San Marcos craft brewers The Lost Abbey are set to release Merry Taj IPA.  It will come as a winter seasonal IPA to be released only in kegs to be found at your local beer bars.

From lostabbey.com

With an already established Holiday beer like Gift of the Magi (Strong Bier de Garde w/ Brett), The Lost Abbey wanted to give its brewers (who already make exceptional hoppy beers) a chance to do something with this year’s new hops. Merry Taj IPA was able to take advantage of some of the freshest hops available, harvested in September, and will feature five different varieties (Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo, Cascade, Simcoe) used throughout the brewing process.

Being that The Lost Abbey is headquartered in San Diego County, it’s no surprise they they are hop heads.  I am glad they finally get to let loose on a hoppy beer.  Personally, I am looking forward Merry Taj IPA, as I know The Lost Abbey have high quality standards.

More information at LostAbbey.com


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