You have to admire Offshoot Beer Company’s lazer-like focus. The brewery, which is literally an offshoot of The Bruery, is obsessed with hops, brewing all kinds of IPAs, from hazy to session to imperial to triple…Offshoot tends to release their beers in pairs that kind of go together. For instance, back in May they released a hazy IPA called “Cart” along with a hazy double IPA called “Horse.” Get it? More significant to our purposes here, Offshoot puts these beers in 16-oz. cans and gives them beautiful labels that range in style from silly scribbles to nuggets of modern pop art. These are the kinds of beers you want to keep stocked in your fridge just so when you open the door, you have something pretty to look at. Here are some of our favorite labels from the new brewery.
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10 Years is one of Offshoot's newest beers, a hazy double IPA.
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Today is a bit of a diversion for the brand. Yeah, it's dry hopped (with more than half a dozen hop strains) but it's a pilsner.
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Terms is a "super hoppy hazy session IPA." I like all of those words.
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Meanwhile, it's partner beer, Conditions is an unfiltered double IPA.
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Pleasant Town was released on its own over the summer. It's a West Coast style IPA.
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Another single release, Hops and Rec is an unfiltered double IPA released in July.
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Fashionably Late was one of the first beers released by Offshoot. It's a juicy, hazy IPA with a future so bright, it's gotta wear shades.
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Released alongside Fashionably Late, Better Late Than Never has the same juicy, hazy IPA persona, but doubles it.