Due South Brewing Co. (Boynton Beach, Florida) has officially announced that it will recognize National IPA Day by pouring up five Limited Release, hop-centric brews on Thursday, August 2.
Scheduled each year for the first Thursday of August, National IPA Day is CraftBeer.com’s – a publication of the Brewers Association – attempt to get beer enthusiasts, breweries and bars from across the globe to raise a collective toast to one of craft beer’s best-selling and most iconic styles: the India Pale Ale.
With a lupulin-laced portfolio boasting beers like the best-selling Category 3 IPA, the multiple award-winning Category 5 IPA and experimental IPAs like Nun With A Chainsaw, it should come as no surprise that Due South Brewing Co. is incredibly amped to be a part of this year’s IPA Day festivities. They will be getting in on the action by tapping the following collection of unique India Pale Ales:
- Pineapple Category 5 IPA
- Triple Dry Hopped Category 5 IPA – featuring an enormous amount of the tropical-forward Citra hop
- Oaked Category 3 IPA on Nitro – aged on new American oak
- Mango Daily Downpour IPA – the brewery’s latest IPA with Azacca, Falconer’s Flight, and Idaho 7 hops, now with added mango
- Rosemary Category 3 IPA – featuring fresh locally grown rosemary
The beers above will be available on draft in Due South’s Boynton Beach taproom beginning at noon on Thursday, August 2. These offerings are designated as taproom exclusives and are not expected to see distribution. If you are in the area and free on August 2, be sure to swing by Due South Brewing Co. so that you can get your hands on these brews and raise a glass with your fellow hopheads to National IPA Day. Prost!