Building off their first version, Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis introduces Shapes and Sizes V2 New England-style IPA.

Building off their first version, Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis introduces Shapes and Sizes V2 New England-style IPA.

Able Seedhouse + Brewery Releases Latest in Hazy IPA Series

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Building off the first version, Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis introduces Shapes and Sizes V2. Head Brewer Bobby Blasey says he’s tweaked the malt bill slightly to better pair with the new hop blend in V2.

“It’s still clean, slightly malty and delicious, but has just a tad more white wheat to better compliment the hops,” says Blasey. “I used Simcoe, Loral, and Palisade hops in this version which gives the beer flavors of citrus, apricot, dark fruits, passionfruit, pine, and nice floral and dank notes.”

The Shapes and Sizes IPA series is designed to introduce new formulas, subtleties and intentional profiles for the growing base of New England IPA hazy beer fans.

Shapes and Sizes V2 is a hazy style IPA featuring a tropical, bubblegum and citrus-y flavor with a 5.8% ABV and 10 IBUs. You can try it in the taproom starting Friday, November 29th and find it in local restaurants and retailers beginning December 2nd.

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