Mispillion River to Release Black Tie in May

Black Tie Can

Milford, DE – Mispillion River Brewing is releasing their Black IPA, Black Tie, to the Delaware market the first week of May.

Mispillion originally brewed Black Tie for the Delaware Restaurant Association’s annual Cornerstone Awards. Little did they know, it would become one of the brewer’s favorites. Brewed with Eldorado, Chinook, and Cascade hops, this roasty beer is complimented by citrus and floral aromas from the hops. At 6.6% ABV, you will find your feet dancing a little happier.

Head Brewer Ryan Maloney stated, “Black Tie IPA is a lot like a mullet. It’s classy up front, but ends up being a party in the back.”

Black Tie will be available year-round in twelve ounce cans and on draft in Delaware.


Mispillion River Brewing aims to be recognized by its customers and the brewing industry for producing the highest quality craft beer. The brewery, located at 255 Mullett Run Street Milford, DE 19963, is open for samples, pints, and growler fills seven days a week and tours are offered on Saturdays from 1-4pm. For more information, visit mispillionriverbrewing.com

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