Brut IPA is an emerging style of beer, invented last year at a brewpub in San Francisco, that combines the bone-dry aspect of a Champagne in an India Pale Ale.
riday, May 10, 2019, Wyatt’s is profiling this new and developing style.
This week’s selections include:
Anderson Valley Brut IPA: Anderson Valley’s Brut IPA is first and foremost dry, brewed and fermented with almost no residual sugars. The brewery used Chinook, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops to impart clean citrus flavors with low bitterness. 6.8% ABV, 28 IBUs.
Verboten Somebody to Love: This hybrid IPA originated in San Francisco, and is made with wheat, oats, and flaked rice. All hops were added after the boil: Citra, Hallertau Blanc, and Azacca for notes of pineapple, tangerines, a little vanilla, pine and guava. The beer was fermented to be super dry or “brut,” with no sugar left for a champagne-like mouthfeel. 6.8% ABV, 47 IBUs.
Avery Brut IPA: This extra bubbly and dry IPA sings with a chorus of effervescence and an orchestra of hop aroma. With low bitterness and a crisp finish, Avery Brut IPA sparkles with life and is worthy of any celebration. 7.0% ABV.
4 Noses Bubblin’: Named after the gorgeous display of dancing bubbles this crystal clear IPA produces. Bubblin’ is a unique treat for the sense & the tongue. Extra dry, slightly hoppy, and perfectly carbonated. 7.5% ABV.
Tasting hours for Friday, May 10th event will be from 4-6:45 pm., at Wyatt’s Outlaw Saloon, in the back of the store.
All of this week’s tasting items will be on sale!
As always, all participants must present valid I.D.