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Firestone Double Jack IPA - Happy Anniversary Curls

Firestone Double Jack IPA - Happy Anniversary Curls
$ 45

About the design

This design allows you to add the number of years, making this a very personalized anniversary gift. You can add your personalized message below the graphic and select one of 5 fonts.

We recommend no more than 4 lines with 28 characters per line.

About the etching process

Each bottle is individually hand-crafted. First, we sand carve the design directly into the glass of the bottle for the deepest engraving possible. Afterwards, the bottle is then intricately hand-painted.

These handcrafted works of art are very high quality and will be treasured by the recipient for years to come.

About the beer

Double Jack opens up with bright grapefruit and tangerine American hop aromas, courtesy of liberal dry hopping with Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial and Simcoe. Undertones of stone fruit are revealed upon first sip, followed by the essence of blue basil and pine. A sturdy pale and crystal malt backbone brings balance to high hop intensity.

Volume - 22 oz

Alcohol by volume - 9.5%

IBU: 85


FERMENTATION: 100% Stainless Steel Fermentation

MALTS: Premium Two-Row (Metcalf & Kendall varieties), Munich, Simpson's Light Crystal

HOPS: 4+lbs/BBL: Bittering—Warrior, Columbus; Late Kettle—Cascade, Centennial; Dry Hops—Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Simcoe

About Firestone Walker Brewing Company


Firestone Walker Brewing Company was formed in 1996 in Santa Barbara County by Adam Firestone, son of Brooks Firestone and great-great grandson of Harvey Firestone who started the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, and his brother-in-law David Walker. The brewery started on the Firestone family vineyard in Los Olivos, California and moved to Paso Robles in 2001.

Firestone Walker Brewing Company is one of two brewers in the world to maintain a variation of the commercial-sized Burton Union system, a system of fermentation in oaken barrels. The beers "oaky" taste is attributed to the use of 60-gallon oaken casks for fermentation in the early days of production.

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