Breaker Brewing Co – More New Beers & Seasonals

02 September 2009

BreakerBrewingGuysI just heard from Chris @ Breaker Brewing Co.  He tells me they will be re-working their I Love PA IPA to be much hoppier, and re-naming the original brew as Lunch Pale Ale (and keeping it in the line-up).  Chris also tells me they are working on their Pot Belly Pumpkin Ale and their Christmas/Holiday ale to be names Belsnickler Ale.  Breaker Brewing Co has also recently purchased 30 more kegs for increased distribution and they’ve signed up for the Great Beers of America Split Rock beer festival in Nov.  Cheers and congratulations guys…

3 comments (click to read or post):

Josh 02 September, 2009 21:49  

I'm glad to hear they're revamping the IPA to be hoppier - I had it on draft at Purv's a couple weeks ago and thought it could use more hops.

stingo 02 September, 2009 22:32  

Good news. I enjoy the (now) Lunch Pale Ale - though it's tasted different each time I've tried it. Guess I'll have to keep on trying it to get the flavor down.

Joe,  03 September, 2009 08:27  

Glad to hear they are keeping their former-IPA as Lunch Pale Ale...I thought it was a tasty beer, just not hoppy enough for an IPA. I'll be keeping an eye out for the pumpkin ale, I do love me some pumpkin!

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