Cellarmaker and Tired Hands’ Taco Hands IPA is brewed with actual taco ingredients (video)

 

Cellarmaker Brewing Co. logoPress Release:

(San Francisco, CA) – San Francisco, CA’s Cellarmaker and Ardmore, PA’s Tired Hands Brewing companies are happy to announce that they have collaborated on a taco spiced IPA called “Taco Hands.” The beer was inspired by that special aroma one’s hands take on after eating tacos – an aroma, that in spite of several solid hand-washing sessions, just doesn’t go away. “Taco Hands” incorporates lime zest, lime juice, cilantro, cumin, black pepper, coriander, sea salt, tortilla chips and shells, flaked maize, and pasilla peppers alongside Citra and Motueka hops.

This conceptual brew will be available at Cellarmaker Brewing Company’s tasting room starting on Taco Tuesday, December 3rd at 3pm. Visit www.cellarmakerbrewing.com for more details.

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