2010 IPA

ABV: 6.5%IBU: 60SERVING TEMP: 3-5
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast
STYLE: West Coast IPA
GLASSWARE: GLB Revival

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This unfiltered IPA takes us back to the days of 2010, when GLB was cranking out small batch west coast style ales on a weekly basis. It looks like our IPAs from 2010 - unfiltered, clear and golden in colour. The aroma on this one features the sweet notes of candied orange peel, grapefruit and fresh pine. The medium to full bodied IPA produces flavours of lemon pith, orange marmalade and sticky pine resin from a very generous hop bill, while the malt backbone produces traces of honey. Finishes very dry, very bitter (60 IBU), just like those 6.5% IPAs of yesteryears

Curried duck roti, samosas, sharp cheddar, buffalo cauliflower bites

On a particularly hot and humid day in the unforgettably steamy summer of 2020 our brewers were faced with a dilemma. Smack in the midst of the pandemic, and in the crosshairs of the haze craze, local malt suppliers had run out of flaked oats. Well, with flaked oats being key to producing the hazy glow of the New England style IPA, it was suggested we go back in time. We went way back. All the way back, in fact, to 2010 when IPAs were bitter, clear-ish and utilized trendy new hops like Simcoe and Columbus. So, we present this IPA to you. A relic from the distant past. A throwback. A beer that reminds one of simpler times. A timely look in the rear-view mirror. An ancient “ghost” as it were. Chilling.

This unfiltered IPA takes us back to the days of 2010, when GLB was cranking out small batch west coast style ales on a weekly basis. It looks like our IPAs from 2010 - unfiltered, clear and golden in colour. The aroma on this one features the sweet notes of candied orange peel, grapefruit and fresh pine. The medium to full bodied IPA produces flavours of lemon pith, orange marmalade and sticky pine resin from a very generous hop bill, while the malt backbone produces traces of honey. Finishes very dry, very bitter (60 IBU), just like those 6.5% IPAs of yesteryears

Curried duck roti, samosas, sharp cheddar, buffalo cauliflower bites

On a particularly hot and humid day in the unforgettably steamy summer of 2020 our brewers were faced with a dilemma. Smack in the midst of the pandemic, and in the crosshairs of the haze craze, local malt suppliers had run out of flaked oats. Well, with flaked oats being key to producing the hazy glow of the New England style IPA, it was suggested we go back in time. We went way back. All the way back, in fact, to 2010 when IPAs were bitter, clear-ish and utilized trendy new hops like Simcoe and Columbus. So, we present this IPA to you. A relic from the distant past. A throwback. A beer that reminds one of simpler times. A timely look in the rear-view mirror. An ancient “ghost” as it were. Chilling.

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