A 5 % ABV Pale Ale hopped with experimental new hop from John Haas and Brulotte Framing in Yakima Valley, it is high in Myrcene oil content that makes up over 50% of the total oil and contributes aromas of pineapple and stone fruit that is backed by soft spice and Australian Vic Secret hops. This pale ale replaces the Green is Lord, which should not mean that the Green is Lord will no longer exist. The velvet palate captivates with an incredible pineapple aroma. An absolute must for lovers of this tropical fruit!
FrauGruber Velvet Horizon
American Pale Ale (APA)
American Pale Ale style beers started to show up in the mid 1970s with the rise of American developed hops. The use of cleaner yeasts also helped with the development of the genre. Typical APAs have around 5% ABV.learn more
Augsburg, Bayern, Germany. Micro Brewery. Founded in 2016 A partnership between two friends who love both American-inspired beers and traditional German beers. FrauGruber blends the two with a focus on yeast experimentation.learn more
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