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Midnight Sun 3767 Belgian-style IPA
A beer by: Midnight Sun Brewing Company
from Anchorage, AK, United States
 
Score:
3.44
ABV:
8%
Availability:
Unknown

Reviews:
2
IBU:
70
Last Updated:
12/16/2010 6:17:40 PM
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Beer Description:
Belgian-Style India Pale Ale with Brettanomyces

The extensive distance between two breweries on the West Coast – 3767 miles – is bridged by this collaboration beer. Brewers Gabe Fletcher of Midnight Sun Brewing Company [Anchorage, AK] and Colby Chandler of Ballast Point Brewing Company [San Diego, CA] designed and brewed an exciting representation of their passions: hops, Belgian yeast, oak aging and Brettanomyces.

Just prior to the Great Alaska Beer & Barley Wine Fest in JAN 2009, Gabe and Colby brewed a West Coast-worthy IPA at Midnight Sun Brewing Company. This hop-centric beer became the jumping-off point for other intense flavors. During its course to completion, 3767 was affected by three different yeast strains--including Brettanomyces, aged for several months in French oak Cabernet Sauvignon barrels, and then bottle- and keg-conditioned.

The plan is for 3767 to hit Anchorage, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and San Diego in NOV 2009 for a West Coast Toast. Here’s to the collaborative spirit readily found in our brewing industry. Clink!
 
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Overall rank4183 of 43821
Overall percentile90.5
Style rank291 of 1440
Style percentile79.8
Lowest score3.9
Highest score4.3
Average score4.1
Weighted score3.44
Standard deviation0
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