Coronado Brewing Debuts New Seasonal: Beach Break IPA

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San Diego, CA - July 26, 2017 - Summer's in full swell, and Coronado Brewing Company is proud to debut its latest seasonal offering, Beach Break IPA. It follows award-winning Waylaid White IPA and fan-favorite North Island IPA in the company's seasonal lineup. Beach Break IPA is available in 22oz bombers, 12oz bottle six-packs, and draft, beginning late July.

"Beach Break IPA has three of my favorite hops-Simcoe, Mosaic, and Citra-along with Southern Cross from New Zealand," says Mark Theisen, Lead Brewer, Coronado Brewing Company. "There's a nice crisp bitterness that you expect from a West Coast IPA. We have big late-kettle and dry hop additions for a ton of tropical aroma." The complex hop bill gives Beach Break IPA bright citrus, lemon, spice and tropical fruit aroma and flavor. Coming in at 8.0%, Beach Break IPA is incredibly smooth with a lingering, dry finish.

Beach Break Imperial IPA hits shelves late July and will be available throughout the company's distribution footprint. For more information about Beach Break IPA, visitwww.coronadobrewing.com. Stay Coastal. Cheers.

Beach Break Imperial IPA:

Style:               Imperial IPA

ABV:                8.0%

Bitterness:        86 IBUs

Hops:               Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic

Package:         22oz, 12oz six-pack, draft

Release:          August

Availability:       Coronado's distribution network

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This Imperial IPA rides an intense wave of New World hops from the kettle to the bottle. Simcoe, Citra and Mosaic give the beer bright, peachy and tropical notes, with a lingering dry finish. Dry-hopped with four pounds of hops per barrel for vibrant tropical aromas and a swell of flavor that keeps you wanting more.

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