San Leandro based brewery, 21st Amendment has unveiled it’s Toaster Pastry India Red Ale in a massive 19.2 ounce can. It’s the first beer produced in their new location which appropriately used to be an old Kellogg factory.
21st Amendment revealed some of the secrets to SFGATE in a recent interview:
“Biscuit malts give the beer a slightly nutty, crust-like flavor, while pale and dark crystal malts create the mouthfeel and flavors reminiscent of strawberry jam.”
The breakfast-y brew is 7.6 percent alcohol by volume and 74 IBUs (seriously hoppy and bitter). The hops used include Citra, Chinook, Simcoe, Mosaic, Azacca, and Calypso.
Thirsty yet? Mark your calendar for their grand opening celebration on August 29th.