Imperial Youngers Special Bitter was released in early 2007 in a special 750-ml swing-top ceramic bottle at select retailers. This limited edition, special brew commemorates the 30th Anniversary of The Horse Brass Pub in Portland, OR. Imperial YSB is brewed with Maris Otter Pale and Crystal 60 malts, Willamette, US Goldings for bittering and Amarillo in the hopback. It weighs in at about 50 IBUs, OG 16.7, FG 4.2. Contact Rogue (email@example.com) for details on when and where to find this special release!
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