MADISON, Wisc. – Let us be blunt: Ale Asylum will release High Coup, their tropical IPA across Minnesota, on 4/20. With a remarkably unique flavor profile, this bold yet approachable beer will ease drinkers into Spring with fruit-forward notes and a contrasting bitterness. It’s the second time High Coup has been released, but a first for the Minnesota market.
“We blended several varieties of hops for a truly enlightened beer drinking experience,”says Dean Coffey, brewmaster and co-founder of Ale Asylum. “As we recover from the harsh winter, High Coup comes to the rescue to put our taste buds in a tropical trance. It’s juicy, sessionable, and just what any hophead could hope for. We’re stoked to introduce High Coup to Minnesota this month.”
Quick facts of the High Coup include:
Name: High Coup
Style: Tropical IPA
Tasting Notes: Dank and resinous and packed with flavor; aromas and flavors of tropical fruits and splash of juicy bitterness
Hops: Citra, Ekuanot, Southern Cross
Malt: Pale, Dextrin
Packaging: WI, IL & MN: draft and cans
Available: 4/20 – 6/30
To toast to the occasion, the brewery is inviting the public to ‘seize the dank’ with $4 pours of High Coup offered across 20 joints around the Twin Cities at a series of public parties. Venues include The Happy Gnome, Muddy Waters, Dark Horse, and Hopcat among others. Follow them on social media for details on timing and locations. High Coup will be available in liquor stores, along with select bars and restaurants. Please visit Asylum Seeker to find specific locations.
About Ale Asylum
Founded 2006, Ale Asylum is the third largest craft brewer in Wisconsin that brews in the spirit of the German Purity Law, Reinheitsgebot. This means all beer is unfiltered and all natural, never using additives or preservatives. The brewery uses the same four ingredients in all of its beer recipes: water, malt, hops, and yeast. Their 45k square foot brewery in Madison, WI includes a 33-barrel brewhouse that is in operation seven days a week. Ale Asylum is currently distributed in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota. In addition, they were the first brewery in Wisconsin to sign the Brewery Climate Declaration Act, as part of their ongoing effort to increase their sustainability practices. For additional information, please visit: aleasylum.com