6.8% ABV, 55 IBU
Our Witbier recipe meets hops. That’s just a simple overview. Witbiers are known for their use of spices and orange peel with a generous use of white wheat malt in the grist, which is where the name comes from. The grist works with the orange peel to impart a smooth mouthfeel with a bright and pleasantly mild orange flavor. We enhanced those characteristics with hops known for their citrus overtones. No doubt you will find their presence, but it is effectively paired with the smooth character of the underlying malts. What is also unique about this beer is that it is a split fermentation. Half of the wort is fermented with California Ale yeast and the other half is fermented with Belgian Wit Ale yeast. This allows both the spices and hops to both shine through in this refreshing IPA.
6.3% ABV || 55 IBU
4.9% ABV, 37.4 IBU
Just like our Wisconsin Pale Ale this beer is mostly comprised of locally grown barley and features Wisconsin Centennial and Cascade hops. While this beer shares those aspects with our WPA, it is a much tamer beer. This golden straw colored beer has grapefruit and citrus aromas pouring out it, while the light malty body gives way to the bitterness of the hops. A truly easy drinking IPA, that can be enjoyed all day.
6.6% ABV 46 IBU
This light colored IPA features our Wisconsin grown two-row base malt and very little specialty malt. A unique yeast strain ferments this ale at very warm temperatures, giving off flavors reminiscent of pineapple. Azacca, named after the Haitian god of agriculture, is the only hop in this IPA and has tropical notes of mango and papaya. Both the yeast and hops led to this hazy blonde IPA that reminds the brewers of a tropical fruit smoothie. Enjoy!
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