Cut-Out Bin American Pale Ale
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A Note on This Beer
Back in the ‘90s, American Pale Ales were much maltier and more full-bodied than the ones you’re probably used to seeing at your local watering hole now. Brewers exclusively used American hops that gave them very prominent bitterness, unlike the “hazier,” new school renditions we see today.
They just don’t make ‘em like they used to.
Which is why the New York hop kings at SingleCut Beersmiths are throwing it back to 1995 with their newly released Cut Out Bin!
They crafted this throwback-in-a-glass with all the malty glory of the classic APAs, and upped the hop intensity well beyond the average new-school Pale Ale.
Cut Out Bin drinks ultra smooth with a big, bready malt base. Strong aromas of white grapefruit and pine waft up from the easy-drinking body. With every clean sip comes fierce, hop-fruity flavor: orange citrus and tangy tangerines dominate, while a whisper of dank, evergreen rounds out the finish.
For those of us like @Rock S. who remember the glory days of the American Pale Ale, Cut Out Bin is truly “a refreshing change of pace!!”
So, why not take a peek back in time and discover what Pale Ales tasted like before everyone went hazy crazy?
*Everyone from Vinepair to Business Insider hails SingleCut as one of the Best Breweries in New York!
Packaged On August 12th, 2020