Charter Oak Brewing of New Canaan, Conn., publicized recently that it will be brewing a Wadsworth India Pale Ale next week for release in May.
The IPA is named after Captain Joseph Wadsworth, a patriot who hid the Connecticut Charter in an oak tree despite a royal decree.
It’s a “west coast style IPA with plenty of hop aroma and bitterness, yet crisp, refreshing and not over the top,” according to a press release.
There will be high Alpha hops (Galena, Chinook, and Cascade) win the beer, along with five malted barleys.
For more information, go to www.charteroakbrewing.com.