The Hop Streak series is designed to allow Floridians to enjoy hop-forward beers as they were intended to be enjoyed: bright, aromatic, balanced and fresh! Every 2 months, Pair O’ Dice Brewing will release a new beer from the series into distribution. The high-frequency, single-batch, hop-forward beer series encourages distributors, retailers and consumers to drink hoppy beers at their freshest. #GetAPair
2017 RELEASE SCHEDULE
RYE’D THE LINE IPA | 55 IBU | 7.5% ABV
Hops: Apollo, Chinook & Mosaic
How does a Head Brewer take one inspiring ingredient and transform it into a 2015 Best Florida Beer Championships gold medal-winning brew? By letting it ride. Or, in other words, by allowing its essence to stay front-and-center all the way to the finish. Inherently unique, this IPA showcases the dry, spicy characteristics of rye and counters them with subtly sweet caramel malts. Add the tropical and piney notes from Mosaic hops to the mix and you get one hell of a balanced and satisfying beer. This Hop Streak champ is medium bodied, but hard to put down.
MEXICALI JALAPEÑO LIME PALE ALE | 35 IBU | 6% ABV
Hops: Amarillo & Columbus
MexiCali Pale Ale is like the tacos of beer. Let us clarify, it doesn’t actually taste like tacos. Well, it is made with both lime and jalapeños, but it’s not like there’s meat in it or anything. That would be gross. And probably against some sort of health code. We digress. MexiCali Pale Ale is like tacos in the sense that you’re in the mood for it pretty much any time, no matter how you feel or what you’re pairing it with. The spicy aroma of this light-bodied beer draws you in, but then your palate is like, “hold up, there’s no heat here, just the fresh flavors of jalapeño and lime!” And your palate is correct, despite what your nose has to say. From Thai to traditional American fare like burgers & BBQ to, well, tacos and other Mexican dishes, this unique brew plays well with others. It’s nice like that.
MO’ GUAVA IPA IPA | 40 IBU | 6.5% ABV
Oh guava, you elusive fruit. Some people see you and think you’re a pear or lime, but we know what you really are. You’re a pink-toned beauty hiding beneath a rough green exterior for fear of sharing your true colors. Well, we’re here to show the world Florida what you really are: a native fruit worthy of some serious brewing attention. So we paired you up with one of our favorite hops, Mosaic, because we knew you two would make a beautiful, drinkable beer. Your combination of tropical fruit and citrus flavors and aromas is so good, it’s worthy of one of those celebrity mash-up names. You’re juicy, but dry. You’re light-bodied, but satisfying. You’re Mo’ Guava.
THE STICKMAN DOUBLE IPA | 93 IBU | 9% ABV
Hops: Amarillo & Simcoe
An American West Coast Double IPA that focuses on lots of bright, aromatic hops. It pours a clear golden color with aromas of grapefruit and pine. It has a medium body with a nice hop bitterness that balances out the sweetness in the beer and makes it very easy to drink.
MONSTER ROLL IPA | 70 IBU | 7.5% ABV
Hops: Amarillo & Simcoe
In the game of Craps, a Monster Roll is a hot streak that lasts a long time before the shooter sevens out. These rolls can be quite lucrative for the players. At Pair O’ Dice Brewing Company, a Monster Roll is a medium-bodied IPA brewed with Amarillo and Simcoe hops. This beer gets its name from the winning effect it has on the drinker. The citrusy grapefruit notes of Amarillo and piney dankness of Simcoe hops continuously play off of one another like a series of successful dice rolls. Crack open this beast of a brew and discover the scary goodness of our original IPA.
THE PIT BOSS TRIPLE IPA | 125 IBU | 11.5% ABV
Hops: Amarillo, Apollo, Chinook, Mosaic, & Simcoe
The Pit Boss is a strong, silent type. It doesn’t go around boasting about its high ABV or that it has 4 pounds of hops per barrel. No. It’s smooth. It lures you in with its piney, citrusy aroma and deals your palate notes of tropical fruit that would throw lesser drinkers off their game. But not you. You understand The Pit Boss. You’re aware that it is medium-bodied and deceptively balanced, despite its intimidating reputation. You affectionately call it “Hop Candy,” but only in private. The Pit Boss can’t have people thinking it has a sweet side.