Troegs–Scratch, Splinter & Perpetual Imperial Pale Ale

With all the exciting new beers coming out of Troegs lately, I thought you’d want to see a little sneak peek at some of the labels.

In order we have Wild Elf Ale from the Splinter Series,  the upcoming Scratch Series White Ale (brewed with spices) and a REAL interesting beverage that I’m still chasing down details on called Perpetual IPA.  This looks like hopback’d & dry-hopped IPA (“we’ve developed a drive to meld artisanal and mechanical.  Perpetual IPA utilized our hopback & dry-hopping to engineer a bold Imperial Pale Ale”)  DO make note that they are calling it am Imperial Pale Ale and not India Pale Ale.  Look for this to be in 22oz bottles.
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8 comments (click to read or post):

  1. I like how they go out of their way to not have an IPA (other than some of the scratch series beers).

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  2. Troegs Imperial Pale Ale...funny isn't it Jay

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  3. So, troegs is hopping up an ale? How unusual.

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  4. wink wink Anon.....

    I do like hoppy beers so no complaints here. I also know there are plenty of non-hoppy beers to choose from so if they do decide to package this one...I for one would be happy. I also suspect that assuming it's as good as I think it will be, it will sell.

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  5. Heard anything about scratch #37 - an IPA? A review went up on BA recently.

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  6. Despite the review on BA, I doubt #37 will be an IPA....especially since #35 was a fresh hop IPA and it's looking like Perpetual may be related to that recipe. You never know with the brother's Troeg what they'll do so I guess we'll see.

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  7. Was at the brewery last Friday and there was no sign of Scratch #37. Still plenty of #33 and #36 available.

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  8. I think we'll see #37 BEFORE Xmas.

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