Wallenpaupack Brewing Co. Introduces Low-Calorie Smallmouth IPA

Wallenpaupack Brewing Company (Hawley, Pennsylvania) has officially released Smallmouth IPA as the brewery’s first-ever lo-cal option.

Named after the Smallmouth bass prized and “sought by anglers all over North America,” Smallmouth IPA is a Session India Pale Ale “bursting with flavors of citrus and berry.” Weighing in at 4.4% ABV and 102 calories per 12 oz. serving, Smallmouth IPA is “a fresh alternative to higher alcohol options and meets the growing demand of today’s consumer who seeks quality refreshment and flavor, all in a lower calorie beer.”

“We spent a lot of time listening to our customers about the types of beers they’d most like us to brew, and we’re thrilled to offer this latest option to them,” said Becky Ryman, owner of Wallenpaupack Brewing Company. “More importantly, we had to get the liquid right and I’m thrilled with the outcome, which I know our customers will love. Our brewing team, led by Logan Ackerly, delivered a delicious beer that offers exceptional quality, flavor and refreshment, while remaining low in calories.”

Smallmouth IPA officially released at Wallenpaupack Brewing Company in early July 2020 and will be available from batch to batch as long as supplies last. You can expect to find this Specialty Release available in 12 oz. cans and on draft at the brewery and at select craft beer-focused establishments located in the areas where Wallenpaupack self-distributes in Pennsylvania. Prost!

Vital Information for Smallmouth IPA from Wallenpaupack Brewing Company

Release – Specialty; July 2020
Style – Session/Low Calorie India Pale Ale
ABV – 4.4%
Calories – 102 (per 12 oz. serving)

Carbs – 3 grams (per 12 oz. serving)
Fun Fact – “The new can features a new look for the 3-year old brewery, illustrated with exceptional detail by local artist Jen Borror of Hoot Design Studio in York, Pennsylvania.”
Availability – 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Pennsylvania