The Chocolate Wheat IPA is a summer beer with depth of flavour. By combining the refreshing elements of a wheat beer with the flavour of an IPA, it provides the perfect pint for warm weather. The subtle hints of chocolate on the nose comes from the unique addition of Chocolate Wheat in the brewing process. Also, using a higher quantity of hops than is normally found in a wheat beer gives it a more robust taste. Combined, these element keeps the light, refreshing elements that makes wheat beers popular in the summer, but adds an interesting twist on the flavour. Ingredients – Canadian two row, Chocolate Wheat, and Dark Wheat malts. Nugget, Cascade and Goldings hops.
An emerging beer style roughly defined as a beer with IPA-level hopping, relatively high alcohol and a distinct toasty dark malt character. Typically lacks the roastiness and body of a strong stout and is hoppier than a strong porter. Expressive dry-hopping is common. Also called India Dark Ale, India Black Ale, Cascadian Dark Ale, Dark IPA, and sometimes India Brown Ale.