Next week, Other Half Brewing will release three packaged beers, the first of which is a collaboration with Ardmore, Pa.-based Tired Hands Brewing Co.
Oat Overdose is a 6.5 percent ABV IPA brewed with “a ton” of oat malt, honey sourced from Pennsylvania and nelson sauvin, galaxy, azacca and Amarillo hops. The new IPA was brewed on Dec. 29, 2015 at New York, N.Y.-based Other Half, and is packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($16).
The second beer to be released is Other Half IPA, a 7 percent ABV “West Coast Styled” IPA brewed with cascade, centennial, chinook, Simcoe and summit hops. The beer was originally released as a draft-only option in 2013, it will also be packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($16).
Finally, there will be 500ml bottles ($12) of We’ve Been Out There In Orbit, a 12 percent ABV imperial stout that was first released as a draft-only option in Nov. 2015.
According to a post on Other Half’s Instagram page, all three beers will be released on Jan. 16 at the brewery. There will be a limit of four four-packs per person for both Oat Overdose and Other Half IPA and a limit of three bottles of We’ve Been Out There In Orbit per person.