Nov. 15, 2013 – AUSTIN – Adelbert’s Brewery and Christine Celis LLC are proud to announce the official bottle release of their collaboration, Gypsy Belgian IPA. The bottle-conditioned bottles will hit store shelves beginning the week of November 18.
Adelbert’s founder and brewmaster, Scott Hovey, noted, ““It was an exciting process to collaborate with Kim Clarke on this exclusive IPA. We are extremely proud of the fruits of our labor and excited to share it with more people via bottles.”
Gypsy IPA was fermented for three weeks in the fermenter followed by four weeks of bottle conditioning before its release. This is the first batch of the collaboration ale going into bottles. Gypsy IPA bottles will be available at all retailers currently selling Adelbert’s Brewery ales. These stores include Spec’s, Whole Foods, Central Market, HEB and a wide array of local craft beer and liquor stores.
“Since there is so much competition of hop forward beers in the market, Christine Celis and I agreed we would not release a Belgian IPA if it wasn’t brewed to the high standards we set for ourselves,” added Hovey. “The Gypsy Belgian IPA is as amazing in bottles as it is in draft. We are extremely pleased with final product and excited to offer this fantastically smooth IPA alongside our other Belgian-style ales we produce. “
For more information about Adelbert’s Brewery or Gypsy sales inquiries please email email@example.com or call (512) 662-1462. Visit www.facebook.com/adelbertsbeer and twitter.com/adelbertsbeer to learn more.
For more information please contact Christine Celis at 512-589-7839. Additional information can be obtained by following the company’s Facebook and Twitter communications at www.facebook.com/gypsycollaborations
About Adelbert’s Brewery:
Based in Austin, Texas, Adelbert’s Brewery is committed to brewing Belgian-style, bottle-conditioned ales for people to seek, savor, and share with others. Adelbert’s uses Bohemian old-world floor malted barley, low alpha Noble Czech hops, fresh yeast propagated at the brewery, and a multi-temperature decoction mash technique. The brewery believes quality beers require quality ingredients and a painstaking attention to detail throughout the brewing process.
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