Join us at Flying Saucer when we tap a Cask of Schlafly American IPA!
Cask conditioning is a process by which the beer is aged in a cask, or keg, where it matures and carbonates naturally. The beer is then pumped by air to the bar or tapped directly from the cask on the bar, where it is served at “cellar temperature,” about 54 degrees F.
Our American IPA has big, bold hop flavor from American-grown hops and is golden-colored and full-bodied. Made with large quantities of 2 row and Crystal malted barley, this beer is an American, scaled-up version of its cousin style, English IPA. Flavored with the American hops, Amarillo, Centennial and Simcoe, this beer has bitterness with citrus and fruit undertones.