Angel City Brewery Releases Zero Flocs Given New England-Style IPA

Los Angeles, CA — With an average of 284 sunny days a year, Los Angeles doesn’t seem to care what time of year it is, and neither does Angel City Brewery’s newest beer, Zero Flocs Given. With so much sunshine, it’s only natural for Angelenos to crave a little New England inspired cloud cover. Brewed with a healthy heaping of hops and notes of orange blossom, tropical fruit and pine, Zero Flocs Given is a hazy beer that simply doesn’t give a floc about seasonal blends. Perfect to savor at any time of year, Zero Flocs Given will be released with a limited batch of 16 oz. cans Friday, October 20th, available exclusively at Angel City Brewery. The beer will also be on draft at the Brewery’s Public House while supplies last.

A New-England Style IPA with 7.3% ABV and 50 IBU, Zero Flocs Given catches the eye with a cloudy golden orange appearance and awakens the senses with aromas of ripe tropical fruit, citrus, pine and resin. A slightly stinging bitterness balanced by juicy malt sweetness makes this beer a favorite, regardless of what the calendar says.

To celebrate the beer’s debut, ale lovers are invited to the Zero Flocs Given Can Release party on Friday, October 20th 4 to 6 pm, where the first 50 in line will receive a free Zero Flocs limited edition art poster and sticker. 4-packs will be available for sale for at-home libating.

“Zero Flocs Given is a nod to something that occurs during fermentation called flocculation. Low flocculating yeast strains don’t clump together, giving way to a cloudy, hazy beer style which is common among New England IPAs.” said Layton Cutler, Head Brewer at Angel City Brewery. “With a robust flavor profile of tropical fruit and a juicy sweetness, Zero Flocs Given is easy to enjoy whatever the weather may be.”

Angel City Brewery brews beer for the greater LA area and beyond at their Downtown based brewery in the heart of the Arts District. The brewery’s Public House features a 19-tap bar that serves an ever-changing roster of classic and newly inspired beer, and is open seven days a week with a full calendar of events ranging from trivia nights to art shows, live music and festivals. The Public House is open Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm – 1:00am, Friday 4:00pm – 2:00am, Saturday 12:00pm – 2:00am and Sunday 12:00pm – 1:00am.

About Angel City Brewery

LA is often viewed through a lens of Hollywood, glitz and glamour, but at Angel City we see things differently. Our mission is simple: to shine a light on the eclectic underbelly of what has been referred to as the other LA. Our home in the Downtown Arts District is the center of a cultural revival for the city’s most talented artists, musicians, hustlers, and craftspeople. It’s an LA that’s as creative as it is diverse, and our beer is no exception. Through our beers and hand-chosen partnerships we seek to bring the allure of the Arts District experience to greater LA and beyond. Find Angel City on draft or in 6-packs at bars, restaurants and retail locations throughout California. Visit the Brewery and Public House downtown for a brewery tour, tasting or weekly event, located at 216 Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Angel City Brewery is an A&S Brewing Collaborative brand, a subsidiary of the Boston Beer Company. Angel City Brewery is online at, on Facebook and on Twitter.

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