Foggy Noggin Is Hosting An English IPA Tap Takeover

After a long Fn week.  I bet you could use a Fn beer, am I right?  Now, are you a fan of English style IPAs?  They differ a bit from American style IPAs with their bitter yet smooth finish and a pronounced but never over-the-top hop character.  American style IPAs tend to be much more in your face with the hops, slapping you with a big blast of hop aroma and flavor.  American IPAs also tend to have, on average, a higher ABV than English style IPAs.

Foggy Noggin Brewing Company up in Bothell has lots of experience brewing English style Ales.  In fact, it’s their specialty.  Now, they’d like to devote a special day to just English style IPAs so, this coming Saturday, June 24th, Foggy Noggin will be hosting their first ever/first annual English IPA Tap Takeover.

Here is a bit more information from Foggy Noggin Brewing Company:

Foggy Noggin Brewing is hosting our first annual English IPA tap takeover – Saturday – June 24th (12-5pm). 6 different English IPA’s will take over this day to allow everyone to get immersed in the original IPA style. Featured IPA’s will include:
Fn Rye IPA – 8.1% ABV – 58 IBU – very limited quantity
Fn Spruce Tip IPA – 7.4% ABV – 90 IBU – very limited quantity
Fn Centennial IPA – 5.1% ABV – 56 IBU
Fn Columbus IPA – 5.8% ABV – 70 IBU
Fn Target IPA – 5.9% ABV – 66 IBU
Rufus – 6.3% ABV – 70 IBU
Flights of all 6 will be available, as well as pints and growlers fills – while supplies last.
Learn More About IPAs:
Foggy Noggin Brewing LLC

22329 53rd Ave SE
Bothell, WA 98021

So, if you’re a fan of English style IPAs, or you’d like to learn more and find out if you’re a fan or not, plan on heading up to Bothell this Saturday and join Foggy Noggin for an afternoon of proper English pints.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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