Available in bottle and and on draught, the brewer describes the beer as “a celebration of a hop that we have fallen in love with for a while now…the Cascade.”
“With a heap of Cascade hops in the kettle, whirlpool and of course in the hopback, we utilised Pale, Munich, light and dark Crystal malts to create an ale that’s a few shades darker than pale ale, and a fair bit hoppier,” the brewery said in a release.
“We’ve taken the IPA through primary fermentation with our ale yeast and followed it up with a secondary conditioning in tank, leaving a beer with slight haze and one that we reckon is a nice little tribute to beer and brewing.”
Only available at select craft focussed pubs and bottleshops, keep an eye out for this one in the coming weeks. As it was only a single batch it’ll only be available while supplies last.
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