A Note on This Beer
Too Hop to Trot: Grapefruity Galaxy, orangey Citra, and earthy-dank Mosaic. Terrific Taste: every sip is of this hazy is filled with juicy notes of tropical and a green bitterness on the finish Monstrous Mouthfeel: it’s thick, furry-soft, and smooth as heck
Attention craft fans! A monster of a brew was very recently spotted lurking in the woods of Pennsylvania!
It’s difficult to say for sure what it was, but the mythical monster experts at Abomination Brewing — one of the highest Untappd-rated breweries in that beer-drenched state — are identifying it as the new, and very elusive, hop beast called Urayuli.
They named it after the legendary Yeti species that roams the Alaskan woodlands. The giant, ape-like figure, with its long, dangly arms and beaming yellow eyes, has been the talk of local lore for ages. Unlike other Yetis though, Urayulis are known to be very peaceful creatures.
So, what’s a New England-style Pale Ale got to do with a bunch of Yetis, you ask?
Well, this imposing and formidable brew is absolutely a sight to behold with its golden haze and fluffy body. Plus, its fuzzy-soft mouthfeel and easy-going 6.3% ABV make it highly approachable!
But, because the fellas at Abomination are nomadic brewers who don’t have a brick-and-mortar taproom of their own, Urayuli can be extremely difficult to track down — only a handful of dedicated fans have ever seen today’s legendary pour!
If you happen to encounter the hoppy beast, do not run for the hills screaming in terror! Instead, stand your ground and try to nab the highly limited-edition Hazy Pale Ale!
With a few cans of this tropical treat, the monsters of everyday life won’t seem quite so scary. Shit, after crushing enough Urayuli, you might even be able to work up the guts to actually go find Bigfoot.
Besides, what sounds scarier: running into a 10-foot-tall monster covered in hair, or missing the chance to stock up your beer fridge with this tasty juicebomb?
Packaged On September 25th, 2019