San Leandro, Calif.-based 21st Amendment Brewery recently released its summer “fridge” variety pack, which includes the new Blah Blah Blah IPA among others.
“We love our hops like everyone else, but we also like to have fun with our beers. There are over 4,200 breweries in America and it seems like all of them are making an IPA if not several,” says Nico Freccia, one of the founders of 21st Amendment. “There are West Coast IPAs, Session IPAs, Black IPAs, Grapefruit IPAs, Blah Blah Blah IPAs (you get the idea). This style is clearly here to stay and our Blah Blah Blah IPA is a limited edition release that in many ways pays tribute to the prevalence and popularity of this style.”
Blah Blah Blah is an imperial IPA with an ABV of 8 percent, 65.301 IBUs, and is packaged in 12-ounce cans. Blah Blah Blah has a grain bill of Pilsner, Golden Promise, honey, wheat, and Vienna malts, which provides a firm base for the powerful hop bill of Citra, Mosaic and Idaho 7 hops.
In addition to Blah Blah Blah IPA, the “fridge” variety pack contains Hell or High Watermelon, a seasonal American wheat beer brewed with watermelon, El Sully, a year-round available Mexican lager, and Brew Free! Or Die, a year-round available IPA.
While there are no definite plans for the future of Blah Blah Blah IPA, 21st Amendment did make it clear that this will not be the last we see of it.
The “fridge” variety pack was released in California on June 1, and will be available throughout 21st Amendment’s distribution footprint.