An India Pale Ale has become the third beer in the core range of Fury & Son Brewing Company, the Keilor Park, Melbourne start-up foreshadowed in December 2015.
Fury & Son began operations earlier this year after appointing Craig Eulenstein, formerly of Mountain Goat and The Monk, as head brewer.
Its initial beers were a Pilsner and Pale Ale, the latter picking up a Gold Medal at the Craft Beer Awards in July.
Fury & Son has been blown away by the reception for its beers and has already reached the maximum capacity of its current brewery configuration, managing director Andrew Georgiou told Australian Brews News.
“We’re full up! It’s a good problem to have, we’re really happy,” he said.
“To be honest, all the people that we’ve started relationships with have really supported us. We’re just stoked, I couldn’t have asked for a better foray into the craft beer world.”
Fury & Son IPA is hopped with Calypso and Citra, weighing in at 6.8 per cent ABV and 65 IBU.
“True to style, this IPA does not hold back, exhibiting a massive citrus, pine and fruity aroma with a strong but not dominant biscuit and caramel malt profile, mixed with juicy hop flavours and a strong, mouth quenching bitterness,” the brewer said.
The IPA is available in bottles and on draught throughout Melbourne.