Mar 09, 2017 – 0 Comments
We’re thrilled to announce the return of Copperpop, our spring Seasonal Curiosity. The annual Copperpop release is exciting not only because of its delicious drinkability, but also because it means that patio season is almost within reach. But even when Minnesota can’t quite decide what to do with itself, Copperpop is still a welcome departure from the heavier beers of winter. Inspired by the red lagers of Ireland, this hoppy, crisp, exceptionally refreshing beer is the perfect treat for the forthcoming observance of St. Patrick’s Day and – let’s face it – virtually every other occasion you can think of. But in order to fully appreciate this brew, we’ve taken the liberty of showing you how to best enjoy a Copperpop with this instructional video:
Clocking in at 5.6% ABV, Copperpop is a drier, hoppier version of the traditional, malt-centric Irish red lagers. A nice spot of German rye malt gives this beer a dry, earthy spice that perfectly compliments the piney, citrusy hop profile.
Copperpop is hitting shelves and taps next week. It’s making an early debut, however, at Keegan’s Irish Pub in Northeast Minneapolis this Friday, March 10th, in the form of $3 pints. Come toast Keegan’s 15th Anniversary, meet the Bauhaus lads and keep your glass while supplies last. Starting on Monday, March 13th, 16-oz. tallboy cans will be available across the Twin Cities and other outstate markets, and will also be on draft at Bauhaus’ taproom and at select establishments around the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota.