Brewed with wheat and pilsner malt; this White IPA displays beautiful citrus aromas from Cascade and Centennial hops that meld with the esters of Belgian yeast. Think thirst quenching hopped-up wit beer with enough IBUs to warrant the IPA name. (Description provided by company)
Ranging in color from gold to a pale amber, the Belgian IPA usually has a higher ABV than American IPAs. Examples from Belgian brewers generally use less bitter Noble Hops, while those from US brewers generally use more bitter hops from the Pacific-Northwest.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, in a stemmed tulip glass, a large wine glass, or a chalice.
This winter, IBUs start accumulating like snow in Colorado with our new ACCUMULATION WHITE IPA .
(Description provided by company)
A Hybrid-Style West Coast Double IPA fermented with the same Belgian Yeast strain we use for our famed Wahoo Wheat Beer. Flaked Wheat, Caramel 20L, Honey Malt and Acidulated Malt add complexity, sweetness, and a nice dark yellow hue to this Belgian inspired brew.
White Hops is a nod to Georgia’s forgotten brewing history, taking its name from a mysterious and controversial Atlanta malt beverage sold in 1898.
A Night in Brussels is a Belgian-style American IPA with malts from Belgium, a blend of American hops, pure cane sugar in the best southern tradition, and an authentic Belgian yeast strain.
Bold yet balanced with spicy, fruity flavors. (Description provided by company)
Medium-bodied. Restrained Belgian fruitiness. Assertive hopping, but falling short of Hoptimus levels. (Description provided by company)
This beer is indeed a complex and surprising combination of flavors, but behind the fancy title is simply delicious Stone IPA dressed up in new Belgian duds.