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Coronarita: The best of both world

Can’t decide between a nice cold brew and a freshly squeezed margarita? Why choose when you can have them both in one deliciously refreshing drink dubbed the Coronarita! It’s the perfect combination of a margarita and a Corona that pairs perfectly with a hot summer day.

Grab your friends and get your limes ready because it’s five o’clock somewhere! 

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Ingredients:

  • 1 ¼ oz. Tequila 
  • ½ oz. Triple Sec
  • 3 oz. Margarita Mix
  • 1 Corona 7 oz. beer
  • 1 lime wedge

 

Directions:

Margarita Rocks

½ Salt rim

Combine ingredients 1-3 in shaker with ice

Shake vigorously

Strain into glass with 2/3 ice

Invert Corona in clip on glass, garnish with lime wedge and serve

 

Margarita Frozen

½ Salt rim

Combine ingredients 1-3 in blender with 1 cup ice

Blend until smooth

Pour into glass

Invert Corona in clip on glass, garnish with lime wedge and serve

 

Tasting Through Sierra Nevada’s 2016 Beer Camp Sampler Pack

Tasting Through Sierra Nevada’s 2016 Beer Camp Sampler Pack

Following last year’s 12-Pack brewstravaganza, Sierra Nevada is back again with a sampling of beers brewed with a number of other folks from around the country. Instead of making 12 different collaborative beers this time, the brewery grouped different outfits from six different regions in the US to create a half-dozen beverages. Yes, that means there’s two of each in the box. Some of the hottest names in craft beer were along for the ride this time around, including Trillium, Creature Comforts, Wicked Weed and Smog City — just to name a few. And, of course, Sierra Nevada had a hand in making each one, too.

While the number of different beers may be less this year, the quality certainly is not. There were a few of last year’s brews I didn’t really care for, and others I really liked. For the 2016 pack, I can honestly say I enjoyed them all. There wasn’t a miss in the whole box for me. Sure, there were some I felt more strongly about than others, but switching up the approach to the sampler pack did wonders for the overall quality as far as I’m concerned.

If you’re looking to try them yourself, you can still find the Beer Camp pack on shelves where Sierra Nevada is sold, but you’ll want to act quickly. If you’re into rankings, the beers are listed from least favorite to the one I liked the most. Half the fun of this was tasting through them all though, so I invite you to do the same, and in one sitting (with some friends) if you can. So, without further delay, let’s head to Beer Camp.


West Latitude (NorCal)

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Style: Session Rye
ABV: 5.5%
Notes: Fruit hops and hibiscus flowers.
Breweries: Bear Republic Brewing Company, Faction Brewing Company, Mad River Brewing Company, Magnolia Brewing Company, Maui Brewing Company

If you’re a fan of rye beers, or even rye whiskey, you’ll want to start here. There’s a solid dose of spicy rye in a brew that’s not too heavy thanks to the lower ABV and fairly subtle maltiness. The beer even kind of looks like a whiskey, though it definitely drinks much easier.


Stout of the Union (Southwest)

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Style: Robust Stout
ABV: 7.3%
Notes: Straightforward roasty stout.
Breweries: Bagby Beer Company, Beachwood Brewing, The Lost Abbey, Smog City Brewing Company, Societe Brewing Company

Robust is certainly an accurate description of this beer. It drinks like a higher ABV stout to me, mostly due to its silky smooth creamy body. There’s plenty of roast and maltiness here, with a good amount of bitter chocolate flavor as well. No special additions in terms of ingredients, but that doesn’t mean this isn’t a solid member of the group. I’d save this one for after dinner, though.


Moxee-Moron (Pacific Northwest & Rockies)

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Style: Imperial Session IPA
ABV: 7.5%
Notes: A tribute to the Pacific Northwest’s “hop bomb heritage.”
Breweries: Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Barley Brown’s Beer, Black Raven Brewing Company, Melvin Brewing, Odell Brewing Company

A heavy dose of hops is what you’ll get with this entry in the pack, but I found it to be a little smoother than a typical West Coast-style IPA. It’s not overly bitter or malty, the latter of which has plagued more than a few recent IPA releases I’ve come across. I found this to be rather standard compared to other beers in the group, but the quality overall is great across the board. Standard here still means it’s a damn good beverage.


