On Thursday, MadTree Brewing will be releasing Identity Crisis in cans.
The 6.9 percent ABV porter is brewed with 2-row, extra special, caramel 60L, chocolate, black, roasted barley and carafe malts as well as cascade, chinook and simcoe hops. The porter was first released in 2013 as a draft-only option.
“Not a ray of light penetrates the soul of this beer,” reads the description from the Cincinnati, Ohio-based brewery. “Combining the roasted malt backbone of a Porter with a huge amount of earthy and citrusy hops typical in many IPA’s, this unique ale will leave you questioning its identity and maybe yours.”
According to a post on MadTree’s Instagram page, Identity Crisis will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans ($11.99) and will have a limit of one case per person when they go on sale at the brewery on Feb. 18.
“The wait is over. #IdentityCrisis #madtreebrewing #cincinnati #craftbeer #craftcans”
Update (Feb. 1, 2016) — According to a recent tweet, Identity Crisis cans should arrive in late February.This post was originally published on Nov. 8, 2015.
Update (Feb. 16, 2016) — This post has been updated with packaging details, pricing information and a release date.