Propeller Releases Graceland Too Collaboration With Flying Monkeys
On June 20, 2016 At 11:30 am
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Graceland Too is a 6.5% abv White IPA brewed using the same yeast strain as Propeller Hefeweizen, along with plenty of hops.
Graceland Too is available now in 650 ml bottles at both of Propeller’s retail locations while supplies last.
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