Family Values (Midwest)

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Style: Imperial Brown Ale
ABV: 8.5%
Notes: Minnesota wild rice, Indiana honey, Missouri oats, Michigan hops, Illinois cocoa nibs and Sierra Nevada’s own estate-grown malt.
Breweries: August Schell Brewing Company, Dark Horse Brewing Company, Half Acre Brewing Company, Perennial Artisan Ales, Sun King Brewing

This Imperial Brown is another dessert option, in my opinion. Honey and chocolate sweetness dominate the nose, but the beer itself isn’t overly sweet. There’s a creaminess to the body like I noticed with the Robust Stout that makes this a very enjoyable brew. It’s a smidge higher in the ABV department than your standard brown, which also lends itself to a nice after dinner option.


Pat-Rye-Ot (Northeast & Mid-Atlantic)

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Style: Pale Ale
ABV: 5.6%
Notes: Uses rye and apple cider for the “revolutionary” bit (Pat-Rye-Ot = Patriot, by the way), honoring some of the first ingredients used by American breweries in colonial times.
Breweries: Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Stoudts Brewing Company, Trillium Brewing Company

Here’s my runner-up. Rye is back in this Pale Ale alongside Delaware and Vermont apple cider. The combination of fruity sweetness and rye spice really struck a chord with me, as this beer is an interesting take on the Pale Ale style. If Sierra Nevada brings any of these back, this is one that would certainly get my vote.


Sweet Sunny South (Southeast)

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Style: Table Beer
ABV: 4.9%
Notes: Southern flavors of tea, grits, honeysuckle, peaches, papaya, guava and prickly pear.
Breweries: Austin Beerworks, Bayou Teche Brewing, Creature Comforts brewing Company, Funky Buddha Brewery, Wicked Weed Brewing

This North Carolina-based writer might be a bit partial, but I found the Southeast breweries to have the best beer in the pack. Those Southern flavors listed above combine in a Saison-like brew that has a really pleasant, yet subtle sweetness and earthiness that’s a staple of farmhouse styles. A perfect beer for a hot summer day, drinking alongside a meal or just enjoying at home. Let’s just say I’m glad there were two bottles of this in the box.

 

via Billy Steele for Paste Magazine. 

IPA DAYS: A GUIDE TO CRAFT BEER’S MOST POPULAR STYLE

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There is no denying that the India Pale Ale is the reigning king of the craft beer world, but Luke Purcell has been around long enough to know that hasn’t always been the case. “The IPA craze is relatively new,” he explains. “When I first got into craft, going into a bar and finding a hop-forward beer was tough.” He would know. Luke has been a brewer at Great Lakes Brewing Co. for 20 years and knows the love for IPAs for won’t be ending anytime soon. As the popularity of IPAs grows, so do the number of variations and hybrids within the style. I sat down with Luke to talk about the IPAs at GLBC and the differences between them.

What qualities do IPAs typically have?
IPAs are a hop-forward ale that tend to have big pine and citrus flavors. While IPAs tend to be bitter, the balance between the hop and the sweetness of the malt is dependent upon the brewer’s preference. What’s cool about IPAs is that spectrum of flavors can be pretty big depending on the hops and the style they’re going for.

Why is that?
Craft brewers have turned almost every type of style of beer into an IPA-hybrid. Last time I checked, GLBC has brewed over 17 different IPAs. Black IPAs, coffee-infused IPAs, and American Wheat IPAs are all just a few examples of styles we’ve played with. Plus, with so many new hop varieties coming out, IPAs allow us to experiment with hops that don’t even have a real name yet.

What was the first IPA GLBC brewed?
Commodore Perry was our first. It’s definitely our most balanced IPA. Its bitterness from the hops is kept in check by the sweet malt bill, so it’s a real easy drinker. What’s interesting is that Commodore Perry was once considered a big hoppy beer when it first came out but is now considered relatively mild by today’s standards. It’s a great place to start if you aren’t familiar with IPAs.

Along with Commodore Perry, GLBC has two bottled IPAs out this summer: Steady Rollin’ Session IPA and Lake Erie Monster Imperial IPA. What differences can I expect between the two of them?
Being an Imperial IPA, Lake Erie Monster is going to have more body backed with big hop flavor and a higher ABV. It drinks smooth, but everything about it is big, so it’s definitely a sipper.

