You’ve tasted our Lone Pine IPA and you’ve experienced being “slapped across the face with a pine bough”. At first, it surprised you, then it grew on you, and before long you couldn’t wait for that truculent tree to do it again. And now, as you stand there in disbelief, you see not one but two mighty pines looming before you. Are you seeing double? Indeed, you are. Twin Pines Double Dry-Hopped IIPA is everything you love about Lone Pine but with double the pleasure. Huge mounds of hops are balanced perfectly with massive amounts of malt, making Twin Pines IIPA one dangerously delicious ale.
You’ve been warned, TWICE!
Twin Pines returns to the brewery and online store Thursday, February 20th and look for it on LCBO shelves this March!
|Double Dry-Hopped IIPA||9.0%||88||18.5•P||6||3.5•P|
Ingredients: Water, 2-Row, Munich II, Carafoam malt, Idaho 7, Simcoe, Mosaic, Galaxy, Amarillo hops, California ale yeast, Dextrose.
Many moons ago when Lone Pine was first released, Zack from Toronto Brewing asked if the name was a Back to the Future reference. As soon as he said that, I so badly wished it was, but I had to regretfully tell him that no, it wasn’t.
From that day forward, I vowed to tap into that reference and make an imperial version of Lone Pine and call it Twin Pines. It would take a few years (until we opened our space in Gravenhurst) but it eventually did happen. The release of Twin Pines and our embracing of the joke, eased my conscience and erased a grave mistake I felt I had made in the past. Kinda like going back to the future myself.