12 October 2016
Boneyard Beer is celebrating Batch 1000 with a Mystery Science Brew.
Mystery Science Brew 1000 was a special beer brewed to celebrate the 1,000th batch of beer at their production facility off Plateau Drive. To celebrate this milestone, Boneyard’s four brewers: Bill, Dana, Ian and Randin put their heads together to create a magical IPA. Randin says, “The brew staff collaborated on this pale-colored IPA to let the hops take center stage. We chose five Yakima valley hop varieties to create a citrus and pine pop that is enhanced by a refreshing fruity character.”
Though the new production facility was once titled an “RPM factory”, Boneyard chose to brew a beer that was different than their flagship for this special beer; “The brewers wanted to make a traditional IPA,” says Dana, “We used, in our opinion, the classic trifecta of hops: Centennial, Amarillo and Simcoe to make a pretty straight-forward IPA that is different than RPM.”
This hop-forward IPA will tantalize your tastebuds from beginning to end. Boneyard’s Batch 1,000 will be available the second week in October.