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Full-Tang IPA is Ripe for Picking

If you love IPAs, here’s one you should definitely try.

Presented by Revolver Brewing September 11, 2018

The India Pale Ale has quickly become the most popular beer style in America, with new sub-styles and variations popping up every day. In Houston alone, there are over 200 IPAs to choose from. Trying them all could be a new favorite hobby, but if you’re looking to shorten that list, make sure Full-tang IPA is on it.

Full-Tang IPA is a Tangerine IPA from Revolver Brewing in the small town of Granbury, Texas. It’s built on a solid malt foundation of 2-row pale malt and some caramel malt for a touch of sweetness. It features four hops — Saphir, Mandarina, Apollo and Citra — each with a pronounced citrus character. The addition of tangerine peel accentuates the citrus flavor and aroma of the hops without overshadowing it.

The result is a well-balanced IPA with a nuanced fruit character and classic IPA finish. It’s easy to find examples of other beers that employ a heavy-handed approach to their fruit addition. Often, this fruitiness can overwhelm the beer, giving you a pint that’s hard to finish. Full-Tang IPA is drinkable from the first pint to the last, and its subtle tangerine character showcases the kind of restraint that comes from their Master Brewer’s 30+ years of experience.

Full-Tang IPA was first brewed as a seasonal release back in 2016, but due to popular demand, it made the jump to full-time production this year with Revolver Brewing’s move to cans. It’s a great pick and could easily be your new go-to IPA.

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