ATLANTA, Georgia – SweetWater Brewing Company, Atlanta’s craft beer trailblazer and 10th largest craft brewer in the U.S., announces the return of its popular Triple Tail Tropical India Pale Ale (IPA), which is now returning for a limited time as part of SweetWater’s spring seasonal lineup.
“Since last fall, we’ve re-introduced beers to our seasonal lineups that our customers have really missed, and Triple Tail IPA has been the most requested for us to bring back. With the weather warming up, we know craft drinkers will appreciate this super tasty tropical IPA, which is a fruity and refreshing blast that’s perfect for the beach, boat, music festivals, or any occasion when you need a cold beer to cool down.” says Nick Nock, SweetWater’s head brewer.
Loaded with triple dry hop additions of Mosaic, Denali and Waimea hops, Triple Tail (5.5% alcohol by volume) delivers a fruity hop burst of tangerine, papaya, and pineapple notes with a clean bitterness and fluffy, fragrant head.
Triple Tail is now flowing at SweetWater’s flagship taprooms in Atlanta and Fort Collins, Colorado. It’s also available in 12-ounce cans in Georgia, Tennessee, Minnesota, North Carolina and Pennsylvania at select retailers, including Kroger, Publix, Target, Total Wine & More and Trader Joes. Triple Tail IPA is available in both stand-alone six packs and SweetWater’s Seasonal IPA Variety Pack, which also includes SweetWater’s new Gone Trippin West Coast Style IPA, IPA and H.A.Z.Y. Double IPA.
About SweetWater Brewing
One of Atlanta’s original craft breweries, founded 26 years ago, SweetWater Brewing is now the 10th largest craft brewery in the U.S. With two flagship breweries in Atlanta, Georgia, and Fort Collins, Colorado, SweetWater’s award-winning craft beers and ready-to-drink cocktails are available coast to coast and in more states than ever before. Inspired by the outdoors, SweetWater is a passionate advocate for healthy waterways and conservation initiatives. Through its annual Save Our Water campaign, SweetWater continues to raise funds to support nonprofit organizations fighting for clean water and habitat conservation, including the Waterkeeper Alliance, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, and Trout Unlimited.
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