ControversiALE returns in cans!
ControversiALE is back and this time in bottles AND cans! This American IPA brewed exclusively with Simcoe hops has earthy, pine, and citrus aromas. ControversiALE is hopped like an IPA but is easy drinking like a pale ale. Look for cans and bottles to hit the Great Lakes region soon.
ControversiALE (6.60% ABV – 65 IBU) is an American IPA brewed exclusively with Simcoe hops originally brewed for the City Park Grill in Petoskey, MI. Earthy, citrus and pine laced aromas are instantly delectable. Large amounts of toasted grains and high alpha hops form a perfect union that creates the cool sensation of toasted sourdough covered with zesty grapefruit hop marmalade. ControversiALE has an enchantingly straightforward hop aroma, flavor, and overall intensity through ample additions of Simcoe hops. While this beer is hopped like an IPA, it drinks like a pale ale. The light, refreshing qualities of this beer make it perfect for springtime.
Aroma – Pine, citrus, earthy
Malt – Sourdough
Hops – Simcoe
Balance – Bitter with a malty backbone
Body – Medium
ABV – 6.60%
Bitterness – 65 IBUs