Creature Comforts Brewing Co. (Athens, Georgia) recently announced that they will officially unleash the 2017 release of Cosmik Debris Double IPA beginning in late-March.
Since this is the time of year when the hop crop is at its peak of freshness, it only makes sense for Creature Comforts Brewing Co. to designate March as the month to pencil their annually released, fan-favorite Double IPA into the brewing schedule. This year’s release of Cosmik Debris weighs in at 8% ABV and has been created with a recipe consisting of five pounds per barrel of featured hops – Simcoe, Idaho 7, Mosaic, Cascade and Chinook. With aromatics of citrus zest, melon and pine, “the beer delivers a beautiful balance between firm bitterness and malt with notes of starfruit and orange marmalade on the palate.”
“Cosmik Debris should always be kept cold and consumed as fresh as possible,” says our Co-Founder and Brewmaster Adam Beauchamp. “Allowing it to age would lessen the brilliant, fresh aroma that we worked to infuse into the beer.”
Cosmik Debris Double IPA will officially begin its release in late-March (release date to be determined). Hop heads will be able to find this Seasonal offering available in 12 oz. cans and on draft at the brewery’s Tasting Room and at select craft beer establishments found in Creature Comforts Brewing Co.’s distribution area of Athens and Atlanta, Georgia. More details concerning the release of Cosmik Debris will arrive soon, and we will update you with that information once we have it. Stay tuned. Prost!
Vital Information for Cosmik Debris Double IPA from Creature Comforts Brewing Co.
Release – Seasonal, beginning late-March 2017
Style – American Double India Pale Ale
ABV – 8%
Hops – Simcoe, Idaho 7, Mosaic, Cascade & Chinook
Availability – 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Athens & Atlanta, Georgia
Fun Fact – “Creature Comforts collaborates with local artists on the can designs for its seasonal and limited releases. The label artwork for Cosmik Debris depicts a galactic scene that was designed by Athens artist Kim Deakins.”