SEATTLE — Elysian Brewing Company announces the year round availability of Dayglow IPA in 22 oz bottles, on draft and new 12 oz six-packs in select US markets.
First brewed as part of Elysian’s Manic IPA series, which includes Hubris Huge IPA and Breakbeat IPA, Dayglow IPA (7.4% ABV) is packed with the insistent beat of hops featuring juicy pineapple and tropical fruit flavors and aromas. It drips with tropical, sunshiny Mosaic hops and twinkles with hints of El Dorado and Centennial hops. A touch of wheat hazes the malt bill a bit around the edges, and the IBUs are set in the mid-sixties.
“Dayglow made its Manic IPA series debut last year in 22 oz bottles for a limited time, and due to popular demand, returns year round in 12 oz six-packs,” said Head Brewer Josh Waldman. “When the growers first brought us Mosaic hops, we knew we could make a distinct and sharp IPA with them. Fruit forward, with an intense hop pungency from a mix of Mosaic, El Dorado, and Centennial hops layered over pale, dextrapils, and wheat malts, Dayglow focuses on heavy plum, peach, and berry aromas amid that hint of wheat.”
Dayglow IPA will be available year round beginning September 1st in select US markets and on draft at select restaurants and bars. Seattleites can also find Dayglow IPA at Elysian’s locations, Capitol Hill Public House, Tangletown, Elysian Fields, and Elysian Bar.
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ABOUT ELYSIAN BREWING
Three-time Large Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival, Elysian Brewing Company operates four neighborhood restaurants and a production brewery in Seattle, Washington. Known both for classic styles and for flexibility and innovation, Elysian has brewed over 350 different recipes since opening in 1996. While Elysian’s brewers use a variety of unusual ingredients, they are seasonally notorious for their pumpkin beers. Each year Elysian hosts the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where dozens of different pumpkin beers are poured, some of them from giant pumpkins.