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.
8.5 (Deep Golden/Straw)
STANDARD REFERENCE METHOD Used to specify beer color with 1 being the lightest and 40 being the darkest.
NY Pale Malt, Wheat Malt, and Vienna Malt.
NY Nuggets in the boil for bittering, Chinook and Cascade added into the kettle nearly at the end of boil. NY Cluster Hops added to whirlpool for flavor/aroma. Torpedo style dry hop with whole cone hops from a local grower to add bright citrus and grass flavor and aroma.
Mashed at a slightly higher than normal temperature to increase the body and malt flavor of the beer. The strong body and malt backbone help to create a balance with the powerful bitterness created by adding copious amounts of hops to the boil.
Deep golden/straw colored with strong pineapple, citrus and fresh cut grass aromas. Medium carbonation and moderate perceived bitterness. This Double IPA has powerful citrus and grass flavors and a slight malt note that lingers on the palate.Download Tech Sheet