Whiny the Complainer Triple IPA

8 Feb

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Big Time Brewery and Alehouse has released their highly anticipated Whiny the Complainer.  This triple IPA was made in the same style as Russian River’s Pliny the Younger and was named by former head brewer Bill Jenkins in homage to “the patrons who whine because they missed out on their coveted few ounces of PtY.”  The new ale is Big Time Brewery’s 2,300th beer they’ve served since opening in 1988, making it the oldest brewpub in Washington State and showing that they know what they’re doing.

Brewed on 12/28/2011, Whiny is a delicious triple India Pale Ale that features an abundant amount of bitterness, hop flavor and aroma from over 3 lbs of hops per barrel.  Hops include, Cascade; Centennial, Chinook; Columbus; Magnum; Amarillo; and Simcoe.  It was dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand.  Original gravity 1.088; Terminal gravity 1.019;  9.1%  abv.

Whiny the Complainer is available at Big Time Brewery and Alehouse and the following locations in Seattle: Beveridge Place Pub; Brouwers Café; Fiddlers Inn; The Hopvine, Naked City Brewery and Taphouse; Wedgewood Alehouse; The Yard Café.

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