LANGLEY, BC – Locality Brewing, a farm-based “field-to-glass” brewery opening to the public soon in rural Langley, has announced the retail release of a new beer.
Wild Side of 248th West Coast IPA (6.5% abv):
This is a true classic West Coast IPA with a crisp clean malt bill and a punch of hop bitterness. Local Cascade and Centennial hops are backed by Azacca and Pahto giving it a nice fruity nose but tastes piney and resiny. The malt bill is Pale 2-row, Vienna, and Carapils. This means that it has some malty character but it isn’t too sweet or overpowering, leaving room for the hops to shine through. When you sip it, thoughts of the Old School West Coast IPAs of the past come back in full force.
Wild Side of 248th is available now at select liquor retailers.
Source & Photo: Locality Brewing