Terrapin Rye Cubed Triple Rye IPA returns to Monster Beer Tour series

Terrapin Rye Cubed label

Press Release:

(Athens, GA) – Terrapin Beer Co.’s eccentric brewers plead ‘temporary insanity’ in regards to the release of the next Monster in the series. Rye Cubed Triple Rye IPA fills the summer slot of Terrapin’s Monster Beer Tour of high-gravity seasonal beers. This Monster, brought to life from the DNA of its ancestors, has a pedigree that is 100% Terrapin.

Known for their love of hops and rye but not for their subtlety, Terrapin’s mad scientists were successful in this experiment before with Rye Squared, the Monster retired in 2011. With Rye Cubed, they weren’t content to stop at twice and pushed the formula threefold. The outcome is three times the rye spiciness, rich caramel malt backbone, and hoppy bite than The Original, Rye Pale Ale.

From the label:
Rye beers have been a part of our brewing arsenal from day one. “Rye”, “Rye Squared” and now “Rye Cubed” Triple Rye IPA completes this trilogy of brewing excellence.

ABV: 10.7%
IBU: 125
OG: 22.7

Hops: Magnum, Fuggle, East Kent Golding, Cascade, Amarillo
Malts: 2-Row Pale, Rye, Munich, Victory, Honey

Rye Cubed will be available in 4-packs of 12 oz. bottles and 1/6 BBL kegs throughout Terrapin’s distribution network in early July.

ABOUT TERRAPIN BEER CO.
Terrapin Beer Co. has a portfolio of six year-round beers, four Seasonal Sessions beers, the Monster Beer Tour collection of four high-gravity selections, and the Side Project series of one-time releases. Terrapin co-owners John Cochran, President, and Brian “Spike” Buckowski, Brewmaster, have developed a reputation for high-quality beers that push the boundaries of creative brewing.

Terrapin Beer Co. is open to the public for tours every Wednesday – Sunday with live music and tastings; please see our website for hours of operation. The brewery is located at 265 Newton Bridge Road in Athens, GA. The tours are an excellent opportunity to taste Terrapin’s full line of award winning beers at their freshest and to see the brewing process first hand. For more information visit the website or Facebook page.

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