Grand Teton Releasing Pursuit of Hoppiness & Wake Up Call

imageFrom Grand Teton:

Pursuit of Hoppiness Imperial Red Ale is brewed to showcase the brash beauty of American hops: Bravo, Chinook, and Columbus at 100 International Bitterness Units (IBU). The hops grown in the United States are considered to be some of the best in the world. Compared to their more traditionally subdued, elegant European counterparts, American hops are bold, bright, piney and zesty. This ale is brewed with Idaho 2-Row pale malted barley and German specialty malts to provide a rich, slightly caramel flavor and bold reddish color.

At 18.5 degrees Plato starting gravity and about 8.5% alcohol by volume, this thick and warming beer is to be shared and savored.  
Pursuit of Hoppiness is available seasonally for three months in 12 oz. 4-packs and 1/2 and 1/6 bbl kegs.

Cellar Reserve Series: Wake Up Call


Wake Up Call Imperial Coffee Porter has a distinct and robust coffee flavor that blends harmoniously with the roasted malts. Caramel, chocolate, and black malts give this ale its dark color and overtones of caramel and a cocoa-like sweetness. Only very gently hopped, the addition of coffee shines through, providing a delicious accent to this brew.

If stored in a cool, dark location, this beer should stand up to the test of time. The roasted coffee and rich maltiness will mingle together and mellow with age.

Wake Up Call Imperial Coffee Porter will be available August 15, 2016 in bottle-conditioned 6/750mL cases and 1/2 and 1/6 bbl kegs.

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