West Coast IPA
We had to make a big deal of our 100th brew, which came out about a year after we opened up in our converted old Luma light bulb factory.
100W, a name that pays tribute to light bulb lingo, is super pale and unfiltered. The first thing that hits you is the nose of grapefruit and lemon zest. On the palate, fruits come forward – orange, gooseberry and blueberry notes. The malt sweetness in the front of the mouth gives way to a growing, snappy, lingering bitterness, that itself tails off into a dry finish and a thirst for more.
We thought this was such a successful 100th brew that we’ve kept brewing this delicious recipe.
|Type:||West Coast IPA|
|Malt types:||Pilsner and Pale ale malt|
|Hops:||Centennial and Mosaic|
|Goes well with:||Duck, Mexican (tacos, nachos, guacamole etc.) and soft Indian currys. |