JOINT SESSION W/ SHORT'S

Passion Grass

A West by Midwest Ale Brewed with Lemongrass and Passion Fruit

This ale was brewed, bottled, and released together in Joint Session with the Lagunitas Brewing Company, Petaluma, Calif. & Chicago, ILL. and Short's Brewing​ Bellaire, MI. Why? Well, a wise woman once said, “Friends are the family you choose” …It’s good to have friends.

Beer Specs

Passion Grass

We had a Joint Session with our friends at Short’s Brewing in Bellaire, Mich. to create this smooth and drinkable 4.6% ABV West by Midwest Ale. With some passion fruit juice added for that pleasant summery-ness and rounded off with a special zing of lemongrass, it’s best imbibed with your ‘buds … it’s good to have friends.

ABV 4.6
O.G. 1.045
IBU 54.20

Availability

12 oz
12 oz 6 packs
On Tap
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