Starr Hill Brewery's Four Kings IPA Pack Returns With Three New Variants

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - (March 21, 2017) Starr Hill Brewery is thrilled to announce the 2017 release of their Four Kings IPA Pack, a limited 12-pack returning with three new variants of King of Hop Imperial IPA. This year’s Four Kings IPA Pack features Orange King of Hop, Mango Habanero King of Hop, and Coffee King of Hop versions available on draft and in package this April.

First released in 2014 as part of the All Access Series, King of Hop Imperial IPA won the Gold Medal for the India Pale Ale Category at the Virginia Craft Brewers Festival the same year. The 2017 variants expand on the success of the 2016 batches, all painstakingly brewed with all natural ingredients including hand-zested orange peel, whole coffee beans, mango puree and habaneros.


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“King of Hop has proved to be an excellent canvas to showcase each of these additives, allowing for further exploration into the complexity of the IPA category,” said Starr Hill Brewmaster, Robbie O’Cain. “We are excited to offer three new variants this year, each creating a unique and delicious take on this style of beer.”

The Four Kings IPA Pack will be released on
Thursday, March 24 in the Starr Hill Brewery Tap Room in Crozet, Virginia. Four Kings will be available on draft and in 12-packs at exclusive locations across Starr Hill’s distribution footprint by April 1. To find where Four Kings and other Starr Hill beers are available, visit www.StarrHill.com/Beer-Finder.

The first
Four Kings 4K trail run will be held at Starr Hill Brewery on Sunday, April 9 to benefit Crozet Trails Crew, Starr Hill’s Cheers for Charity partner in the Tap Room during this month. For more details on the race and to register, visit www.StarrHill.com/Four-Kings-4K.

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