Superflux Beer Company Releases Experimental IPA #39 and Honeydrop Pale Ale

VANCOUVER, BC – Superflux Beer Company has announced the release of latest in its ongoing Experimental series of one-off IPAs, as well as a tweaked return of a previously available pale ale.

Experimental IPA #39 (6.5% abv):

Experimental IPA #39 is brewed with a brand new hop product called “CGX” from Crosby Farms. CGX is made by separating lupulin from the vegetative matter of hops at super cold temperatures and then creating a very lupulin concentrated pellet. This is pretty similar to Cryo pellets which you may be more familiar with, even though Crosby says it’s WAY different…you get the idea. Anyways, we put a bunch of Strata CGX and some Citra in this beer and it’s delicious. Soft and smooth with notes of grapefruit, sweet red berry, and lime zest.

Honeydrop Pale Ale (5.5% abv):

This batch of Honeydrop is very small and we decided to change up the recipe a bit. As you may have noticed, we pretty much never use crystal malt in any of our hoppy beers, ever. Some might even say we are opposed to it. But once every 5 years or so we get a craving for a copper coloured hoppy beer with some crystal malt character and we decided to satisfy that craving here. Dry hopped with Citra and Idaho 7 Cryo.

Both beers are available now at the Superflux taproom and retail store.

Source & Photo: Superflux Beer Company

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