The hottest days of summer are here, so we wanted to brew a full-bodied, juicy IPA with a punchy aroma of the tropics. Notes of tangerine, lemon peel, and tart pomegranate whisk you away to those sandy shores. This draft-only offering pairs well with gentle breezes and SFP 2.
Tell the bartender to put “Sailing” on blast (or pull out your headphones and spare the Mild drinker.)
What's in a name:
Coined from an opinion article in the New York Times by opinion columnist Michelle Goldberg, the premises of the title and the piece is best summed up in its final sentence:
"In a country descending into a perpetual state of screeching acrimony, we might be able to tolerate each other more if we heard from each other less."
|Grains||Locally Malted Oats (Epiphany), Locally malted barley (Chit), Brewer's Malt, Riverbend Malt House Appalachian wheat|
|Hops||Cascade (cryo), Lemondrop, Mandarina Bavaria|