Green Flash Releasing Tropical DNA Cans 6/29 - Lincoln, NE Brewhouse Open

Green Flash Releasing Tropical DNA Cans 6/29From Green Flash:

Are you ready for a taste of paradise? We figured it’s time we brewed up something tropical, especially with the hot days of summer approaching. This new hazy, seasonal brew is brimming with flavors of ripe citrus and tropical fruit that intertwine in each succulent sip. The palate is treated to a soft, delicate mouthfeel with low bitterness despite the massive amounts of hops used in this brew. The DNA sequencing of this unique yeast strain offers complex fruitiness and a mild tart and tangy finish. Tropical DNA has been such a huge hit in our tasting room and around town, we wanted to make sure you can bring it wherever your summer adventures may take you.
Tropical DNA cans are a limited-release rolling out June 29th exclusively at our San Diego Brewery and Tasting Room starting at noon.
7.0% ABV | 15 IBU available in 4 pack 16 oz. cans.

Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery Now Open in Lincoln, Nebraska

Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery is officially open, located on the edge of University of Nebraska's campus at 16th and P street. Our first full-scale restaurant is serving fresh Alpine and Green Flash beer, and well-executed, simple dishes highlighting fresh and seasonal ingredients including various vegan options. We will also be featuring special releases brewed just for Lincoln. Grab a bite to eat and watch the game in our large dining room, snag some beer to go, get a growler fill, or just hang out and enjoy! We’re open 11:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.

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