Larkspur, CA. — Marin Brewing Company announced today the release of their newest beer, Hella Art Wah. Hella Art Wah is brewed roughly in the style of a German pilsner, but a bold infusion of hoppiness highlights the new brew’s West Coast roots.
Hella Art Wah comes in at 5.6% alcohol by volume and uses a combination of German Saphir, German Hallertau, and French Aramis hops. The end result is a clean and crisp lager with a firm bitterness and a bold hop flavor for some West Coast Flair.
This will mark the first time a Pilsner-style lager has been introduced at Marin Brewing Company, which is primarily known for their award-winning ales. Hella Art Wah is available by draft at Marin Brewing Company in Larkspur, California.
Brewmaster Arne Johnson commented, “We have made a lot of great beers here at Marin Brewing Company and I thought it would be fun to step out of our comfort zone and develop a pilsner as one of the numerous specialty brews we are doing to celebrate MBC’s 25 years in business. I am very happy with the end result. It has all the clean, crisp, and favorable qualities I love in a pilsner but also an assertive hop punch to make it one-of-a-kind.”
Hella Art Wah will be available for a limited time.
Original gravity — 1.052
Terminal gravity — 1.010
Alcohol by Volume — 5.6%
International bitterness units — 36
About Marin Brewing Company
Founded in 1989, Marin Brewing Company is a premiere craft brewery and restaurant located in Larkspur, California. Marin Brewing Company has won global recognition for outstanding artisan beers. To learn more about Marin Brewing Company’s award-winning family of beers and our acclaimed food selection, visit the Marin Brewing Company website. You can also follow the Marin Brewing Company Twitter page or Marin Brewing Company Facebook page to stay up to date with all our latest news and events.