NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ON – The Exchange Brewery has announced the release of its first foray into the hazy and fruity world of Vermont-style IPAs.
Bill NyE P.A. (7% abv, 71 IBU) is named after celebrity science educator Bill Nye in honour of the fact that the beer is “the genius result of The ExB Brewers’ experiments in new yeast and hop combinations.”
The first Exchange beer to be brewed with El Dorado hops – along with Amarillo, Citra, Galaxy and Mosaic – and a Vermont Ale yeast from Escarpment Labs in Guelph, it’s described as follows:
The Bill NyE P.A. is moderately hazy and offers a burst of fruity and juicy aromas and flavours. “We like that we were able to experiment and obtain a delicious, well-balanced IPA.” adds Christine Nagy, Brewer. “The big exotic fruit notes (pineapple and mango) are balanced nicely with sweet orange notes”.
Bill NyE P.A. is available in 750 ml bottles at The Exchange retail store and on draught at select bars and restaurants while supplies last.