Saint Archer Releases Mosaic Double IPA in 6 Pack Cans

17 October 2016

imageFrom Saint Archer:

Mosaic Double IPA will now be available in 6 pack cans and on draft at Saint Archer’s tasting room located at 9550 Distribution Ave, San Diego, CA, 92121. It will also be available to select retailers in California, Nevada and Arizona.

Mosaic is the first born child of Simcoe. Some have described it as Citra on steroids, but it’s much more than that; rich in mango, lemon, citrus, earthy pine, tropical fruit, herbal and stone fruit notes. With Mosaic hops and a compelling trio of Amarillo, Simcoe, and Chinook – this Mosaic Double IPA is to be a sure winner in any Double IPA enthusiast’s book.

Head Brewer Kim Lutz is no stranger to the bliss of a Double India Pale Ale and has several medals over the past year to prove it. Her years in Hawaii experimenting with fresh, local ingredients are also on full display in Saint Archer’s Mosaic Double IPA.

“Here at Saint Archer, we love all hops, but we definitely have our favorites. Mosaic is one of them,” explains Lutz, “This Double IPA is meant to showcase this hop as we see it. With huge notes of citrus, berry and pine, this beer will familiarize any drinker with the wonderful hop Mosaic.”

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