Bhramari Brewing Company Releasing Lorelai IPA in 12 oz. Cans

Bhramari Brewing Company Releasing Lorelai IPA in 12oz. Cans

Asheville, NC — Bhramari Brewing Company will can their second offering at the beginning of March.

Bhramari’s first offering in cans, Good Fight Sour Pale Ale, was released at the end of 2016.  They are excited to offer their flagship IPA, Lorelai, to the market March 8, 2017.

“On the Rhine River, atop a steep rock, there once lived a dangerously beautiful nymph named Lorelai.  Bitter, she sought to lure passing sailors to their watery doom, using her dulcet song to take her revenge.

Like the Lorelai of legend, this American IPA is dangerously seductive with just the right amount of bitterness, a graceful body singing juicy seductive tropical notes of Citra, Mandarina Bavaria, and Huell Melon hops.  Beware.  One sip and you’re hers…”

Lorelai IPA is currently available on draft in Bhramari’s taproom at 101 S. Lexington Ave. in Asheville and at NC bottle shops and taprooms.  Cans will have the same distribution.  For a list of outlets, please visit http://www.bhramaribrewhouse.com/news

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