Collective Arts Brewing Announces Liquid Art Fest 2019 Collaborations
On July 10, 2019 At 11:00 am
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No. 17 Orange Chicken IPA (6.2% abv) was brewed with China’s Jing-A Brewing:
Our friends at Jing-A are putting together a series of collaboration brews based on classic North American-Chinese take-out dishes. Based on a quintessential Chinese restaurant order, No. 17 Orange Chicken IPA combines citrus and spice for a flavourful IPA! We used two kinds of orange peel for a citrusy punch, and dried sichuan pepper to give a slight spice on the end of every sip. (No chickens were used in the process!)
Special Relations Imperial Gose (8% abv) was brewed with the UK’s Verdant Brewing:
Some relationships are just a little more special than others, and we love our relationship with our friends at Verdant Brewing from the UK. We teamed up to create a pretty uniquely special concoction: an Imperial Gose with a huge amount of Plums, Apricots and Raspberries.
Peak of Fluorescence DIPA (8.1% abv) with brewed with Germany’s Fuerst Wiacek:
Hops don’t naturally fluoresce, but when you team up Fuerst Wiacek & Collective Arts and decide to make a Double IPA using some nuclear Citra & Nelson Sauvin hops, you can pretty much see this beer from outer space!
Thought Patterns Dry-Hopped Lager (5% abv) with brewed with Sweden’s Stigbergets Bryggeri:
You might be surprised (scared) by how most brewers really think. Most of us don’t want to drink DIPAs or pastry stouts all the time; more often than not we actually love to drink sessionable, refreshing beer. Using these Thought Patterns, we teamed up with our Swedish homies from Stigbergets to make a super flavourful and refreshing dry-hopped lager.
No. 17 Orange Chicken IPA is available now exclusively at Collective Arts, and the other three will be released in coming weeks.
Source & Photo: Collective Arts Brewing website