• Bronx Brewery Partners with Clinton Hall on Gigawatt IPA

    4 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    NEW YORk - Popular New York brewpub, Clinton Hall, has announced the release of their first proprietary brew, Gigawatt IPA. Created in partnership with Bronx Brewery, the beer is the first custom blend created by the Clinton Hall, who are known for extensive and unique lists of Supercraft beers and photo-worthy menu items. The Gigawatt IPA is a hazy, 7.8% New England style IPA with fresh tropical aromas and rich biscuit-flavored undertones.
    “The Bronx Brewery is excited to partner on this exclusive collaboration. Clinton Hall is one of the best beer destinations in the city which felt like...
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  • Angry Horse Brewing Releases IPA in Cans

    4 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    MONTEBELLO, Calif. - Angry Horse Brewing is thrilled to announce that Saturday, June 30th, 2018 marks the brewery's first can release. Just in time for a hot summer, our flagship IPA will be available in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans to take with you wherever you go.
    East LA IPA is a 7.2% ABV, traditional American India Pale Ale that has a citrusy backbone. The mixture of malts are slightly sweet and balances out it's medium body. The quadruple combination of hops gives it a floral and piney character that pairs well with spicy dishes and carrot cake.
    The release of East LA IPA is a milestone for...
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  • Wartega Brewing to Release New England-Style IPA with Ginger

    4 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    BROOKLYN - Wartega, Brooklyn's herb, spice and fruit beer brewery is releasing its first canned New England-style IPA, with a Wartega twist. “Ginger Hoopla” is a pint-sized hazebro palate-pleaser brewed with hops from down under to give you that thick, juicy flavor you love with the addition of ginger for a bit of a zip and zing!
    Historically ginger was used in ferments and drinks to ale tummy troubles and is said to provide energy. Ever wonder why the ginger man runs as fast as he does? It's the ginger baked into him, yes it was! Wartega brewed that lore right onto this spunky beer. Rumor...
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