Terrapin Mosaic Red Rye IPA Available Now In 12 oz. Cans
(Athens,GA) – Terrapin Beer Co. has boldly stepped into 2015 with the release of Seasonal Sessions brew Mosaic Red Rye IPA. Making this release especially notable is that Mosaic is packaged in 12 oz. cans, launching a new direction for the brewery’s seasonal line. Starting with Mosaic, all Seasonal Sessions beers will be released in cans.
Mosaic Red Rye IPA was originally released as Side Project 19 in early 2013. The popularity of the brew prompted Terrapin to promote it to the Seasonal Sessions line as the 1st quarter release in 2014. Along with the beer itself, the beautiful original label art designed by Chris Pinkerton of Mackerel Graphics has also moved to the new Mosaic can, creating a can that’s worthy of display.
From the can:
Like a fine piece of art, Mosaic Red Rye IPA is masterfully created by using 100% Mosaic™ hops throughout the brew. With its aesthetically pleasing ruby red color and spatial depth from the rye malt, this hand crafted masterpiece leaves your palate’s canvas open to interpretation.
Malts: 2-Row Pale, Malted Rye, Munich I, Crystal 45, Crystal 65, Crystal 85
Hops: 100% Mosaic
Mosaic Red Rye IPA is now available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and 1/6 BBL kegs throughout Terrapin’s distribution footprint.
ABOUT TERRAPIN BEER CO.
Terrapin Beer Co. has a portfolio of six year-round beers, four Seasonal Sessions beers, the Monster Beer Tour collection of four high-gravity selections, and the Side Project series of one-time releases. Terrapin co-owners John Cochran, President, and Brian “Spike” Buckowski, Brewmaster, have developed a reputation for high-quality beers that push the boundaries of creative brewing.
Terrapin Beer Co. is open to the public for tours every Wednesday – Sunday with live music and tastings; please see our website for hours of operation. The brewery is located at 265 Newton Bridge Road in Athens, GA. The tours are an excellent opportunity to taste Terrapin’s full line of award winning beers at their freshest and to see the brewing process first hand. For more information visit the website or Facebook page.