Say hello to the newest member of Choc Beer Co.’s beer lineup. After seeing the success of their Spring IPA, Choc has decided to add Oklahoma Pale Ale to it’s year-round lineup. The beer will “More or less … be an extension” of the IPA, Choc’s Zach Prichard said. Like the IPA, this beer will be dry-hopped, but it should check in with a little less strength, in the 6.5 to 7 percent range (the IPA is 7.6 percent).
You can’t have enough good pale ales, is the way I look at. In fact, I’m planning a special pale ale for my next homebrew project. (It will only be my third homebrew attempt, so I use the word “special” lightly.)
OPA comes on the heels of Choc’s recently released Gose and Gratzer, and right along with the yet-to-be released Belgian Trippel. I’m sure these are busy days in Krebs.