Ventura, CA — Surf Brewery®, a small craft brewery, open since 2011, with an onsite tasting room and homebrew shop, and only Southern California distribution, announced that they are releasing a Seasonal IPA to follow on the heels of what was their standard black IPA, now a seasonal. Surf Avocado Honey IPA, will incorporate local honey from Bennett’s Honey Farm in Fillmore, CA., and a variety of complimentary hops. At 7% abv and 73 theoretical IBUs this one has some memorable flavor.
Head brewer Nick Valasquez mentioned, “We really like incorporating local ingredients into our beer, like recently adding espresso from a local roaster and grapefruit from a local ranch. We have used honey in one or two other brews before and wanted to have it more of the focus of this seasonal IPA. Notice the lack of artwork on the bottles; we just wanted to focus on the local ingredient in the beer.” Now available in bottles and on draft.
About Surf Brewery
Ventura County, long known for world class surf spots like Rincon Cove, C-Street and Silver Strand, now has a world class craft beer presence. Surf Brewery®, located minutes from Surfer’s Point in beautiful Ventura, is riding the wave of California’s vibrant beer history and tradition of making craft beers. Founded in June, 2011, by home brewers and surfers with a passion for beer and a commitment to create only the finest brews using the highest quality ingredients.
4561 Market St., Ste A, Ventura, CA 93003. 805-644-BREW
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About Bennett’s Honey Farm
Founded by Red & Ann Bennett and currently owned by Chip & Taydee Vannoy,
Bennett’s Honey Farm is a family owned operation. Our Honey is produced in Ventura County, home of the best SAGE and WILDFLOWER fields in California. We produce, pack and distribute our fine honey.
Our facility is “green” 100% solar powered, and we proudly maintain industry standards
for cleanliness and safety (*GMP / HACCP). We have Kosher and Organic certificates.
Instead of filtering our honey we use a process called “gravity straining” which allows the honey to retain its natural perfect components. This takes a little longer but we believe it’s necessary to provide the highest quality honey available.