New Realm Brewing & 21st Amendment Brewery Collaborate on Rice Cold IPA

NewRealm21stANew Realm Brewing Company (Atlanta, Georgia) has officially announced that it will release Rice Cold IPA, a new collaboration project with 21st Amendment Brewery (San Leandro, California), on November 19.

Crafted by Mitch Steele at New Realm Brewing and Shaun O’Sullivan of 21st Amendment to be a “mash up of a Mexican Lager and an IPA,” Rice Cold IPA is a hybrid India Pale Ale brewed with “a blend of malts from both coasts as well as rice.”  To give the beer its “substantial hop character,” Cashmere hops are featured to provide “flavors of melon, backed by peach, citrus and herbal notes” while Idaho 7, Cascade and Galaxy hops support with “tropical fruit and piney aromas.”  Rice Cold IPA (6.8% ABV, 31 IBUs) was then “finished with a Mexican lager yeast to add hints of spice.”

“Shaun and I have been pals for a long time, so when he was visiting Atlanta for a beer festival we decided to brew something different together,” said Mitch Steele Co-Founder and Brewmaster of New Realm Brewing. “As we discussed the idea for this beer, we agreed on certain techniques that we believed would set this beer apart and make it extra tasty and unique.”

Rice Cold IPA is scheduled to release at New Realm’s Atlanta and Virginia Beach locations on November 19 and will enter distribution at or around that date as well.  You can expect to find this Limited Release available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located within New Realm’s distribution footprint in Georgia and the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.  Prost!

Vital Information for Rice Cold IPA from New Realm Brewing Company & 21st Amendment Brewery

Release – Limited; November 19, 2019
Style – American India Pale Ale
ABV – 6.8%
IBUs – 31
Featured Hops – Cashmere, Idaho 7, Cascade & Galaxy
Fun Fact – The hops featured in Rice Cold IPA were incorporated with the use of “a ‘hop salad,’ a term coined by 21st Amendment Head Brewer, Chris Sartori, as the ‘Mitch Steele hopping technique,’ which translates to using several varieties of hops.”
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Georgia and the Hampton Roads area of Virginia