TORONTO & KINGSTON, ON – Something In The Water Brewing has announced the release of a new small batch ale.
Sightseer IPA (6.6% abv):
When we arrived in Kingston we heard rumours of this delicious IPA that our brewer, Jason, had made as a homebrewer. It was a standard American IPA with a bit of a twist: A Japanese hop grown on Wolfe Island. Those who’d tried it told us stories of its balance and a new world hop aroma and flavour.
Sightseer IPA is an American IPA brewed with Chinook, Citra, Cryo Citra, and Kirin hops. Expect a light copper colour reminiscent of the English IPAs that first set sail for the new world, a delightful citrus punch from those Citra hops, and a je ne sais quoi offered up by Japanese hops grown in Ontario soil. We don’t call beers crushable, but if we did this might be the one we said it for.
Sightseer is available now at both Something In The Water locations, and the brewery’s online shop.
Source & Photo: Something In The Water Brewing