Our Koslch serves as the basis for ‘Come and Take It’, but the similarities between the two beers end there due to an aggressive use of cascade hops that completely change this beer’s character. Although we’ve added nearly a pound and half of Cascade per barrel to a Tettnang hopped beer, the execution and manner of the Cascade addition in a cohesive and seamless manner is what ‘Come and Take It’ is all about. Tettnang imparts spicy and earthy characteristics while also subtly contributing fruity, floral, citrus notes; whereas Cascade is primarily classified as a fruity floral hop with a hint of spice. Emphasizing Tettnang early and Cascade hops late results in huge fruity citrus notes that dominate both Come and Take It’s aroma and flavor. The more you drink it, the more you’ll enjoy it. Weighing in at 5% ABV, we trust you’ll find this one refreshing beer.
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