Steady Rollin’ on the other hand, is the opposite. Steady Rollin’ is lighter in body and lower in ABV, but still comes with big tropical fruit flavors from the Mosaic hops we use. It’s a great beer to enjoy during the summer months because of how easy it is to drink. Refreshing is a good way to describe it.

I heard Lake Erie Monster is brewed using a Hopback. What is that?
Our Hopback is a tank that allows us to capture more hop oils later in the brewing process for bigger flavor and aroma. We fill the Hopback with whole-flower hops and send the Lake Erie Monster through it so we can get one more round of hop oil extraction before it hits the fermentation tanks. It’s basically our way of putting Lake Erie Monster on hop steroids.

Should I age my IPA?
Absolutely not. As a beer gets older, the hop flavor and aroma is always the first to go. Drink your hoppy beers as fresh as possible.

 

via Great Lakes Brewing Company

#BeesToBottle | Rogue Ale & Spirits Honey Beers

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Rogue Spirits is known for brewing unique and adventurous creations such as their fan favorite “Sriracha’s Hot Stout Beer.” This curiosity for creating new flavors in ales and spirits continues as the brewery toasts to 7,140,289 honeybees on their Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon. These busy bees are responsible for making “Honey Kolsh” and “Marionberry Braggot” possible. This endeavor is nothing new for the company, but they’re glad to bring the beer back to fans in a bigger, better and “bee-beer-er” way!

Get your taste buds ready for a treat as Rogue’s honeybee ales are soon on their way.

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For more information on the making process, click here.

Beer of The Week | DuClaw Brewing Co. “Morgazm”

If you’re looking for a beer with a citrus twist and that is wildly refreshing, we’ve got just the option for you. Imagine a breezy summer day and you’re enjoying fruit with your feet in a pool. An ideal day such as that calls for an ideal beer. One of DuClaw Brewing Company’s most popular brews is “Morgazm.” Based on the name, you might be able to infer that is an undeniably delicious experience.

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The beer has a medium body, mild hops and a light fruity taste thanks to the dry hop process of Citra hop notes of lemon and grapefruit. It has the smooth drinkability of a “Bare ass Blonde Ale.” Let the sensory experience of taste and aroma carry you through a memorable experience that will have you wanting more.

Want to know more this beer?

 

ABV: 5 | IBU: 19

Raise a Cold One to The Pittsburgh Penguins

It’s a hockey night in Pittsburgh! If you are not willing to shell out major bucks for a seat in the Consol, no problem! Root on the Pens at one of the many awesome bars Pittsburgh has to offer. Here are 5 of our favorite bars to raise a cold to the Pittsburgh Penguins:  

 

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Carson City Saloon

1401 E Carson St
Pittsburgh, PA

Designed for a good time, this South Side bar is all about cheering on the Pens to victory! From the drinks to the rooftop, Carson City Saloon is the ideal spot to go to for this Stanly Cup Final.

 

 

PrimantiPrimanti Bros

46 18th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Click here for other locations. 

“Always famous, always a favorite.” This legendary bar is all about da ‘Burgh and welcomes all Penguins fans with the ultimate sammiches and cold brews.

 

Hough'sHough’s

563 Greenfield Ave
Pittsburgh, PA

73 rotating taps, 100 different bottled beers, and specials on specials! This popular Greenfield bar is your go-to for any sporting event especially for game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

 

 

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Hemingway’s Café

3911 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA

It’s always a great day for playoff hockey at Hemingway’s Café! Making The Daily Meal’s 50 Best College Bars in America list, there is no doubt that Hemingway’s Cafe’ is one of Oakland’s finest bars.

 

 

 

Industry1Industry Public House

4305 Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA

With flat screens everywhere you turn and an extensive draft list, Industry Public House is perfect to quench your thirst in between “Let’s Go Pens!” chants.

6 Harpoon Beers to Reach for After a Workout

Nothing beats a few cold ones after a summer activity or workout. Whether it’s hiking with friends, beach volleyball, or running, we’ve got a beer to quench your post-workout thirst.

