Collaborations are fun, especially when it’s a collaboration between two breweries that you know and love. In this case our friends at Abridged Beer Company and Alliance Brewing Company sat down together to make a New England Style IPA. As each brewery’s acronym is ABC, the Pythagorean Theorem came into the discussion (A2+B2=C2) and from there, the group questioned whether they could make a beer using two hops that start with A, two that start with B and two that start with C. Between the two breweries, Amarillo, Azacca, Belma, Bravo, Chinook and Citra fit the bill and brew they did, the Pythagorean Bheorem was born! Let’s check it out.
This beer pours with a wonderfully full, airy, white head. It is noticeably cloudy with a gold-orange hue. On the nose there are several aromas competing for dominance – citrus, stonefruit, melon, pineapple a touch of pine and dare I say a touch of coconut? As we move to the palate, the sweet fruit flavors win out with a phenomenal display of the aromat
Source: Knox Beer Snobs
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