Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Lost Coast Brewery from California

Lost Coast Great White...$8.49 / 6 pack
ABV 4.80%
Great White is the beer that started it all – it’s the original gangsta. And it remains one of our very favorites to this day. Crisp and refreshing, it’s everything you could ever want from a Belgian-style white. It’s full-bodied, unfiltered, and goes down oh-so smooth. The hint of citrus and coriander sets it apart from other Belgian whites.

Lost Coast Sharkinator White IPA...$8.49 / 6 pack
ABV 4.80%
Think Great White, only bigger and much, much bolder. We’re talking next level sharkage. Sink your teeth into the dry hopped Cascade, Crystal, and Citra hops that get a wonderful citrus aroma and a nice hoppy finish. It’s the perfect beer for anyone who’s not afraid of a little (or big) bite.

Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat...$8.49 / 6 pack
ABV 5.50%
Let’s just put it this way: If you’re ever going to have an impromptu pool party at a complete stranger’s house, this is the beer you’ll want to be swigging when you get caught. Brewed with the perfect balance of wheat and crystal malts, our Tangerine Wheat delivers a perfectly crisp finish for those hot summer days. It’s got that classic Lost Coast wheat flavor, with a kick of citrus to help jump-start the party.

Lost Coast Watermelon Wheat...$8.49 / 6 pack
ABV 5.00%
A refreshing watermelon ale that combines our Harvest Wheat with natural watermelon essence for exemplary aromatics while maintaining a light, crisp and refreshing flavors. Brewed with a combination of wheat and crystal malts; unfiltered.
Original Gravity: 1.050

Lost Coast Fogcutter Double IPA...$9.99 / 6 pack
ABV 8.70%
Buckle up, buckaroo – you’re about to go on a wild, hoppy ride. The Fogcutter is our first true double IPA, and it’s quite the work of art. Yeah, it’s bitter, but it’s supposed to be. And the variety of malt flavors and aroma help balance it all out, as any good DIPA deserves. The bright, citrusy nose is born from the extra dry-hop from Cascade, Centennial, Crystal, Chinook, and Citra hops.

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