Fort Collins, Colorado
Good, Beer Advocate
There’s an uprising in the craft beer world, a mutiny on gluten, and the movement’s invaded our brewhouse, demanding we finally brew an uncompromised gluten-reduced pale ale fit for the most adventurous hopheads. Our response? This is Glutiny! For this new year-round release, we armed the beer with a hefty dose of exotic Equinox hops, lending breezy guava, papaya and stone fruits to a wash of sweet, slightly herbal malt flavors. We then employed a special enzyme during the brewing process, which breaks down the gluten. Like any delicious pale ale, expect swift bitterness in the swallow and an assertively dry finish, just how we like it. Ready to join the uprising? Taste the Glutiny.
[The fine print: This product is fermented from grains containing gluten and crafted to remove gluten. The gluten content of this product cannot be verified, and this product may contain gluten.]
This juicy India Style Pale Ale sits at 6.5% ABV and is fully loaded with aromas of melon, apricot, tangerine and papaya. Chainsaw City is one heady brew that is sure to get your gears turning. Keep an eye out for this exclusive beer release early December!
94th Percentile, RB
94th Percentile, Ratebeer.com; Exceptional, Beer Advocate
Brewer's Notes: It’s worth the risk to go for Double Jeopardy IPA. This complex and easy drinking imperial IPA pours a hazy golden orange with a fluffy, stark white foam that dissipates to moderate lacing -- proof of the crime of an empty glass. The aroma floods the senses with bright citrus and New World tropical flavors led by Simcoe hops. Double Jeopardy has a malty bite up front from caramel and pale malts followed by a resinous hoppy middle, then finishes with a lingering, bittersweet boozy tingle. This big and bold unfiltered IPA taunts you: Can you walk away without having another?
Very Good, BA
Very Good, Beer Advocate
Brewer's Notes: Hoptropolis is a thriving hop mecca built upon a foundation of Citra, Mosaic, Loral and Azacca hops. It’s an American IPA with tropical fruit, floral, citrus and stone fruit hop aromatics. The beer pours a strikingly golden color with a light haze. Upon arrival to Hoptropolis, the first thing to notice is its enticing aroma, which is intensely fruity, reminiscent of fruit cocktail with lots of pear, peach and pineapple plus a distinctly dank, but balanced finish. Taste is dry and crisp with pleasant lingering bitterness. You’ll want to spend a little extra time exploring this hop haven - there’s so much to sip & do.