Bomber Brewing Releases Superpest Double IPA


VANCOUVER, BCBomber Brewing has announced the release of a new beer with a name inspired by the lead singer of a legendary Vancouver power pop band.

Superpest Double IPA takes its moniker from the nickname of Craig Northey, founding member and vocalist of Odds, and a hockey teammate of some of the Bomber crew.

Brewed using Centennial, Chinook, and Columbus hops, and BC-malted 2-row barley, the 7.5% abv and 80 IBU Superpest is described as having a “soft bitterness” and “tangy hints of grapefruit rind (that) linger on the side of the tongue.”

To mark the release of Superpest Double IPA, Bomber will be holding a backyard concert and BBQ with Odds and I, Braineater on Thursday, June 5th from 5:00 to 10:00 PM. For tickets and more information, see the Eventbrite listing.

Superpest Double IPA is available now in kegs, 650 ml bottles, and on tap in the Bomber Brewing tasting room.

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