1. HARPOON TAKE 5 SESSION IPA

Clocking in at 4.3% ABV, Take 5 is a top choice for weekday post-workout fun. You can enjoy a couple with friends without any major repercussions the next morning. Win-win.
 


Pairs well with: Post-work fun runs, jazzercising
 

2. CAMP WANNAMANGO

Camp Wannamango, is a post/ activity beer no brainer. It’s thirst quenching and crisp which keeps you coming back for more of that mango-goodness.  
 

Photo cred: @gearinstitute

Pairs well with: Swimming, canoeing, surfing
 

3. HARPOON IPA

We’re focusing this blog on post-workout beers but let’s be honest, some activities are best with a beer in hand. Cue: Harpoon IPA. It’s the perfect choice for those mild activities where sitting and soaking up the scenery is the top priority.
 

Photo cred: @exploreuntilyoudie

Pairs well with: hiking, golfing
 

4. UFO WHITE

Brewed with orange peel and coriander, UFO White is the perfect post-activity beer when you’re looking for something a little different. It will bring you back to the good old days when mom packed you sliced oranges for half-time…except it’s beer, so it’s way better than that.
 


Pairs well with: Stand-up paddle boarding, white-water rafting, surfing, long romantic walks on the beach
 

5. UFO BIG SQUEEZE

Sweet with a hint of tartness, UFO Big Squeeze Shandy was basically made for any and all beach related activity. Do yourself a solid and have Big Squeeze Shandy handy to celebrate that rec league victory you just clenched.
 

 

Pairs well with: Beach volleyball and spike ball, kayaking
 

6. HARPOON SWEET SPOT

You know that feeling where you know you should workout but your couch sounds better so you decide to walk home from work instead of take the bus and call it a day? Sweet Spot is kind of like that. Not too hoppy and malty, but full of flavor…just right. Perfect for those days where you’re something is better than nothing.



Pairs well with: softball/baseball, speed walking, kickball

 

Via HarpoonBrewery.com

Uncovering The Mystery of Steam Brewing

You might be familiar with Anchor Brewery in San Francisco and the fact that they produce “steam beer,” but what exactly is steam beer? Speaking in definitional terms, steam beer is a highly effervescent beer that is made by using lager yeasts at higher fermentation temperatures. The term originated in California from the mid-19th century during the Gold Rush and has stuck around over the years as modern breweries use the term in pride.

Anchor Brewing has been operating since 1896 and is the largest and prominent steam beer. That being said, they’ve got a pretty good understanding of it. They’re allowing a peak into the mysteries of their Anchor Steam Beer…

13 Summer Seasonal Brews for a Pittsburgh Summer

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Sierra Nevada | Summerfest 

This popular Pilsener-style beer nods to the original Czech tradition, offering a crisp, golden and dry taste.

Pairs well with grilled chicken, sushi, salads, lightly spiced sausages.

ABV: 5.0%

IBU: 28

Southern Tier | Hop Sun 

A refreshing summer beer that will make your taste buds tingling wanting more. The wheat, barley and hops coalesce in this superb ale. The balance of malts and hops offer a pleasant bitter finish with a light sweetness from wheat.

Pairs well with fresh mozzarella, berries, gazpacho, light picnic fare, bbq.

ABV: 5.1%

IBU: 35

Long Trail | Summer Ale 

Looking for something to chill out on those hot summer days? This light on the palate beer has a soft Pilsner malt character and a distinct citrus hop aroma deriving from dry-hopped additions of Citra hops. A refreshing bitterness that keeps you wanting more.

ABV: 4.3%

IBU: 32

Ommegang Brewery | Fleur De Houblon

Offering the beautiful aroma of flowers, this brand new summer ale is brewed to bring the many elements of summer into a refreshing and easy-to-drink Belgian-style ale. It has a rich gold color and distinct floral hops which make earthy, fruity, and floral aromas. The body and flavor are clean and dry with a surprise of spicy notes.

ABV: 6.8%

Penn Brewery | Penn Ginger Beer

How does a beer with real grated ginger roots sound to you? Pretty good I bet. The grated ginger roots give the beer a subtle aroma and a gentle kick of ginger flavor that makes it lightly refreshingly yet pleasantly spicy.

