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Station 26 Brewing Co. Introduces Single Hop Mandarina Bavaria IPA

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DENVER, CO — The fifth release of Station 26 Brewing Co.’s canned Single Hop IPA series: Mandarina Bavaria IPA is now available in six packs across the Colorado Front Range and on draft at the brewery’s taproom in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood.

Each version of Station 26’s ever-evolving Single Hop Series utilizes a different hop for a unique IPA experience. The current batch features Mandarina Bavaria hops grown in the Hallertau region of Germany. Single Hop Mandarina Bavaria IPA clocks in at 6.8% ABV, 70 IBUs, and 8 SRM.

This beer pours deep gold and features notes of mandarin orange zest, honeydew melon, and noble hop character. Grab some before it’s gone because cans of this limited release beer will only be available through the end of April.

For more information about Station 26 Brewing Co., please contact Emily Hutto at

ABOUT STATION 26 BREWING CO. Station 26 Brewing Co. brews craft beers in a 1960 fire station in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood. The brewery was founded in 2013 by Justin Baccary and friends. Station 26 is well-known for its draft-only flagship Juicy Banger IPA and its Great American Beer Festival medal-winning Colorado Cream Ale, which is brewed with Colorado-grown barley and hops. Station 26 cans five year-round beers (Colorado Cream Ale, Tangerine Cream, Pale Ale, American Copper, and a rotating Single Hop IPA series) and brews numerous seasonal and one-off draft-only beers. The brewery is an ideal first stop for travelers coming from Denver International Airport. Find the brewery online at

Emily Hut​to​ is the author of​ ​"Colorado's Top Brewers," and a contributor at "Zymurgy" magazine, among many other ​craft beer ​storytelling projects that you can read at