Ohio Erie Mist with a Guava twist
Our first fruit IPA is loaded with a copious amount of Guava, and Azzaca, Mandarina Bavaria, and Wai-Iti hops, all of which makes for a heavily tropical-focused Hazy IPA.
- SEASONAL BEER
- Type: Hazy Fruit IPA
- ABV: 7.7%
- IBU: 35
- SRM: 4.7
ABOUT THE NAME
The reason Akron exists, as it is known, is because of the Ohio Erie Canal. The canal created a 308 mile long waterway connecting the great lakes with the gulf of Mexico. Construction began on July 4th 1825 and was completed in 1832. From then until the beginning of the Civil War, Ohio was the third most economically prosperous state in the country in large part due to the canal system.