BarrelHouse Brewing Releasing Mango IPA 12oz Bottles

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BarrelHouse Brewing is excited to announce Mango IPA 6-packs to their 12oz bottle lineup. Mango IPA was originally launched late last summer in 22oz and on draft. It quickly gained momentum and customer demand was on pace with their two best sellers: BarrelHouse IPA & Sunny Daze.

“Mango IPA was created from the ground up, we didn’t just toss mangos into our IPA. We designed it to be more drinkable and refreshing with a balance of delicate sweetness, huge mango character, but still retaining its IPA backbone with light bitterness. We love this beer and aren’t surprised by its tremendous growth in such a short time. With this addition we made the jump to one of the most trusted bottling machines in the industry, a GAI Prospero. With Prospero’s unchallenged minimal dissolved oxygen pickup, we’re more confident than ever with our product’s freshness and the ability for our guys to get more beer to the consumer even quicker. Expect to see our Mango IPA, alongside our other brands, on shelves throughout our California distribution network.” Chris Vaughn, Marketing Director.

BarrelHouse Mango IPA Specs:
Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 6.0%
Bitterness: 45 IBUs
Package: 12oz six-packs, 22-ounce Bombers, and Draft
Release: February 2017; year-round offering

Mango IPA  “You’ve just discovered one of the most enjoyable IPAs we’ve ever made. A crushable balance of citrus hops, mango goodness, and smooth finish truly puts this beer in a league of its own. Grab a bottle and experience how a mango IPA should taste. Cheers!”

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