Style: Medium Bodied Ale
This brew made it’s first appearance on the growler bar as many eager pilots do. The uptake was swift.
The popularity amongst Yukoners was unprecedented and this beer simply needed to move into a seasonal package to keep up with demand.
One year later and this fine brew has graduated into the core family and will now take permanent residence among the other mainstays.
Conspiracy IPA is a medium bodied ale with enough malt backbone to support a cast of Chinook and Simcoe hops.
The beautiful nose holds notes of pine, grapefruit pith and orange zest.
An induction into the core family is a big deal at Yukon Brewing and as such the American NW IPA was transformed with a new name and a new label to match.
Artist Erin Dixon was commissioned to create a work of art that would later become the new label and new name.
To find out more about Erin Dixon, check out her website: www.erindixonarts.ca.
Suggested Food Pairings
Cuisine: Ahi tacos with avocado, Carribean jerk style chicken wings, a roast beef dip with pepper Jack and horseradish cream and Korean BBQ short ribs
Cheese: Pungent pine hop aromas in the American IPA pair well with the earthy and lightly pungent quality of Cambozola (a cow’s milk cheese that’s a combo of French triple cream and Italian Gorgonzola)
Meat: Grilled meat