The style is an oxymoron but this ale is an extension of our Loose Cannon style brewed with black malt.
Available Jan - March
Brewer: Heavy Seas Brewing (Clipper City)
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- United States - Baltimore, Maryland
- Heavy Seas is to be the best combination of modern beer thinking blended with traditional brewing methods in the beer world today. The experience of our team means we have the folks to do it. We believe that adherence to this goal will deliver beers of unique character with both a sense of adventure and hedonistic pleasure. Brewed by Baltimore's Clipper City Brewing Co., Heavy Seas is produced by Baltimore craft beer pioneer Hugh Sisson - the brewery's founder and managing partner – and Brewmaster Ernesto Igot, formerly brewmaster at San Miguel Brewery in the Philippines.
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Shelf Tags for Heavy Seas Black Cannon Black IPA
Style: Specialty Beer
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