Tropical fruits and melons deliciously mask the alcohol of this DIPA! Brewed with generous amounts of Simcoe, Mosaic, and El Dorado, with a different yeast and hop schedule than our standard Double Parked
Hoboken Born, Jersey Brewed! We’re working hard to bring great local beer to New Jersey and beyond.
Heavily wheated up session brewed with Milk Sugar then dosed with a whole lot of Citra and Mosaic before being conditioned atop coconut, pineapple and vanilla – If you like getting caught in the rain then this is the summer jammer for you!
Our team strives to create hand-crafted ales and lagers that are influenced by both traditional and emerging styles with our own bold spin. No BS…Just Ragin’ Good Beer!
Brewer’s notes: Jai Alai, a game native to the Basque region of Spain, is played on a court called a fronton. Jai Alai players attempt to catch a ball using a curved mitt whilst the ball travels at speeds up to 188mph! Proving they have a sense of humor the Spanish dubbed this game, with its ball traveling at race car speeds, “the merry game.” Tampa was once home to a bustling Jai Alai fronton but sadly all that remains of Jai Alai in the Tampa Bay area is this India Pale Ale that we brew in tribute to the merry game. The India Pale Ale style of beer has its roots in the ales sent from England to thirsty British troops in India during the 18th century. Pair Jai Alai India Pale Ale with beef empanadas, deviled crabs, and other spicy dishes.
At Cigar City Brewing we make beer we like to drink and toast those who choose to drink with us. Behind all our beer is the philosophy that quality is achieved by giving first rate ingredients to first rate people in a space where they are free to pursue their passion. We acknowledge that what we do at Cigar City Brewing isn’t for everyone, but we welcome all.
CCB encourages everyone to drink responsibly. For the TTB’s full Health Warning Statement please visit cigarcitybrewing.com/ttb
I’m not sure I like Florida IPAs. Or maybe I’m just tired from imagining playing Jai Alai. Is that pronounced “Hi A-li”?