Southern Tier Brewing Company Adds Some Nu Juice to its IPA Lineup

Nu-Juice_12oz-Can-768x768Southern Tier Brewing Company (Lakewood, New York) has officially announced that it will add Nu Juice IPA to its lineup of Year-Round offerings in March 2019.

After “more than a year of development” that had Southern Tier “[leveraging] the latest brewing techniques and ingredients”, Nu Juice is finally ready for widespread distribution as a Year-Round release. This Juicy India Pale Ale sees additions of “Mosaic, Ekuanot, and Simcoe hops over a multi-day period, creating a refreshingly juicy and approachable IPA.”  Coming in at 6% ABV and a low 30 IBUs, Nu Juice “could be the smoothest IPA ever brewed.”

In an effort to keep this brand fresh and interesting in a constantly evolving beer scene, Nu Juice will serve “as a platform that will continually reinvent itself based on current IPA trends, maintaining relevance and intrigue among IPA consumers.”

“Southern Tier started with a passion for brewing and for pushing the boundaries of what craft beer can be. Experimentation has always been at the core of what we do,” explains Phin DeMink, founder of Southern Tier Brewing Company. “The Nu Juice concept pushes us to stay on the leading edge of IPA innovation.”

Nu Juice IPA will officially roll out in March with Year-Round availability in “a variety of packaged formats.”  You can expect to find this new Year-Round offering at craft beer-focused retailers, bars and restaurants located in Alabama, Florida, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and throughout the rest of Southern Tier’s distribution territory.  Prost!

Vital Information for Nu Juice IPA from Southern Tier Brewing Company

Release – Year-Round, launching March 2019
Style – Hazy/Juicy India Pale Ale
ABV – 6%
IBUs – 30
Featured Hops – Mosaic, Ekuanot & Simcoe
Fun Fact – Nu Juice IPA is a relaunch of Southern Tier’s previously released Nu Skool IPA

Availability – Draft & a variety of packaged formats
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