Superflux Beer Company Releases Blacklight Pale Ale and Experimental IPA #44

VANCOUVER, BC – Superflux Beer Company has announced the release of a new collaborative ale, and the latest in its ongoing Experimental series of one-off IPAs.

Blacklight Pale Ale (4.5% abv):

Blacklight is a collaboration brew with our friends at The Establishment Brewing Company. We had the idea to try and brew a beer using 100% hop extracts and oils so we put in a load of Citra Incognito, Citra YCH 702, Motueka SubZero Hop Kief, and Vic Secret Spectrum at different points in the brewing process.

Long story short, a 100% hop extract and oil beer didn’t quite taste the way we wanted it to so we threw in a small (by our standards) dry hop of Citra T90 as well. The end result is an extremely punchy and juicy beer with the most expressive flavour and aroma we think we’ve ever gotten in a pale ale. It’s smooth, sweet and ultra drinkable. We taste big time notes of pineapple and orange juice.

Experimental IPA #44 (6.5% abv):

Experimental IPA #44 is dry hopped with Rakau and Citra Cryo. The last Experimental IPA we brewed using Rakau SubZero Hop Kief, so we wanted to brew the same beer but dry hop it with Rakau T90 pellets (also from Freestyle Hops) to see how it compared. We’ll leave the judging up to you!

Both new beers, as well as a fresh batch of Easy Tiger Pale Ale, are available now at the Superflux taproom and retail store.

Source & Photo: Superflux Beer Company

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