Tired Hands Brewing Co. wants to help you make up your mind with its newest beers.
According to a post on the Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery’s Instagram page, there are two new draft-only beers that have been released. NOPE is a 4.2 percent ABV “dry stout” brewed with oats, roasted barley and chocolate malts and hopped exclusively with Willamette hops that has notes of “earth, toasted bread, baker’s chocolate, espresso and spring flowers.”
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YUP and NOPE are both ON TAP today at the Café! Nope: Dry Stout. 4.2% Brewed with a oats, roasted barley, and chocolate malts. Hopped exclusively with Willamette. -Notes of earth, toasted bread, baker’s chocolate, espresso, and spring flowers. Yup: Hoppy Blonde Ale. 5.1% Brewed with lactose sugar. Hopped Centennial then dry-hopped intensely with Equinox and Amarillo. -Notes of Meyer lemon, papaya, green apple, orange pith, and fragrant amaryllis. #BrewCafe
The second new beer is YUP, a 5.1 percent ABV “Hoppy Blonde ALE” brewed with lactose sugar and hopped with centennial hops before being dry hopped “intensely” with both equinox and Amarillo hops. The brewery describes the profile as having notes of “Meyer lemon, papaya, green apple, orange pith and fragrant amaryllis.”
According to the brewery, both new beers are on draft at the Tired Hands Brew Café now.