HopShock I.P.A. - Warm copper amber in color, SanTan brewers have re-defined this classic English Ale. An intense bitterness derived from the distinct citrus/pine flavor of Pacific Northwest & New Zealand Hops. A dry, crisp malt character & aggressive alcohol dominate our I.P.A. and make this bitter beer a hop-head’s passion! Pairs excellently with spicy foods and strong bleu cheeses.
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- Style: Beer style is a term used to differentiate and categorize beers by various factors such as color, flavor, strength or ingredients. American West Coast India Pale Ale
- Malt:Malt imparts flavor & body to beer. It is made from barley, a cereal similar to wheat. Two Row Barley, Wheat, Caramel 80, Munich, Victory
- Hops:Hops are the female flower clusters of a hop species, used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent for beer to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor. Columbus, (CTZ), Amarillo, Nelson Sauvin, Zythos
- Yeast:Brewer's yeast is made from a one-celled fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae and is used to make beer. American Ale
- OG:The Original Gravity measured before the commencement of fermentation...The Plato degree is how it is measured. 16.5º Plato
- ABV:Alcohol by volume is a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in an alcoholic beverage. 7.1% v/v
- Color:Standard Reference Method or SRM is a system modern brewers use to measure color intensity. 25º SRM
- IBU:IBU stands for International Bittering Unit - the scale used to measure hop bitterness in beer. 85
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