Payette Brewing - Recoil IPA & Rodeo Citra Pale 12oz Cans, High Side American Wheat, Twelve Gauge, Eight Second Rye’d, AUra Sour Series & One In The Chamber Bottles

This morning you get to see two new cans coming from Payette Brewing in Boise, ID.  Recoil is an IPA that hits 6.5%-AbV and Rodeo is a Citra Pale Ale that hits 4%-AbV.  These are both 12oz Ball cans.  We also have Twelve Gauge imperial stout brewed with cocoa nibs, chili and cinnamon (10%-AbV, 22oz bottles).
This update from Payette

The New Year brings new beer. Payette Brewing Company is excited to announce their release of an additional beer to their year-round lineup, Recoil India Pale Ale in cans January 2017.

Recoil IPA is a returning favorite of Payette Brewing, however previously available for a limited time on draft only. Just like a recoil, the backward momentum after a gun is fired, this beer is back! This time, with a brighter hop blend, firm bitterness and incredible aroma, all packed in a twelve ounce can available in six-packs year-round.

Payette Brewing founder, Mike Francis, mentions, “Rustler IPA has been our number one selling beer since we opened, especially when we started canning it four years ago. We’ve been interested in adding a new IPA to our year-round packaged lineup; so have been working on this particular recipe since we opened our new brewing facility in June. It’s been perfected and we’re excited to make Recoil available year-round in our favorite form: cans. It has a completely different hop profile, flavor and aroma than Rustler, so we look forward to seeing what everyone thinks.”

Recoil IPA is brewed with generous amounts of Calypso, Citra, Eureka and Mosaic hops landing at 80 IBU and 6.5% ABV. Tantalizing, flavorful and refreshing, Recoil’s addition to Payette Brewing’s year-round lineup is the perfect way to kick off 2017.

Recoil IPA is now (9 Jan 2017) available on draft and in twelve ounce canned six-packs at Payette Brewing, select bars, restaurants and retail stores in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and Nevada.

This update for High Side:

Seasons change and so do our taste buds. In this case, with something completely new to Payette Brewing and an exciting transition to their seasonal rotation. January 2017, Payette Brewing Company released a new Seasonal, High Side American Wheat Ale, in six-packs, twelve-packs and on tap for a limited time.

Adventure seekers and beer drinkers alike can appreciate a well-rounded refreshing beer, especially when conveniently available in twelve-ounce cans. Crystal and Sorachi Ace hops complement the malted wheat backbone giving this American Wheat Ale a splash of flavor! High Side is crisp and refreshing, making it sessionable for any on, off and sometimes in river adventure.

Payette brewer, Darrin Goodrich, has been eager to make a wheat beer and comments, “Through my several years at Payette, it’s something we’ve never really done and I knew it would be a great addition to our lineup. I mean, who doesn’t love a flavorful and refreshing beer? Wheat beers have awesome characteristics and High Side is nothing short of that.”

High Side is loaded with malted white wheat, but the addition of Pale and Pilsner malts give it well-rounded flavor. High Side is lower on the IBU, landing at 25, but the hop profile is perfect. At 5.3% ABV, it’s perfectly acceptable to enjoy a few fresh off the tap or on any outdoor excursions.

High Side Wheat is now available on draft and in twelve ounce canned six-packs and twelve-packs at Payette Brewing, select bars, restaurants and retail stores in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and Nevada January through March.
We also have One In The Chamber imperial IPA from the Serendipity Series (8.7%-AbV, 22oz bottle), Aura Sour Series Cherry & Nectarine sour ale (4%-AbV, 9 IBU) & Eight Second Rye’d imperial IPA (8%-AvB, 22oz bottle).

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