Thirsty Dog Brewing Co. will unveil a new beer tonight (April 11) at the Akron Art Museum as part of the Tony Feher exhibit opening. Buoys Ginger Honey IPA is a traditional English-style India pale ale with honey and ginger.
“A strong malt profile is balanced out with the additions of several English hop varieties,” the brewery says. “Honey and ginger added to the boil are noticeable but not overpowering. The ginger adds a smooth spiciness while honey gives body and flavor that helps complement the beer. Although the ABV is at a high 7.5 percent, the body and character allow for easy drinking. A fest beer but in an enjoyable summer form.”
Thirsty Dog brewer Adam Stull designed the beer.
In case you forgot, Thirsty Dog is brewing an exclusive beer for the museum’s iQcafe. The museum offers new exhibits quarterly and Thirsty Dog has agreed to provide an exclusive brew for each opening. Buoys Ginger Honey IPA is the second to be released.