Vacation in a bottle is probably the best way to describe Full Sail IPApaya IPA. It may officially be the dead of winter, but Hood River, Oregon’s Full Sail isn’t brewing that way.
Full Sail Ipapaya IPA features Equinox, (aka Eukanot) hops, and fresh papaya to create an IPA that screams island drinking, not puffy coats and runny noses.
“After testing several hop varietals for this IPA we chose to showcase Equinox (aka Ekuanot) – a hop well known for imparting unique fruity notes of melon, citrus, berry, and papaya. And since this beer was all about hops and fruit, we kept the recipe light and simple using only pale and wheat malts.” – Greg Doss, Full Sail Brewing Supervisor
Cold outside, but tropical in your glass. Full Sail IPApaya IPA is available in 12 ounce bottles and draft from January to April, 2017.
Debut: January, 2017
6.2% ABV, 58 IBUs
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Full Sail Capsize Imperial Pilsner
Full Sail Brewing has announced the next addition to their Pub Series. Available for only 90 days, their English Style Pale is a traditional copper color with a low hop finish. Look for this beer from July-September when the next Pub Series beer will launch.
Style: English Pale Ale
Availability: 12 oz bottles, Draft
Arrival: Coming Soon
Did you know that February is Stout Month? Full Sail will be celebrating with the addition of Mathias’s Main Ingredient Oatmeal Stout, the newest addition to their Brewer’s Share experimental lineup. The beer, created by head chef Mathias Engblom, “has a smoothly rich, complex palate with notes of chocolate, toffee, and espresso.” In conjunction with this series, Full Sail donates a portion of these beer’s sales to a local charity of choice, with Mathias’s Main Ingredient sales going to VFW Post 4273 of Sandy, Oregon.
Style: Oatmeal Stout
Availability: on tap only
Arrival: coming soon