Overly Friendly IPA
We’ve been told before that “people in Charleston are so damn friendly.”
Sure, we smile, wave, say “Hey y’all” and all that other cute stuff. But our friendliness can be overwhelming to folks that aren’t used to it. Same goes for this IPA, whose name came from our intern, Brynn. A double dose of Centennial, Warrior, Chinook and cascade in the boil and the dry-hop impart massive citrus notes to the beer, backed up by pale and wheat malts.
When we add cilantro, jalapeno, and pineapple to this, it becomes Muy Amigo IPA.
For Brewvival 2015, we took Muy Amigo and aged it in tequila barrels for 4 months. Tequila did what tequila does, and Muy Amigo suddenly became Mucho Muy Amigo.