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Can-O-Bliss Citrus IPA (7.2% ABV) is brewed with an international blend of hops including Motueka, Amarillo, Mandarina Bavaria, Citra, Azacca and Experimental Hop 06277. The juicy lineup expresses not only typical notes like grapefruit and orange, but an exotic array of subtler citrus fruits like kaffir lime, bergamot, tangerine and yuzu.
A note on IBUs from the nerds in the lab
Bitterness quantification is a vital part of the QC program at Oskar Blues, but the traditional IBU metric tells an incomplete tale. The IBU test measures the total amount of multiple chemical compounds that cause a beer to taste bitter. However, it cannot differentiate between those compounds, which occur in varying amounts and are all perceived with varying levels of bitterness intensity and duration. Increased dry hopping levels, in particular, cause dramatic shifts in perceived bitterness without changing the IBU result by much, if any. For example, Dale’s Pale Ale and the Can-O-Bliss IPA series have nearly the same IBU measurement, but Can-O-Bliss uses nearly three times the amount of hops and presents a much lower perceived bitterness.
BA21 Vol. 7
MPERIAL SWEET STOUT AGED IN WHISKEY BARRELS WITH GRAHAM CRACKERS, CHOCOLATE AND CHERRY
Coming In October
Slow Chill Dunkel
Pilsner and Munich malts create rich aromatics of honey and brown sugar. Fresh baked wheat-bready goodness washes over the palate with notes of toffee, pie crust and biscuit.