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!
Artwork by Bizy Does It
There are two things that distinguish this pale ale from our standard pale. First, is the color. We’ve made some minor deletions in some dark caramel malt, and the most obvious is that we poured the hops into it. With a bitterness similar to our India Pale Ale, this beer features Northwest American Palisades and Simcoe varieties for bittering and aroma hops.. (The IPA featured English style hops). Not for the faint of heart. A bold, assertive brew with distinguishing citrus aromas and flavors from the hops, yet the malty sweetness is there enough to provide flavor stability.