Left Coast - Hop Juice Triple IPA, Orange County IPA 16oz Cans, The Big Office & South County IPA Returns

Here’s an interesting new can coming from Left Coast Brewing in San Clemente, CA.  This is Hop Juice and it is a triple IPA that uses five hop varieties as well as a Mosaic dry-hop.  This big boy will hit 100 IBU and 10%-AbV and you’re looking at the 16oz can.  Stay tuned for release details.  We also have Orange County IPA brewed with fruit (7.1%-AbV & 51.5 IBU), The Big Office DIPA (8%-AbV, 52.2 IBU, 16oz can) & .Galaxy Supernova IPA (6.5%-AbV, 53.9 IBU, 16oz can). 

From Left Coast:

San Clemente, CA (November 7, 2016) - Left Coast Brewing Co., one of Orange County’s largest and oldest breweries, is proud to announce the release of Hop Juice Triple IPA, an update to their award-winning, full-time Hop Juice Double IPA. Now with Mosaic hops, a completely new look and an increase from 9.7% to 10% ABV, the Hop Juice Triple IPA will replace the Double IPA and be more of a crowd favorite than ever.

The new Hop Juice Triple IPA is available on draft and in 12 oz. and 22 oz. bottles throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, Florida, and Hawaii at more than 500 locations. Left Coast will launch 16 oz. cans in February 2017.

This release also kicks off Left Coast’s plans to completely rebrand their existing beer lineup of award-winning beers.

“We wanted to express our beach vibe through our packaging bringing back the bright colors from each beer,” says Tommy Hadjis, General Manager of Left Coast Brewing. “We also strived for consistency through out our entire brand with some signature stripes on each item.”

About New Hop Juice Triple IPA
The Hop Juice Triple IPA is a hop-centric brew using Premium American 2– Row and a touch of light crystal malt to create a solid malt foundation. A total of five different hop varieties are used in the Hop Juice. It’s dry hopped with Mosaic (new addition), Simcoe and Columbus, which contributes to its great hop aroma. Hop Juice Triple IPA starts out sweet and finishes crisp and refreshing.

  • Name: Hop Juice Triple IPA
  • Stats: 10% ABV, 100 IBUs
  • Availability: Draft, 12 oz. and 22 oz. bottles, 16 oz. cans (available February 2017)
  • Hops Variety: Mosaic, Simcoe, Columbus, Cascade, and Mt. Hood
  • Distribution: California, Nevada, Arizona, Florida and Hawaii
  • URL: www.leftcoastbrewing.com/hop-juice/

From Left Coast:

San Clemente, CA (October 18, 2016)Left Coast Brewing Co. is pleased to announce a limited release of their popular South County IPA (Collaboration Brew) this Thursday, October 20th. The community is invited to a launch event from 5-9pm at the tasting room that day, which will give them the opportunity to be the first to taste this time’s limited release.

As a collaboration brew with Pizza Port San Clemente and Artifex Brewing, South County IPA is a west coast style IPA with intense hop flavors and aromas. Brewed with premium two row pale malted barley and copious amounts of Mosaic, Nelson, Simcoe, Columbus, Centennial and Cascade hops. It’s a citrus bomb of an IPA with pine, orange, lemon and grapefruit aromas. The Mosaic and Nelson hops give South County IPA tropical fruit and gooseberry flavors and finishes dry and crisp. It has 7% ABV and 73 IBU’s.

In addition to the Left Coast’s tasting room, it’s available throughout Southern California at the locations below.

  • Orange County – 30 locations, 22 oz. bottles and draft
    • Pizza Port San Clemente, Bad To The Bone SJC, Craftsman Wood fired Pizza Placentia, Hopscotch Fullerton and Simmzy’s HB, HH Cotton and more.
  • Los Angeles – 10 locations, draft
  • San Diego – 40 locations, draft

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