Moylan’s Brewery Announces Release of Newest International Collaboration

NOVATO, CA – Moylan’s Brewery announces the release of an American version of the collaboration between the Northern Californian brewery, Norwegian brewery N├©gne ├ÿ’ and Australian brewery Hargreaves Hill.

American Brewmaster Denise Jones, Nordic Brewmaster Kjetil Jikiun, Aussie Brewmaster Simon Walkhurst and Moylan’s Proprietor Brendan Moylan brought their skills together stateside for the creation and release of Our Dark Secret Double Black IPA. Richly crafted and assertively hopped, this is a Black IPA like no other.

The international spirit shared by these three breweries starts with specially selected barley malts such as the Cara Pilsen, Weyerman Munich and Black malt, but finishes with the finest hops from downunder. The star of the show is a new crop of “Victoria Secret” hop flowers from Australia. Along with Stella, Galaxy, and Summer hops from the fields of Tazmania, beer drinkers are in for a collaboration of intercontinental proportions. 8.0% ABV, 92 IBU, 1.072 Original Gravity.

Our Dark Secret Double Black IPA will be available on draft, in growlers or bottles to go at the pub, and on draft at select locations carrying Moylan’s beer.

For more information on sales and distribution, contact Sales Manager Curtis Cassidy: For media inquiries contact PR coordinator Gabby Cullen:

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