Bonnie and Clyde had quite a heyday back in the 1930’s and while they sought rest from time to time from the wears of bank robbing and such, they would sometimes end up in Grapevine, Texas. One of Clyde’s weapons of choice was the ultimate trouble maker, a 10 gauge “riot gun”. And if you’re all about making an entrance, that’s the way to do it. And our 10 Gauge Belgian IPA makes quite an entrance boasting a complexity that dances on the palate. The 10 Gauge begins very similar to what you would expect from an American IPA with a great hop aroma, but then finishes quite reminiscent of a Belgian ale while retaining a nice hop balance for the style. This is one gun that you can stare right down the barrel. Don’t be scared.
Spicy Ethnic Foods (Thai), Asian, Smoked MeatsHops: Magnum, Centennial, Palisade, Chinook