Flying Fish - Exit 16 Double IPA, Exit 3 Blueberry Braggot, Exit 12 Maibock, Exit 17 RIS & Exit 4 American Trippel

imageThis is Exit Sixteen Double IPA from Flying Fish Brewing in Somerdale, NJ.  This beer is brewed with Chinook and Citra hops and the beer will hit 8.2%-AbV (as well as “hoppy highs of tangerine, mango and pine”).  This is the 12oz bottle and stay tuned for release info.  We also have the new 12oz bottle packaging design for Exit Four American Trippel (9.5%-AbV), Exit 12 Maibock (8%-AbV, 750ml bottle), Exit 17 Russian Imperial Stout (10%-AbV) and Exit Three Blueberry Braggot honey ale brewed with blueberries (15%-AbV)..
imageimage12 June 2917 Update from Flying Fish:

A change in distributors put a hiccup in Exit 12 shipping last month.  Starting Monday, a very limited amount will be reaching stores in the southern half of the state.

Exit 12 recognizes the many German immigrants who settled in New Jersey in the 19th and 20th centuries.  German beer culture always celebrates the season with a Maibock–a beer that balances the richness of winter beers with the lightness of warmer weather offerings.

Our version is a rich, full-bodied straw-colored 8% abv lager showcasing pilsner malt and German noble hops.  Malt flavors and aromas predominate while the hops add spicy overtones but little bitterness.  

This is a beer that pairs well with many foods:  ham and lighter German fare, shellfish and goat cheese to name a few.  Or try it with a spiced dessert like carrot cake.  It also pairs incredibly well with abundant sunshine.



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