Braxton Brewing Introduces Beta 3.0 — White IPA

16 November 2016

imageFrom Braxton Brewing:

The Braxton Beta series is a vehicle for our brewing team to explore the IPA style. We tinker, create, iterate and improve on what we’ve done in the past. Braxton Beta 3.0 is the newest exploration.

As we innovate on the IPA style, we also will stretch the boundaries of what “IPA” means. We don’t expect all of our Beta IPA’s to be traditional and 3.0 is a step in that direction.

Our team loves hops. And Belgians. So, when it came time to create something new for our next Beta, we chose the White IPA style. A marriage of a Belgian Wit and American IPA — a very harmonious marriage.

We brewed Beta 3.0 with 100% Citra hops to compliment the use of Orange Peel and Coriander in this White IPA. You’re going to love the result.

Beta 3.0 is hazy in appearance but features citrus packed aromas and flavors contributed by copious amounts of Citra hops and orange peel. The overall profile of the beer is quickly followed up with notes of spice that arise from the addition of Coriander and a Belgian Yeast strain. At 6.0% ABV this beer is medium to light in body with a crisp, dry finish.

We also have thecan oackaging for Braxton Spotlight White IPA (6%-AbV, 35 IBU, 12oz can).

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