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Offshoot Beer Fashionably Late IPA aka “The Bruery’s first IPA”

Offshoot Beer Fashionably Late can

California based The Bruery is finally doing something they said they’d never do. Releasing India pale ales. So as not to be called liars, they are doing it in their own unique way – under their own label Offshoot Beer Co. Among the first – Offshoot Beer Fashionably Late IPA.

Considering the India pale ale style continues to reign across craft beer, and The Bruery has basically avoided making them like the plague, the name ‘Fashionably Late IPA‘ is fitting. Since hazy, juicy “New England Style” IPAs are hot right now, that’s exactly where Offshoot Beer Co. is starting their journey.

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Offshoot Beer Fashionably Late IPA is a hazy, juice bomb, featuring juicy hops like Citra, El Dorado, and Mandarina Bavaria.

They killed it with this one. It pours like orange juice, and smells like tangerines and oranges. The flavor follows suit. The beer is very juicy, slightly bitter, and very bright. “Late” just begs for you to drink it in the sun. The Bruery/Offshoot Beer Co. really did wait for the prefect time to release an IPA. Sure, dropping a hoppy can would have made a splash. But waiting nearly a decade to do it and popping out a hip new “New England Style” IPA? Absolute fire.

Don’t look for distribution for this or any of the Offshoot lineup anytime time soon. This new hoppy lineup will be made available to those that have signed up on the brewery’s interest list for pickup at the brewery only. The Bruery tells Beer Street Journal that there might be a time that California will see some distribution, but for now, the brewery’s receiving dock in Placentia, California is the only place you’ll get them.

Fashionably Late IPA will be one of the first canned releases in late April, 2017.

Style: IPA
Hops: Citra, El Dorado, Mandarina Bavaria
Malts: 2 Row, Pale Wheat, Rolled Oats

Availability: 16oz Cans. Brewery only.
Debut: Late April, 2017

6.5% ABV

PIC: Beer Street Journal