Pelican Brewing Co. "Umbrella" Single Hop IPA, Oregon (22oz)

SKU #1220481

From the distributor: "Single-hop IPA with Australian Ella hops. Aromas of gooseberry and bright fruit"

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Staff Image By: Nicole Osmanski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/22/2015 | Send Email
Pelican’s new Spring Seasonal is all about the “Ella” in “Umbrella.” The floral, gooseberry flavors of Ella hops dominate the beer, offsetting its robust, malty body - it doesn’t drink like a higher ABV brew. It’s dry-hopped twice so you get all that hop flavor without any bitterness. If you like those distinctive Aussie hops (so distinctive that they’ve earned a separate category in most beer competitions), you’ll love this I.P.A.

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Alcohol Content (%): 7.4