Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will introduce Lay Low IPA, a low-calorie IPA that “actually tastes like an IPA,” as its newest Year-Round offering on January 24.
The result of a year-long mission to “create a low calorie, low ABV beer that actually tasted delicious,” Lay Low IPA is a Session India Pale Ale “dry hopped with Citra, Idaho 7 and Sultana [hops], creating the oh-so-original citrusy notes of a classic IPA.” Clocking in at just 3.2% ABV and 90 calories and boasting a “crisp, clean and dry” finish, Lay Low IPA is “designed for you to SLAY IPA ALL DAY.”
“Typically, when you set out to make a low-calorie, low-alcohol craft beer, it turns out watery and bland—which makes sense, because water also happens to be low-calorie and low-alcohol,” says Peter Kiley, Brewmaster at Monday Night Brewing. “It took us almost a full year to get the recipe for Lay Low right, but we finally struck the ideal balance of flavorful and sessionable.”
Lay Low IPA is scheduled to launch on January 24, 2020. You can expect to find this new Year-Round offering available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at craft beer-focused retailers, bars and restaurants located within Monday Night Brewing’s distribution footprint in Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. Prost!
Vital Information for Lay Low IPA from Monday Night Brewing
Release – Year-Round; launching January 24, 2020
Style – Session India Pale Ale
ABV – 3.2%
IBUs – 30
Calories – 90
Featured Hops – Citra, Idaho 7 & Sultana
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Alabama, Georgia & Tennessee