PROVIDENCE, R.I. – New England’s Narragansett Beer continues to celebrate the summer season with the introduction of its all-new Town Beach Imperial IPA, the fifth installment of the Narragansett Private Stock series of 22-ounce limited edition craft offerings.
With a base of pale malt and German Pilsner, ‘Gansett’s Town Beach Imperial IPA is a citrusy brew, accentuated by blonde malt and bittered with Nugget and Chinook hops. With Northern Brewer and Hallertau hops, this beer’s German and American ingredients are a nod to the six German-Americans who founded Narragansett in 1890. The evenly-balanced IPA has notes of citrus flavors rounded out with light carbonation for a flavorful yet supremely drinkable Imperial IPA at 8.1 percent Alcohol By Volume.
Brewed by award-winning Brewmaster Sean Larkin at Buzzard’s Bay Brewing Co. in Westport, Mass., the beer features a label reminiscent of early 20th century packaging in homage to Narragansett’s 124-year history.
Since debuting the series of 22-ounce limited edition Imperial beers in December 2012, Narragansett’s Private Stock series selections have included the Imperial Russian Stout, Imperial Black Steam, Imperial IPA, and Imperial Bohemian Pilsner.
Narragansett Town Beach Imperial IPA, priced at $5.99, is available in 22-ounce bomber bottles throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. For further information about the Narragansett Town Beach Imperial IPA or to find a retailer near you, visit: www.narragansettbeer.com.
ABOUT NARRAGANSETT BEER:
Narragansett Beer…Brewed since 1890. ‘Gansett is a straightforward, quality beer that has been a New England tradition for generations, producing a classic family of award-winning American lagers and ales. Today, ‘Gansett is produced at top-rated breweries in Providence, R.I., Rochester, N.Y., and Westport, Mass. and is one of America’s top 50 regional brewers and the fastest-growing in the Northeast. Narragansett is available for purchase in local restaurants, bars, and liquor stores throughout New England, New York, New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, North Carolina, Florida, Wisconsin and Nashville, Tenn.