The Hustle is Weird – West Coast IPA – AVL SUPER COLLAB
The Hustle is Weird
West Coast IPA – 6.5%
4PK – 16oz Cans
“The Hustle is Weird” is our effort in making an excuse to gather as many local breweries in one spot as we could (and yes, we bribed them with Hole Doughnuts and free pizza). Thanks to the camaraderie we’ve seen in this small lil’ Beer Town USA, we’ve been able to forge many a wild and weird memory here, and we consider ourselves very lucky to be able to continue doing so for a long time to come. So in the effort of staying weird, we wanted to help y’all celebrate AVL Beer Week by highlighting some of our buds in town and a killer local charity while we’re at it.
We know you’ll be hustlin’ all week for AVL Beer Week, so come unwind with us and dive headfirst into a West Coast IPA extravaganza crafted in collaboration with not one, not two, but a whopping 19 other badass local breweries. Talk about a team effort!
Mashed with Riverbend 2-Row and Munich, and Proximity Malt Wheat and Dextrin Malt. Hit HARD on the hot side with Columbus and Michigan Centennial, fermented low and slow and spunded for dat natural carb. Dry hopped only once, but rather aggressively with Idaho 7, Loral, Cascade, and a fat dab of Columbus Cryo.
Notes of tiny lil’ miscellaneous Berry hard candies, a bag of skittles, sticky coniferous trees mixed up with a nice Orange Marmalade, the dankness in a parking lot before a String Cheese Incident concert, and that first righteous pint of Race 5 you had from way back when.
AND THERE’S MORE! With the spirit of teamwork and community in mind, we looked to Oscar Wong, founder of Highland Brewing, for a charity to donate to for this wondrous West Coast IPA: The Arc of Buncombe County. In their own words, “The Arc of Buncombe County exists to empower children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their highest potential through advocacy, education, programs and family support.” HELL YES TO THAT! For the duration of its lifespan on tap, we will donate $1/pint to The Arc of Buncombe County. So come and raise a few pints for Oscar and The Arc this weekend!