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Our Centrifuge Is Here

After months of anticipation, our new centrifuge is up and running!  We just spent the past week learning how to run and maintain it properly and the first batches of beers we’ve transferred have turned out great.
For the uninitiated, a centrifuge is a large piece of equipment that separates solid matter from the beer by spinning as it’s being transferred from the fermenter to the bright tank.  This should help us achieve better yields with less waste and help us increase our brewing capacity.
The centrifuge should also help with product quality and shelf life, so we can give you the freshest beer possible.
With the help of our centrifuge, we plan to start brewing and packaging some new seasonals and 22oz bomber series beers, which we’re pretty excited about!
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The first new beer to make it to 6-pack form will be our No Coast IPA!
No Coast is the American counterpart to our Hop Wrangler 3 Belgo-style IPA.  A variety of pale malts are used to give this beer a nice golden color and let the Amarillo, Citra and Simcoe hops shine through with big piney and citrus notes. It clocks in around 100 IBUs.
No Coast has been brewed and will be making its first appearance in bottles in the near future.
The next seasonal brew to appear in 22oz bombers will be the Indecision Dark IPA!
 
Our beer naming sessions find us scouring the dark recesses of our minds for the one perfect title. After a year’s worth of planning and hundreds of possible names for our Dark IPA, we had yet to reach a consensus. What’s in a name? More importantly, “what’s in the beer?” The answer to that is complex dark malts and an abundance of hops. It’s a bold brew with deep flavor and character. We’ll let it speak for itself.
Indecision should be around 8% ABV and over 100 IBUs.  It has been brewed and should be making its way into bottles very soon as well, so stay tuned!

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