The world's first "light" IPA! Wachusett first released this beer at Wachusett Mountain, a ski hill in Massachusetts, in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Crowley family's ownership. Not just another session beer with a catchy name, the designation of "light" is not something taken, well...lightly by the FDA. The brewery needed to jump through several hoops, such as showing that the beer is in fact lower in calories than other beers, in order to secure approval to use the name.
Mikkeller’s Invasion Farmhouse IPA (brewed at Anchorage). A 4 of 4. The resinous hop presence and the funk combo on this is amazing. Anchorage always makes solid offerings, and the farmhouse yeast funk on this is essentially perfect, with a nice piney, sticky, body as well. Nice and thick body with great balance. This is the closest you can get to a soured IPA - any more tart/funky and it would be too sour, but this just works. Perfectly.
In Mikkeller we have over the years done many collaboration brews. However, the last one we did was a little unusual – we collaborated with the Swedish tattoo studio Crooked Moon.The two brothers Jacob and Jonas Pedersen that run Crooked Moon Tattoo in Helsingborg wanted to celebrate their tattoo studio’s first birthday with a big party, and what could be more natural than to do it with a beer in their own name?The two brothers have designed the labels for this beer. And therefore this beer comes with two different labels.
Named after the last cigar made in Tuscany Birra del Borgo’s Maledetta uses two different yeast strains to combine two distinct historic styles - Belgian Saison and British IPA – into a new Italian creation.
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To take up the challenge and make a 100% true Brett beer can very easily become a fatal attraction for the Brewmaster. Ones you get acquainted with Bretts irresistible, seductive, alluring and very charming nature, it will ensnare you and drive you to the point of obsession to create the desirable tangy, funky, tart flavor in ya mouth.
Their Threadless/Finch collaboration IPA is a balanced experience of both perceived hoppiness and true bitterness. It pours a darker amber color and finishes with a citrus flavor, and when combined, will require this to be the last IPA you ever drink! Well, maybe... they realize you will probably drink more, but the result of this recipe clearly evolves into a very balanced IPA. The grain bill on this big pale includes melanoidin and Victory malts. They hop it up before the boil starts with some Columbus first wort hopping, then add a bunch more for bittering.
Hot dogs and sausages, hamburgers, bleu cheese, cheddar cheese
The IPA that craft fans have been waiting for. The one that epitomizes Grand Circus Park. A nice and easy, deliciously hoppy IPA – only 5% ABV and works perfect with a day in the park. Available in cans.
Bleu Cheese, cheddar, roasted meat, chili (enhances spice)
Our IPA will appeal to the beer enthusiast who desires a bold, deep and bitter ale. With a coppery color indicative of a traditional IPA, Upslope India Pale Ale has a complex malty character and is more well-balanced than most IPAs, but still offers that bitterness that IPA lovers seek.