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Terrapin Releases Indiana Krunkles Wheat IPA and Gamma Ray


Terrapin Side Project Volume 15 - Indiana Krunkles Wheat IPA!
The Legend of Krunkles lives on with number 15 in our Side Project series of beers. “Indiana Krunkles” Wheat I.P.A. boasts all the hop adventure of an American I.P.A. while leading you on a quest for the malt and yeast found in a traditional Ger- man Hefeweizen. Explore all the unique flavor of this uncon- ventional wheat beverage while your senses take you on a journey into complete beer nirvana. We hope you enjoy this audacious brew!
Style: American IPA (Wheat base)
Hops: Bravo, Amarillo, Centennial. Falconer’s Flight (Dry Hop)
Malts: 2-Row Pale, Wheat, Munich, Victory, Crystal 24L, Acidulated
7.3% ABV
73 IBUs
 

    
Terrapin Gamma Ray

Terrapin Gamma Ray is back on the scene! This massive wheat beer is brewed with an obscene amount of locally produced Tupelo and Sourwood honeys from Savannah Bee Company. This Gamma Ray will stop any super hero's archnemesis in their tracks! With an ABV of 11% this beer is not one to be trifled with!
Annual release: June
ABV: 11.0%
IBU’s: 40
O.G.: 22. 6
Malt: 2-Row Pale, Munich Wheat, Carapils Acidulated
Hops: Perle, Mt. Hood
Honey: Tupelo & Sourwood
 

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Terrapin Beer Company
Terrapin Beer Company was founded by Brian "Spike" Buckowski and John Cochran. The two men actually wanted to develop their own brewery, in 1998, before they had their own beer. After finally developing a beer the two were contemplating names when Buckowski, a Grateful Dead fan, mentioned Terrapin. The name comes from "Terrapin Station," which is a Grateful Dead album. After three years of talking to bankers and investors to no avail, Spike and John realized the only way to start Terrapin Beer Company was to begin as a contract brewery.

It released its first beer, the Terrapin Rye Pale Ale, in Spring 2002 at the Classic City Brewfest. Six months later this beer, which was sold only in Athens, Georgia, was awarded the American Pale Ale Gold Medal at the 2002 Great American Beer Festival. With demand for Terrapin growing daily, the Rye Pale Ale was soon made available to beer fans in Atlanta, Georgia as well. Soon after, Terrapin was chosen by producers of "Blue Ribbon" on Turner South to be featured on a TV special about breweries in the South. The viewers of this show voted Terrapin as the Best Brewery in the Southeast by an overwhelming margin of 72%.

 

 





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