IPA number 5

By: Ground Breaker Brewing

Product Description: Ground Breaker Brewing - IPA number 5 - 22 oz Bottle

  • Size: 22 oz Bottle
  • Type: Gluten-Free IPA
  • Alcohol Content: 5.60% ABV

6 bottle minimum

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What's on the bottle...

Made with Sorghum, Organic Lentils, Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin, Chestnuts, Cane Sugar, Belgian-Style Candi Syrup, and Hops.

More from the brewer

IPA No. 5 is brewed with roasted chestnuts, roasted lentils, and Belgian-style candi sugar. Crystal and Santiam hops are used during the boil and for dry-hopping. Crystal hops bring the classic Northwest IPA pine and citrus notes while Santiam adds hints of tropical and stone fruits. Certified Gluten-Free 60 IBU

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