Week of June 12th-18th 2017

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– Saint Archer Mosaic IPA

    (Available in 6pk Cans)

– Imperial IPA

– ABV: 9%   

Here at Saint Archer, we are excited to brew with one of our favorite hop varieties, Mosaic. This Double India Pale Ale showcases the wonderful characteristics of this hop. With complex aromatic notes of citrus, berry, tropical fruit, and pine. We have also layered in Amarillo, Simcoe, and Chinook to highlight the wonderful hop that is, Mosaic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Pizza Port Pickleweed Point

    (Available in 16oz Cans & On Draft)

– IPA

– ABV: 6.5%   

Brewed with oats and gives off tropical fruit notes. Hops: Citra, Motueka, Ahtanum, Melon Blanc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Stone RuinTen Triple IPA w/Orange Peel & Vanilla Bean

    (Available in 22oz Bottles & On Draft)

– Triple IPA

– ABV: 10.8%   IBUs: 110

This version of Stone RuinTen Triple IPA imagines orange peel and vanilla bean being caught moshing with the hardcore hop legend. Its original inspiration starts back with our decision to take the 2002 release of Stone Ruination IPA and make it into an even hoppier monstrosity in 2012 for its 10th Anniversary. Soon after its release, the nickname “RuinTen” began to circulate, and eventually stuck. No sooner did we sell out the special release that our fans began to clamor for more of this veritable hop monster, and from their noise the annual RuinTen release was born. Not being ones to not mess with a good thing, we decided to add two new ingredients to produce this modern-day mosh pit of hops: orange peel and vanilla bean. The result is a melee of flavor. Dive in, or watch from the seats. Your call. You’ll find us in the pit.

 

 

 

 

– Stone Tangerine Express IPA

    (Available On Draft)

– IPA

– ABV: 6.7%  IBUs: 75 

This ain’t no just-add-juice approach. This one is for adults. We use bountiful whole tangerine purée, which brings pithy, crisp bitterness to the citrus flavor. In addition to the complexities of the tangerine — the likes of which you can only get by using the whole fruit — we judiciously employ just a hint of whole pineapple for a backnote (you’d likely not even pick it out of the mix if we didn’t tell you it was there). We’re not looking for a sweet concoction to appease the “I want my beer to taste like fruit juice” crowd. This is Stone. We like our IPAs to taste like IPAs. Big, bold and not for kids.