Limited Release

Sucks

A JOYOUSLY DRY-HOPPED IPA OF THE TIMES

We originally released this beer as a short-term substitute for when we didn’t have brewing capacity to offer another seasonal favorite. But 2020 hit different … it feels like the right time for Sucks (for a limited time, that is). So, if you’re experiencing symptoms of severe, year-end WTF-ed-ness, allow us to recommend this simple palate cleanser on a journey to a wiser 2021. Hop-forward and bright, with forward-looking hope that next year will be brighter than the last. Placebo? It’s worth a shot. Life is uncertain, don’t sip.

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Beer Specs

Sucks

This beer is a 'cereal medley' of barley, rye, wheat, and oats. Full of complexishness from the 4 grains, then joyously dry-hopped for that big aroma and resinous flavor.

ABV 8.0
O.G. 1.085
IBU 63.21

Availability

12 oz
12 oz 6 Packs
On Tap
On Tap

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