Chatham Brewing Releases Nor’Eastah IPA in Cans

CHATHAM, N.Y. — Chatham Brewing, Columbia County’s first and finest brewery in New York’s upper Hudson Valley, released a canned version of its popular Nor’Eastah IPA. Only 100 cases were produced which means you’ll have to act fast to get your hands on some.

The Nor’Eastah is an unfiltered IPA with an ABV of 6.5 percent. This is a Northeast style India Pale Ale featuring Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe, and Amarillo hops. It boasts a smooth pour with a pleasant hoppy flavor. The unique combination of hops gives the Nor’Eastah a distinct juicy, fruity, hazy flavor.

“We are excited to release the Nor’Eastah in cans, following up nicely from the success of our recent Bombogenesis Double IPA can release. A great late spring beer in a can,” said Tom Crowell, co-founder and owner, Chatham Brewing.

The Nor’Eastah will be available for the first time in cans later this week, as long as supplies last in retailers, bars, and restaurants that proudly carry Chatham Brewing products.

Additional company information can be found online at ChathamBrewing.com, on Facebook (fb.com/ChathamBrewingCompany), and on Twitter (@ChathamBrewing), and on Instagram (@ChathamBrewing).

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