Field House Brewing Releases Pair of Foeder-Aged Wild IPAs
On November 19, 2018 At 2:00 pm
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ABBOTSFORD, BC – Field House Brewing has announced the release of two new limited edition foeder-aged IPAs.
Wild American IPA (7.5% abv, 50 IBU) and Wild New Zealand IPA (7.5% abv, 50 IBU) started out as a West Coast IPA and amber IPA respectively, and were then refermented with five strains of Brettanomyces in American white oak foeders, giving them notes of “leather, hay and overripe fruit.” American was then dry-hopped with “intense American hops lending notes of citrus, pine and resin,” while New Zealand was dry-hopped with “delicate Wakatu and Nelson Sauvin hops, lending floral and stone fruit aromas and a light note of white wine.”
Both beers are available now at Field House in 500 ml bottles and on tap, with select private liquor stores receiving stock this week.
Source & Photo: Field House Brewing website