No-Li Brewhouse Releasing Born & Raised Again Barrel-Aged IPA

No-Li Brewhouse Releasing Born & Raised Again Barrel-Aged IPAFrom No-Li:

SPOKANE, USA — You've enjoyed it out of cans, bottles and the tap, but No-Li Brewhouse now wants you to try its Born & Raised IPA out of a barrel.

On Thursday, April 5, No-Li is set to release Born & Raised Again — a version of its beloved IPA aged for two years in a wheat whiskey barrel from Dry Fly Distillery.

The aged beer features the bold, piney flavor of the original IPA accented by flavors of whiskey and caramel. In finalizing the beer, No-Li brewers mixed in a dash of new Born & Raised to awaken the hops in the aged product.

“We’re excited to finally release a barrel-aged version of this IPA. We know there’s a lot of hardcore Born & Raised fans out there, and we think they’ll enjoy this version,” says No-Li Head Brewer Ryan Brookhart.

Born & Raised Again is the latest release from No-Li Brewhouse’s  barrel-aging program. They are currently 82 barrels in different stages of aging stored throughout the No-Li pub and its production facility. This is the brewery's sixth barrel-aged bottle release thus far in 2018.

Born & Raised Again is available only at the No-Li pub and will not be sold in stores. It is a very limited run, and No-Li doesn’t plan to release more of the beer anytime in the near future.

No-Li Brewhouse, founded in 2012, is an independent, family-owned craft brewery located in Spokane, Washington. Visit the pub at 1003 E. Trent Ave. or learn more online at nolibrewhouse.com

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