Creature Comfort's Cosmik Debris DIPA Returns

imageFrom Creature Comforts:

ATHENS (March 16, 2017) – Creature Comforts Brewing Company will bring back its seasonal release 

Cosmik Debris this March. The beer will be available on draft and in 12-ounce cans in the brewery’s

tasting room as well as in the Athens and Atlanta markets.

Cosmik Debris comes in at 8-percent ABV and features Simcoe, Idaho 7, Mosaic, Cascade and Chinook

hops, that together develop a bursting aroma of citrus zest, melon and subtle pine. The beer delivers a

beautiful balance between firm bitterness and malt with notes of starfruit and orange marmalade on

the palate.

Cosmik Debris is released in March because the newest and freshest hops are available to brewers at

that time. In total, the double IPA uses five pounds of hops per barrel and is intended to be enjoyed

when fresh.

“Cosmik Debris should always be kept cold and consumed as fresh as possible,” said Co-Founder &

Brewmaster Adam Beauchamp. “Allowing it to age would lessen the brilliant, fresh aroma that we

worked to infuse into the beer.”

Creature Comforts collaborates with local artists on the can designs for its seasonal and limited releases.

The label artwork for Cosmik Debris depicts a galactic scene that was designed by Athens artist Kim


“The name for this beer was inspired by the popular Frank Zappa song,” said Co-Founder and Head

Brewer David Stein. “In the song there’s a mystery man who whips out a can of foaming goo and says

‘there’s nothing that it can’t do.’ So go ahead and drink one of these beers and see what will happen to


The seasonal release will be available onsite at the brewery beginning late March as well as in the

Athens and Atlanta markets shortly after the onsite release. For more information about Creature

Comforts Brewing Company visit

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