Jack’s Abby Kiwi Rising India Pale Lager

12 Dec

Jack's Abby India Pale Lager

Could IPL be the next big craft beer style?  If other breweries start turning out big hoppy, full-flavored lagers like Jack’s Abby of Boston, it may just be a big hit.  This well-reviewed brew is an exciting example of the natural evolution of the craft beer industry and shows what can be accomplished with an imagination and good execution.  If you’re fortunate to live in the Boston area, keep an eye out for Jack’s Abby Kiwi Rising India Pale Lager for a refreshing twist on the most popular style in the craft beer world.

“An intensely hoppy strong lager that we like to refer to as an Double India Pale Lager. All New Zealand hops (Kiwi hops) were used in progressively larger hop additions throughout the brewing process. Over 4 pounds of hops per BBL were used to create this specialty between four kettle hop additions, the use of our hop back, and dry hop additions once a week for a month.
OG 19.5 Plato / IBU’s 105 / ABV 8.5 %

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