Tired Hands Brewing Co. is releasing yet another new beer in cans for the first time today, along with a well loved classic.
The new beer is High Hands, a “hyper fresh and hyper positive” double IPA brewed with spelt and hopped “intensely” with centennial, Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe hops packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($18).
“Constructed to stamp out the negative static that has become so prominent in every layer of society, and especially in our noble industry,” reads a post on the Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery’s Instagram page. “If you ever feel the need to go negative, speak ill of someone’s hard work, or become defensive about a technique or process, remember: NO IDEA IS ORIGINAL. LIFE IS A MIRROR OF CONFUSION. NEGATIVITY IS A PRISON. TAKE THE HIGH ROAD.”
In addition, the brewery will be selling a new batch of HopHands, a 5.5 percent ABV American pale ale brewed with oats and hopped “intensely” with Amarillo, centennial and Simcoe hops is now in four-packs of 16 ounce cans for $14.