ABV: 4.5%

IBU: 10

Penn Brewery | Tangerine Swirl

This beer is made with real tangerine and Madagascar vanilla but it is the summit and 7c’s hop, two-row malt, and a touch of lactose that make this effervescent beer a citrusy, creamy summertime treat.

ABV: 5.3%

IBU: 25

21st Amendment | Hell or High Watermelon

 An America wheat beer that is brewed with real watermelon for a flavor that is surprisingly crisp, dry and refreshing. This beer undergoes a traditional secondary fermentation using fresh watermelon.

ABV: 4.9%

IBU: 17

Abita | Seersucker Summer Pils

Abita’s Summer seasonal is a traditional pilsner with a full bodied malt flavor, hop bitterness and a light golden color.

Pairs well with grilled chicken, salmon garden salads, most Asian cuisines, spicy Mexican food, and mild white cheeses.

ABV: 4.8%

IBU: 35

Anchor Brewing | Anchor Summer Wheat

The crisp, clean flavors of Anchor Summer Wheat offers a refreshingly light, thirst-quenching American-style filtered wheat beer. Fermented with a traditional top-fermenting “ale” yeast, it yields a clean balanced flavor that highlights the refreshingly light flavor of its 50% malted wheat.

Pairs well with grilled chicken, salmon garden salads, most Asian cuisines, spicy Mexican food, and mild white cheeses.

ABV: 4.5%

Breckenridge Brew | Summerbright Ale

Breckenridge Brew’s answer to a poolside or sprinklerside beer. This beer combines white wheat, two row pale and munich malt with the pacific Northwest’s most intriguing hops to create a bright, clean ale ideal for summer days.

ABV: 4.5%

IBU: 15

Flying Dog | Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale

This beer was brewed to celebrate Old Bay’s 75th anniversary and proceeds benefit True Blue. Taste-wise, it has bright citrus hop notes and crisp, tart finish.

Pairs well with a shrimp, corn and Maryland Blue Crab

ABV: 5.6%

IBU: 25

Boulder Beer | Pulp Fusion Blood Orange IPA

IPA with vibrant citrus flavor from the juice blood oranges. Finishes with smooth without any lingering bitterness.

Pairs well with a Royale with Cheese

ABV: 6.5%

IBU: 52

Boulder Beer | Hoopla Pale Ale

This perfect festival beer is dry-hopped with generous amounts of Glacier hops for a fruity, floral hop aroma and flavor that will leave your taste buds dancing.

ABV: 5.7%

IBU: 35

Beer Of The Week | Long Trail Brewing Company Green Blaze IPA

Take a hoppy walk down Long Trail’s many brews and find yourself at a landscape of pine, resin and tropical fruits. The mirage you’re looking at is reality. Presenting, Long Trail Brewing Company’s Green Blaze IPA, the newest year-round offering of their family of ales. It features big pine, tropical fruit and resin hop notes with a light, biscuit malt backbone. Get your six pack of bottles or cans and find out what adventure tastes like.

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Beer is best enjoyed with a delicious meal? Green Blaze IPA pairs well with blue cheeses, sharp cheddar, Colby, grilled meats, barbecue, hamburgers, spicy dishes, tacos, blackened chicken, pickled vegetables, shellfish and most importantly…outdoor adventure.

 

ABV: 6.5%

IBU: 60

COLOR: Pale Amber

Memorial Day Brews

Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season and FINALLY the ‘Burgh will be feeling the summer heat. What better way to cool down on this long hot weekend than with an iced cold brew? Whether you are at BBQ or pool party, sip on these 5 beers that are guaranteed to quench any thirst. 

1. Sam Adams Summer Ale

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Crisp and tangy with refreshing lemon peel and a hint of pepper from rare Grains of Paradise. Golden, hazy and thirst quenching, this American wheat ale balances bright citrus, Noble hops & spice for a lively brew that’s perfect on any summer day.

2. Blue Moon

Belgian White Ale. Brewed with oats for creaminess and spiced with the perfect combination of orange peel and coriander. An unfiltered wheat ale spiced in the Belgian tradition for an uncommonly smooth taste.

3. Angry Orchard Crisp Apple

Angry Orchard Crisp Apple has a bright, crisp apple flavor, just like biting into a fresh apple. It is a perfect balance of sweetness and bright acidity from culinary apples and dryness of traditional cider making apples, resulting in a complex, yet refreshing, hard cider.

