Tired Hands Brewing Co.’s newest incarnation of a popular IPA incorporates not one, but two different fruits.
The Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery has released Cherry-Raspberry Milkshake IPA, a 7.2 percent ABV IPA brewed with oats, lactose sugar and wheat flour, hopped “intensely” with Citra and mosaic hops and then conditioned on Madagascar vanilla beans and a “generous amount” of both cherry and raspberry purées.
This is the seventh incarnation of Milkshake IPA to be released by Tired Hands:
- Milkshake IPA (7.2 percent ABV) — March
- Milkshake IPA (Blackberry/Blueberry) (7.4 percent ABV) — April
- Peach Milkshake IPA (7.2 percent ABV) — June
- Pineapple Milkshake IPA (7.2 percent ABV) — August
- Calamansi Milkshake IPA (7.2 percent ABV) — October
- Guava Milkshake IPA (7.5 percent ABV) — November
- Cherry-Raspberry Milkshake IPA (7.2 percent ABV — January
All five beers have been brewed in collaboration with or had input from Sweden-based brewery Omnipollo.
According to the brewery’s Instagram, Cherry-Raspberry Milkshake IPA was made available on tap at the Tired Hands Brew Café today.