PA Pride 4.0 Collaboration Brew
In a continued effort to link the Pennsylvania craft beer community with local agriculture, breweries throughout the Commonwealth are excited to announce the newest installment in the ongoing PA Pride series. The previous releases included:
The original “PA Pride” Hazy Pale Ale. Released in November 2020, the inaugural PA Pride brew was named after the love and pride we all share for the Keystone State. Showcasing 2-row barley and organic spelt grown right here in the Commonwealth, it was released statewide and inspired a following.
“PA Pride 2.0” Pilsner. Released in February 2021 and inspired by Bohemian-style Pilsner, the second iteration was brewed with Pennsylvania grown and traditionally floor germinated 2-row barley and hard red wheat. A hops profile defined soley by noble Saaz resulted in a clean, crisp lager.
In May 2021 we brought you “PA Pride 3.0″ Kölsch. Borrowing methods from both top-fermented ales and cold-fermented lagers, this Kölsch-style ale featured Pilsner Malt made from Violetta barley plus Pale Spelt Malt, both cultivated in PA. Light and highly quaffable, it was a perfect fit for those balmy spring days.
Now we look forward to our autumn release of “PA Pride 4.0” India Pale Ale. This session “hazy” IPA will feature Keystone Pale Ale barley malt, Rolled Oats, & Pale Rye Malt from all Pennsylvania grains. Whirlpool and double dry hopped with El Dorado & Mosaic, this hazy style IPA will lean more tropical than its predecessors, a dose of brightness in season of uncertainty.
You can find the brew through our online store, at our Deer Creek Malthouse Farmers Market table, along with at participating breweries’ locations. Check with breweries for availability:
Gearhouse Brewing, Hemauer Brewing, Artifact Brewing, Birthright Brewing, Bonn Place Brewing, Bucks County Brewing, Cartesian Brewing, Chatty Monks Brewing, Geronimo Brewing, Hop Hill Beer, Locust Lane Craft Brewery, Moss Mill Brewing, Newtown Brewing, Punchbuggy Brewing, Twelves Restaurant, Bloom Brewing, East End Brewing, Mondays Beer, Recon Brewing, Five Mountain Brewing Co., Co-Hops Brewery and Canning, Susquehanna Beer Co.