1966 Coffee IPA
San Francisco Bay Area craft beverage purveyors 21st Amendment Brewery and Peet's Coffee teamed up for 1966 Coffee IPA, a first-time collaboration beer to celebrate the region's history as a leader of innovation and culture. The 1966 Coffee IPA pours a pale gold with tight white bubbles, aromas of fruity blueberries and bright citrus notes from Columbus, Citra, Amarillo, and Centennial hops, the company says. The accent of rich coffee is balanced with malt structure and defined bitterness, it adds. Part of the 21st Amendment's acclaimed "Insurrection Series," the beer is handcrafted with Peet's Ethiopian Super Natural and comes in 12-ounce cans of six-packs and draft. Featuring a 6.8 percent alcohol by volume, the limited-edition offering was released nationally across 28 states.
21st Amendment Brewery, San Francisco