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*Equilibrium Wavelength*

India Pale Ale (IPA)

Alc.: 6.5%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

Powerful aroma of muddled tropical fruit with some grapefruit rind standing out. There’s a very subtle hint of the hops in the form of some earthy loam around the edges.

Taste

An interesting dance of flavours happens here. At first you’ll get more of the hops and they might even feel overwhelming, but it shifts gears and lets the fruit come in along with the sharp taste of citrus rind. These two flavours tend to war for a while on your palate. The mouthfeel is fairly dry and when it’s all done there’s a hint of the citrus left behind.

Pairing

Get some spice in your life by digging into a mouth ripping curry and quench it with this brew.

Sight

Pours a light golden colour with a slightly hazy body and low carbonation. A thick head of small bubbles rests on top of the pour.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 4
Style
India Pale Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 35
Hops
Mosaic, Citra
Recommended Stemware
Tulip

Description

It may be wrong to call Equilibrium Brewing mad science, but they did get their start during their time at MIT by building a hot-rodded brewing setup on a friend’s stove top. Proper brewing began in 2009, but it would take close to a decade before the Equilibrium crew was able to purchase a proper facility and start canning their beers. By doing a weekly release of small-batch craft beer, they gathered a following of people who lined up around the block to get their hands on it. They quickly outgrew their original facility and opened up their custom built taproom and brewery in Middletown in 2019. Now they live the life of constant collaborations with other New York breweries and beyond, win awards, and continue to service long lines of thirsty beer lovers. The Wavelength is an American IPA with generous amounts of Mosaic and Citra hops, and a basic malt for a clean base. Serves well at 8°C and should be enjoyed promptly.

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