Each beer shows the uniqueness of each yeast strain through our split batching process.
Part of our Temperature Series!
One of the brewer’s main tasks is to select and control a fermentation temperature that will cater to the selected yeast strain. In this side-by-side tasting, the beers have both been fermented at 20° C or 68°F. This temperature will yield proper cell function for a healthy fermentation and a tasty end product.
Melon | Candied Lemon | Guava
Brewed with WLP001 California Ale Yeast; a classic example of a west coast IPA due to its hoppy aroma, pleasant bitterness, and dry finish.
Also Available with
Kiwi | Strawberry | Red Apple
Brewed with WLP090 San Diego Super Ale Yeast; a classic example of west coast IPA due to its hoppy aroma, pleasant bitterness, and dry finish.
Each style of beer glass serves one purpose, to enhance your drinking experience. Some are designed to showcase the delicate effervescence of a pilsner while others are sized in larger volume to encourage a long “session” or lower ABV highly drinkable styles such as some English beer styles.
If you’re willing to learn some beer basics, continue reading to learn what you like and why you like it.