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Alesong Anniversary Collab IPA

IPA  |  6.4% ABV  |  58 IBU

Alesong Brewing, out of Eugene, Oregon, has an anniversary tradition. And that tradition is brewing an IPA at a friend’s brewery and packaging it in cans. Sounds CrAzY right? Well, for them it actually IS. If you’re unfamiliar with Alesong – they specialize in wild and mixed culture saisons (sometimes fruited) and delicious stouts, with a few other styles in there. On top of that, every single beer they make sees time in wood – from foudres to bourbon barrels. So yeah, nothing very close to an IPA. What’s this recipe all about? Well the hops obviously. We leaned into our old school brewing roots with Amarillo hops from Crosby, added some McKenzie (a newer Oregon grown variety), and finished it with a Southern Hemisphere twist – Pacific Sunrise from New Zealand. There’s also some white wheat, Spelt, Naked Oats in the grist because they requested ample haze, but also some bitterness and dry finish…and we happily obliged.