The Boogie Down Set
Brewery: The Bronx Brewery, Bronx, NY
Beer Style: Pale Ale, Belgian Pale Ale, Session IPA, Rye Ale
ABV: 5.3%, 6.7%, 5%, 6.3%
I haven’t gotten to try any of these yet, but I had to post about this because look at that branding. Absolutely awesome. I’m excited to try all of these out, and when I do I’ll make sure to tell all of you about it.
American Pale Ale
English caramel & biscuit malts balanced with West Coast citrus hops
Our flagship: a bold American pale ale with an English backbone. Think driving a ’64 Mustang over London Bridge. This is the beer we drink when hanging out after a hard day at the brewery.
Belgian Pale Ale
Two strains of Trappist yeast, one Belgian ale yeast, and Belgian candi sugar highlight this remarkably intricate, fruity, spicy, and earthy straw-colored Belgian Pale Ale. Belgian Pilsner and Biscuit malts from Beloeil and German Vienna malts from Bamberg provide a clean backdrop for the spicy and lightly herbal Sterling hops. A votre santé from the Bronx.
Easy drinking, loads of tropical hop flavor and a subtle tart finish.
We brew this session IPA with two of our favorite hops (think mango, guava and passion fruit) and add red wheat malt to give it a crisp, tart finish. This is the beer we choose for Sunday Funday.
Rye Pale Ale
Maybe not the easiest pale ale to brew, but we think it’s worth the effort. The intense rye spice and woody Pacific Northwest hops are a perfect companion for those nights under the stars with friends, music and a fire pit.