4. Curious Traveler

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The perfect shandy for any sunshine lovin’ traveler. Curious Traveler is a take on a classic European Shandy that has been brewed for generations. They start with an American craft wheat ale, which delivers a crisp, light body then add a fresh lemon and just a touch of lime to bring out a bright, juicy citrus aroma and flavor. Simply, the Curious Traveler is “Quite a Refresher!”

5. Not Your Father’s Root Beer

Bring on summer and bring on Not Your Father’s Root Beer! This hard root beer has silky, smooth and satisfying finish. It appeals to craft beer aficionados as well as those don’t typically drink beer, but crave something unique!

Beer Of The Week: Rogue “American Amber Ale”

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Looking for something a little…amber? Look no further than Rogue Ale & Spirit’s “American Amber Ale,” celebrating the red, white and blue. Priding itself on no chemicals, additives or preservatives it is a true table quality, hand-made revolutionary brew.

The World Beer Championship Judges proclaimed that is “a perfect embodiment of an American Amber Ale.” It has a tawny amber color and a delightful toffee aroma. Upon tasting it, it reveals a tight head, delicate roasted malt accent and a generous use of hops with a smooth finish. Pair it with beef or seafood and you’ve got yourself set for a delicious meal.

5.3% ABV | 54 IBU

For more information on where to pick up this beer click here.

Beer of The Week: Boulder Beer’s Summer Seasonal, “Pulp Fusion Blood Orange IPA!”

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Boulder Beer is a company brewing up many new delicious beers and this summer season is bringing us something citrus–Pulp Fusion Blood Orange IPA. This new seasonal IPA will be available May through September in 12-oz 6-pk bottles and draft throughout their 34 state footprint.

Pulp Fusion Blood Orange IPA beautifully blends the taste of an IPA with the vibrant citrus flavors of blood oranges and offers a bright golden color that finishes smooth leaving out any lingering bitterness.

This IPA is part of the third release of Boulder Beer’s Seasonal IPA Series. It sits between the releases of Emergent White IPA and Slope Style Winter IPA, making it a great change for the company. Pulp Fusion has a 6.5% ABV and 52 IBUs. If you want to pair it with something Brewmaster Judd Belstock of Boulder Beer suggests “Royale with Cheese.”

Our 10 Favorite Summer IPAs

Summer is just around the corner and you know what that means. Summer BBQs, weekends on a boat and even special trips to the beach. Whether you’re enjoying the summer sun or looking for the perfect pairing for a meal, we’re quite fond of sipping on Indian Pale Ales while doing it. These brews are full of hops as such Cascade, Centennial, Citra, Columbus, Chinook, Simcoe, Amarillo, Tomahawk, Warrior, and Nugget. We’ve thought long and hard about our some of our favorites…and without further adieu..

1. Lagunitas – IPA

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2. Tommy Knocker – Blood Orange IPA

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3. Southern Tier IPA

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4. Nebraska Brewing Company IPA

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5. 21st Amendment – Brew Free or Die IPA

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6. Boulder – Mojo IPA

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7. Flying Dog – Double Dog Double IPA

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8. Harpoon IPA

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9. Bellhaven – Twister Thistle IPA

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10. Great Lakes – Commodore Perry IPA

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Bayardstown Social Club Presents Going Coastal Release Party & Friday Happy Hour

Kick off your holiday weekend by Goin’ Coastal at Bayardstown Social Club! Sneak out of work early on Friday, May 27th and slide into summer and step off the grid by Goin’ Coastal with SweetWater Brewing Company’s pineapple laced IPA.  Starting at 4:20pm, Bayardstown will start pouring the first batch of Goin’ Coastal Pineapple India Pale Ale. 

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This brew is packed with bright aromas of the five citrus hop additions accentuated by the tropical fruit of the pineapple – and just like those three day weekends, its finish is quick. Golden copper in color, a full malt bill brings balance to this quaffable Summer loving Catch and Release Seasonal.

Music by:
The Unknown String Band 
Chet Vincent (acoustic)

Food Truck:
Berlin Street Foods

Tickets: 

Bayardstown Social Club

 


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