Jai Alai, a game native to the Basque region of Spain, is played on a court called a fronton. Jai Alai players attempt to catch a ball using a curved mitt whilst the ball travels at speeds up to 188mph! Proving they have a sense of humor the Spanish dubbed this game, with its ball traveling at racecar speeds, “the merry game.” Tampa was once home to a bustling Jai Alai fronton but sadly all that remains of Jai Alai in the Tampa Bay area is this India Pale Ale that we brew in tribute to the merry game. The India Pale Ale style of beer has its roots in the ales sent from England to thirsty British troops in India during the 18th century. Pair Jai Alai India Pale Ale with beef empanadas, deviled crabs and other spicy dishes.
Pours hazy orange yellow with moderate quickly dissipating head from bottle into glass. Fruit and some pine on the nose and similar profile on the taste. Pine is a touch sharper on the tongue than the nose. Feels soft and refreshing and not at all dry. Very good.
Massively hoppy West Coast-style pale ale, we use Chinook, Cascade, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops to really put our mark on the beer. An initial nose of dankness with some subtle pine, Summer Pale Ale starts with a bite from the hops and finishes with a refreshing tangerine bitterness. Our Summer Pale Ale is the perfect accompaniment to any summer night!
An Imperial Wheat Ale brewed with blood orange juice, tangerine and grapefruit peels. 3 Citrus Peel Out is the newest in the company’s seasonal Imperial Series. It features an 8.5% ABV, a grain bill consisting of 35% wheat, CTZ & Mosaic hops and a walloping amount of citrus. Over four and a half pounds of tangerine & grapefruit peel per barrel accompany tropical flavors from Mosaic hops and an added boost of blood orange juice during fermentation. This refreshing brew sits around 30 IBU and its nice citrus pith complements the bitterness. Residual sweetness helps accentuate the fruity character and masks the 8.5% ABV well.
Southern Tier founder, Phin DeMink notes; “We encourage craft beer connoisseurs and folks new to craft to enjoy it straight up or served on the rocks with soda & wedge of fresh fruit. We’ve loved it with simple syrup & a shot of our favorite spirit. No matter how you serve it, 3 Citrus Peel Out is the summer refresher you’re looking for.”
Hop Sun is now Lemon Drop Sun. In this newly reformulated brew, we Showcase the bright citrus notes of lemon by adding peels in the brewhouse and puree and lemon oil in fermentation. This helps to strengthen our classic Hop Sun recipe by adding to the fruit loop character of Centennial hops. Make Lemon Drop Sun part of your summer survival kit, and no amount of heat or humidity will get you down. This summer thirst quencher is not your average wheat ale. Lemon Drop Sun is a refreshing kick to a hot summer day.
Lemon Drop Sun is mild enough to be a refreshing summer offering, but has just enough hop bitterness and lemon tartness to keep your taste buds tingling for another sip. Wheat, barley, hops & lemons coalesce in this supurb ale, a telltail symbol of fun in the sun. Summer never tasted so good.
Canned beer has made a serious return in the craft brewing world. Prior to this resurgence, the only beer found in cans were industrial lagers. So as a nod in both directions we present an elegantly crisp and hoppy new world lager. The light and refreshing pilsner malt body delivers an abundance of floral, spice, and grass driven hop flavors and aroma. Perfect for those luxurious cruises through the Caribbean.
Label Design Notes: The luxurious and refined mood of yachting is alluded to by the muted tones of traditional nautical colors. The stripe pattern elongates the perception of the can’s size, so that it appears longer, thinner and grander. The Recorda typeface is modern and geometric, recalling the shape of a sailboat.
Light & refreshing, brewed with citrus hops & dried lemon peel.
This seasonal pale ale was inspired by our brewer Damian’s years living in Germany drinking Radlers. Perfect for those summer days here in the city – beachside, poolside or inside.
Especially dank, bitter, grassy and pungent. Possibly inspired by running through a hop field with one’s mouth open. There’s a pervasive bitterness that guarantees you won’t forget this is an IPA (or “Neo-Tropic” IPA, as the can suggests). But there are also generous levels of fresh citrus—everything from pulp to rind, lemon to pomelo—and crystal-clear execution.
Ed: Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker is actually a collaboration beer between Evil Twin and 7venth Sun. Description: Despite his bitterness, lack of power and insuperable aversion to any kind of extravagant labor – he kind of has a charming charisma, and perhaps he is even lovable. Somehow we find him unbelievable irresistible and stimulating because he is one of the few that masters the ability to effortlessly impress with his sharp intelligence and make it look so damn easy.
An American Double India Pale Ale that packs a punch when it comes to hops. The aroma and flavors will give you citrus and pine with a slight malt sweetness that finishes dry.
Explore the extremes of hops, and experience all of their bitterness, flavor and aroma with this Double I.P.A. An extreme, super-assertive and satisfying amount of American hop character is balanced with a toasty, caramelized, intense malt presence. IBU=168
Straw yellow pour, nose is ginger and wet grass. Taste is overpowering ginger, light lemon and grasses. Light mouth feel. A refreshing beach beer not much more -Webboy
Session IPA brewed with four grains and four hops. Dry hopped for a citrus and floral nose. ABV 4.4 IBU 38 SRM 13
The other lager. A malt forward lager comprised of Pilsner, Vienna, and Munich malts. The bready backbone of this beer is nicely balanced with german styles hops. A rich amber-brown pour and the subtle complexities of this beer make it a perfect variety for any occasion.