ALCOHOL BY VOLUME Refers to how much alcohol is present in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage.
INTERNATIONAL BITTERNESS UNIT Measures a beer's bitterness from 1 being the least bitter and 100 being the most.
STANDARD REFERENCE METHOD Used to specify beer color with 1 being the lightest and 40 being the darkest.
NY Pale Ale Malt, Malted Wheat, Carapils, Honey Malt, and Flaked Oats.
NY Centennial added during boil for bittering, NY Michigan Copper and NY Centennial in the Whirlpool for flavor and aroma. Aggressively dry hopped with Cashmere, El Dorado, and NY Michigan Copper.
Mashed at 153F to create a medium body. A small hop addition to the boil, combined with a generous whirlpool and dry hop addition give this IPA it’s juicy flavors and aromas.
This IPA is slightly hazy, with a bright golden color. Pineapple, mango, peach, and slight fresh cut grass aromas give way to a bright, juicy, slightly resinous flavor. Notes of melon, honey, apricot, and pineapple linger on the palate and finishes slightly dry and effervescent.Download Tech Sheet