Stars” gala at the Alice Austen House Museum at Seaview’s Colony Hall.Staten Island Advance

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June 20, 2009: Anthony Ferreri, Retired President of Staten Island University Hospital, and Maria Dorman dance during the Alice Austen House Museum’s “Dancing With the Stars” gala at Seaview’s Colony Hall. (Staten Island Advance / Bill Lyons)Staten Island Advance

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June 20, 2009: Betteanne Fox and Robert Cutrona Sr. speak at Colony Hall, Sea View.Staten Island Advance

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June 20, 2011: Donald DeRosa and dance teacher Marisa Calabrese Shelley strut for an evening with “Dancing With the Stars” at Alice Austen House.Staten Island Advance

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June 20, 2011: Dance teachers Jeff Shelley and Donna Maxon perform during “Dancing With the Stars” at the Alice Austen House Museum.Staten Island Advance

The participants, adorned in their best splendor, paid homage to the big band era, with optimistic swing and other surprises that were part of the evening prize – judges recognizable in front of a jury.

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June 14, 2012: Rehearsals at the M&J Ballroom Dance Studio owned by Marisa Calabrese-Shelley and Jeff Shelley in Dongan Hills are in full swing when “Dancing With the Stars” shows up at the Alice Austen House Museum in Rosebank. From left: dance instructors Vincent Laraia, Jeff Shelley and Maria Dorman, celebrity dancers Paul Scamardella, dance instructors Marisa Calabrese Shelley and celebrity dancers Cory Shifter.predicted Iceland

Rather than picking a winner, they offered wise observations and praised the dancers for their innovative dance style, grace, poise, and stage presence.

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June 23, 2012: Corey Shifter dances with instructor Marisa Calabrese Shelley on an evening of “Dancing With the Stars” at Alice Austen House.Staten Island Advance

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June 23, 2012: – Attorney Lisa Giovinazzo dances with instructor Jeff Shelley at Alice Austen House.Staten Island Advance

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June 23, 2012: Lillian Lagazzo dances with instructor Jeff Shelley at Alice Austen House.Staten Island Advance

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June 23, 2012: Gina Biancardi, founder and president of Casa Belvedere, dances with partners Vinny Laraia and Jeff Shelley at “Dancing With the Stars”.Staten Island Advance