Block 15 Releasing Fresh Flow Seasonal Cans

Block 15 Releasing Fresh Flow Seasonal CansFrom Block 15:

This June, Block 15 Brewing Company will release their first seasonal IPA in cans— Fresh Flow, a refreshing IPA designed for sunny summer drinking in cooperation with artist Chris Herbst of Ashland’s Flow Factory NW, whose work is featured on the can’s label art. Brewed often and canned fresh throughout the summer, look for Fresh Flow on tap and in cans at the finest bottle shops, beer bars, and markets around the Pacific Northwest from June through August.

Fresh Flow IPA Label Artwork by artist Chris Herbst of Ashland’s Flow Factory NW

About Fresh Flow
Fresh Flow is a tropically hoppy IPA featuring a fruit-forward blend of American and New Zealand hop varietals. 2-row and superior pilsen form its crisp grist base, while oat malt, flaked barley, and fermentation with English ale yeast softly rounds out the body. Fresh Flow finishes relatively dry, with a gentle bitterness and lingering fruity hop notes.

Fresh Flow is releasing at Block 15 Brewery and Tap Room on Saturday, June 2, with distribution around Oregon and Washington beginning Monday, June 4.

Grains: 2-Row, Superior Pilsen, Carafoam, Oat Malt, Flaked Barley Hops: Azacca, Chinook, Galaxy, Mosaic, Citra, Apollo Extract Yeast: London Ale III
ABV: 6.5%
FG: 1.010
Can Volume: 1 Pint / 16 FL OZ

About Block 15 Brewing Company
Offering unique hop forward ales, crisp lagers, barrel-aged rarities, and one of the Northwest’s most extensive wild and sour programs, Block 15 produces a range of artfully crafted beers, brewed with a nod toward fresh ingredients and fresh thinking. Established in 2008, and brewer-owned from day one.

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