Fat Cat Beer Company Releases Confession IPA

SAN DIEGO — “Confession™ IPA is brewed using American IPA brewing practices. We feature a combination of hops that give the beer a distinctive but not overpowering hop character.

The beer is dry hopped during aging with Cascade hops, providing a citrus presence and earthy aroma. When combined with its malt blend, the hop character is balanced by a slight sweetness with full body flavor in the mouth, said Ray Klimovitz, The Fat Cat Beer Company’s brew master. “The beer features remarkable clarity, a refreshing taste and an exceptionally smooth finish.”

Confession™ IPA contains 6.0 percent ABV and uses a combination of 2 Row Base Malt, Caramel Malt and Carapils Malt in addition to Cascade, Centennial and Columbus hops.

“We have an outstanding line up of sessionable craft beers and we are overwhelmed by the thousands of beer drinkers who have commented on how much they enjoy drinking our beers but we are always asked if we have an IPA. Well, now we do! We are extremely proud of what Ray has accomplished with our Confession™ IPA,” said Bruce Taub, President of The Fat Cat Beer Company. “We have captured the best of what the IPA style of beer offers to the discriminating craft beer drinker while adhering to our core value to offer full flavored, sessionable craft beer to our customers. And the 16 oz can package is our best yet. Be sure to check out the food pairings we added at the bottom of the can.”

In addition to Confession™ IPA, The Fat Cat Beer Company offers four other distinctly different, session craft beers in a can, including its Fat Cat™ Lager, Sultans of Wheat™, Shawshank’s Injunction™ Pale Ale and Beale St™ Brown Ale.

About The Fat Cat Beer Company

The Fat Cat Beer Company, LLC is known for providing iconically packaged, handcrafted session beers that are complex in nature, but smooth in taste. Fat Cat beers are brewed under its proprietary statements of process and tested for quality assurance. Its Vienna Lager was the first craft beer in a can when it debuted in 1994. The beers are currently available in five states, including Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Virginia and California.