Boneyard Brewing Skunkape India Red Ale Returns

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From Boneyard Beer:

Boneyard Beer teamed up with snowboarding company Lib Tech out of Washington to brew up Skunkape, a hop-forward India Red Ale crafted back in 2011. This beer stands for everything Boneyard loves: hops, flavor and wicked good snowboards.

Skunkape transpired in 2011 when Brewmaster Tony Lawrence and Trevor and Kyle Phillips from Lib Tech teamed up to bring the craft beer and snowboard worlds together to create a powder-centric beer to quench any shredders thirst. “This project came about pretty serendipitously… just boys being boys talking about beers and snowboards.” Trevor from Lib Tech states, “We’ve always been stoked with our relationship with Boneyard. It’s nice to trade snowboards for kegs for our kegerator and we really felt like Quincy Quigg’s artwork really fit in with Boneyard’s graphics.”

Skunkape has always been an experimental beer for Boneyard. Tony says, “At the time we were thinking up Skunkape, IRA’s seemed to be a newer style and we thought we’d take a crack at making one. We have always had freedom to play with products like hop oils and extracts and used different applications with this beer to find something interesting that tasted good.”

This dank, hop-forward India Red Ale will thrill any taste-buds from the beginner slopes to the cornice. Skunkape will be available starting January 1, 2017. 6% ABV, 40 IBU’s and is available in 5.2g, 7.25g and 50L kegs. Boneyard’s Skunkape will stick around until the snow melts.

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