A Crisp Session Beer Worthy of its Name
98 Cals. 3 Carbs. Light in the things that weigh you down, yet crisp & hop-forward. So it’s more than just the 4% Alc. by Vol. that keeps DayTime sessionable, it’s the flavor. Perfect for when there’s still work to do, or work to avoid.
Less Carbs than a banana and easier to peel
Where most beer styles are defined by flavor, Sessions are about the combo of drinkability & low-alcohol content (ABV). At only 98 Cals, 3 Carbs & 4% ABV, DayTime IPA represents everything we know about making hop-forward beer, expressed in a sotto voice. A sessionable session beer that doesnt skimp on flavor.
DayTime IPA is a gentle canvas of malts and fluff-ifying oats splashed with a cannonball of hops—lots of Centennial and Citra hops. Like lupulin sunrays shining down on puffy little malt clouds!
Beer math on ABV is pretty straightforward. The higher the ABV, the more alcohol in the beer. See, no rocket science necessary.300
Generally speaking, a high IBU beer will have a more bitter taste than a lower IBU beer.
The OG measures solids in the wort before fermentation to consistently arrive at the same alcohol conetent of a beer. Pretty neat, huh?
Serving Size 12 fl. oz. (355ml)
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 98
- %Daily Values*
- 0% Saturated Fat 0g
- Trans Fat 0g
- 1% Sodium 8g
- 0% Dietary Fiber 0g
- Sugar 2g
- 2% Protein 1g
DayTime is inspired by the native scents and aromas of the Northern California coast. It’s like a coastal picnic in a eucalyptus grove everytime you pop open a can!
DayTime touches on more of the deeply tropical flavors instead of the bright ones, like passionfruit and over-ripe melon.
The background citrus notes (orange and grapefruit) help meld the eucalyptus and tropical flavors together for a smooth sip
Maximus is our Colossal take on a Double IPA. 9% ABV. Full of Simcoe, Cascade & Centennial hops balanced against tons of rich malted barley—a bed of smooth malted wheat, biscuity Munich malt, and English Crystal. Maximus’ massive dry-hop bill entertains with spice, floral and berry notes … For the hop heads!