Typo Pils

Fortress of Lies

Never have I ever been asked “What is a Tropical double-brown ale,” but there’s a first time for everything, right? Chris created a malt-forward American brown ale, but bigger at 7.5%, near the size of a stout but without the darker coffee roast character and more of the lighter chocolate, nutty malt flavor. Residual sweetness is increased as well. On top of this we used an expressive yeast strain that gives us tropical fruit flavors of guava, pineapple & banana for an experience that’s difficult to compare to anything else.

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ABV: 7.5%

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Hop Profile: HBC 472

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