The IPA – at 6% alcohol and 35 International Bittering Units – will be out on draft as well as six- and 12-packs this March.
It joins the brewery’s extensive lineup of year-round and seasonal beers.
Release schedule (all available on draft and 12-ounce cans):
• Head Hunter IPA
• Bumble Berry Honey Blueberry Ale
• Sunshine Daydream IPA
• Groovy Juice Hazy IPA
• Goggle Fogger German-style Hefeweizen
• Fresh Hop Freddy IPA
Wet-Hopped Head Hunter will be out April to May in 16-ounce cans. Wet hopping involves the use of recently picked hops. Dry hopping is when hops are added late in the brewing process for aromatic purposes.
Holiday six-pack series
January to March: Irish-style Red Ale
April to May: Lime Feelin’ Good Mexican-style lager
May to July: Benjamin Danklin IPA
July to September: G’Suffa Octoberfest Lager
October to December: Holly Jolly Christmas Ale
Rotating IPA series
First quarter: Alpha Ambush
Second quarter: Green Grunge
Third quarter: IBUsive
Fourth quarter: Hop Marauder
Holiday four-pack series
January: Hippy Sippy Imperial Stout
March: Bone Head Red Ale
About Fat Head’s
In 1992 Glenn & Michelle had this crazy idea that a craft beer bar & restaurant would be a great adventure. Fat Head’s was born. A few years later Fat Head’s doubled in size. One day Glenn and his friend Matt were sharing their dreams of brewing great beer and something clicked. They opened a brewpub and before you could blink an eye accolades were flowing along with their great beer. Just a couple of years passed before a full scale production brewery was opened and Fat Head’s became available to the clamoring masses. Fast forward another few years and Matt, Glenn and their team took a deep breath and built a brewery twice as large with an amazing beer hall and restaurant. About a million details have been left out and twice as many Fat Head’s beers have been poured but that pretty much brings us up to date.
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