Brooklyn Pulp Art Hazy IPA is the latest addition to the core lineup of Brooklyn Brewery.
This beer has notes of bright tropical fruit, the company says, plus a soft finish, featuring Citra, Strata and Simcoe hops.
“Pulp Art IPA launches on the palate with crisp bitterness up front, but then quickly opens up onto a range of tropical and stone fruit flavors: mango, tangerine and peaches. A generous helping of oats gives the beer a round, luscious texture and a gentle sweetness in the center” explains Brewmaster Garrett Oliver. “It signs off with a clean mineral snap and delivers all the flavors we’re looking for in hazy IPAs, but with a really pleasant balance. It’s wonderfully fruity without being a sugar-bomb, so it’s a beer you’ll want to stick with for a few nice pints.”
Brooklyn Brewery collaborated with Thirst, a drinks design and branding agency based in the UK, to realize the Pulp Art brand, influenced by Lichtenstein’s signature style.
Brooklyn Pulp Art Hazy IPA launches in the U.S. across the brewery’s 30+ state footprint in 6-packs of 12-oz. cans, 12-packs of 12-oz. cans, 4-packs of 16-oz. cans and draft. Large format 19.2-oz. cans launch in April 2021.
Pulp Art Hazy IPA will come in Brooklyn’s new “IPA For All” variety-can 12-pack, alongside The Stonewall Inn IPA, Brooklyn East IPA and Parktime IPA.
This follows the recent release of the Brooklyn Black Ops aged in Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon barrels.