SweetWater - Squeeze Box IPA 12oz and 16oz Cans

We brought you a peek at the bottles already, and now we get to see cans.  This is SweetWater Squeeze Box IPA with grapefruit.  The beer hits 6.1%-AbV and you’re looking at the 16oz and 12oz (below) cans.  Stay tuned here for release details.
20 Oct 2016:  This update from SweetWater:

Introducing Squeeze Box, our spankin new winter seasonal. Slice open citrus heaven with this grapefruit laced IPA.  Bright and crisp with five tropical hop additions and dosed with a shot of grapefruit, it's a refreshing new squeeze.  Will hit shelves after a few days of bottle conditioning (around Nov 1) -- look for it in cans, bottles and our Winter Variety Pack.

26 Oct 2016 from SweetWater:

Slice One Open Starting November 1


A brand new winter seasonal from SweetWater Brewing Co. hits shelves starting November 1:  Squeeze Box IPA with grapefruit.   Bright and crisp with five tropical hop additions and dosed with a shot of winter’s favorite citrus, grapefruit.


ABV:  6.1%

IBUs:  45

Hops:   Chinook, Columbus, Cascade, Simcoe, Goldings, Centennial

Malt bill:  2-Row, Munich, Wheat, 70/80, Midnight Wheat

Beer lovers who enjoyed summer’s Goin’ Coastal IPA with pineapple will be delighted by Squeeze Box’s similarities in style and drinkability, but with the seasonally appropriate update of grapefruit.   Squeeze Box will be available November through January, on draft, in 12 oz bottles (6 packs and cases), and in 12 oz cans or bottles in the Winter Variety Pack.  The Winter Variety Pack with 12 oz bottles also includes a retired beer that consumers voted to bring back for the season, in celebration of the brewery’s 20thanniversary:  LowRYEder.   This Rye IPA is crisp and smooth, with spicy rye and hop bitterness that earned it a gold medal at GABF.  Available only in the Winter Variety Pack 12 oz bottles and on tap at the brewery.

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