News: The Boogie Down Set by Bronx Brewery

Boogie Down Set

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%

Beer God's Notes

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.

Description1Boogie Down Set Beers

American Pale Ale

ABV: 6.3%
IBU: 50
OG: 1.061
Grain Bill:  
Muntons Maris Otter, Weyermann Caramunich I, Baird Crystal 70/80, Briess Vienna, Briess Victory, Briess Aromatic
Hop Bill:
Centennial, Cascade
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

ABV:  6.7%
IBU: 36
OG: 1.061
Grain Bill: 
Castle Pilsner, Castle Biscuit, Weyermann Vienna
Hop Bill: 
US Sterling

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.

Session IPA

ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 59
OG: 1.048
Grain Bill: 
Weyermann Vienna, Briess Red Wheat Malt
Hop Bill: 
Caliente, Palisade

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

ABV: 6.3%
IBU: 58
OG: 1.058
Grain Bill: 
Muntons Maris Otter/Tipple, Weyermann Caramunich I, Briess Malted Rye, Briess Flaked Rye
Hop Bill: 
Chinook, Crystal
A crisp, golden-orange pale ale with bold rye & piney hops

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.

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