Boneyard Beer & Steel Toe Collaborate On Sticker Fight DIPA (4/3)

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Boneyard Beer collaborates with Steel Toe Brewing to release Sticker Fight Double IPA, Oregon-style.

Back in 2014 a war was waged in Denver, Colorado over burritos and Mexican lagers between two hop-forward breweries: one from Minnesota, the other from Oregon. The Sticker Fight had begun. The legend was epic and the trail of stickers storied. To commemorate the madness, Randin King (brewer at Boneyard and formerly of Steel Toe) developed a tropical fruity Double IPA for the thirsty folks of Minnesota. The concoction was supremely satisfying and utterly demanded by fans.

Three years later, Boneyard and Steel Toe joined forces, put their adhesive weapons down, and brewed an Oregon-inspired version for the West Coast. The body is crisp, with just enough sweetness to counter the onslaught of aromatic and flavorful hops. Sticker Fight Double IPA is 8.5% ABV and 80 IBUs and will only be available on draft for a limited time starting April 3, 2017.

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