Firestone Walker C-Hops Pale Ale
Firestone Walker C-Hops Pale Ale has a balanced malt backbone with an abundance of citrus, grapefruit and pineapple notes. The beer gets its name from the hop varieties used- Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra, CTZ and Cashmere. The ABV for Firestone Walker C-Hops Pale Ale is 5.5%.
Glass to Use:
Pale Ale beers are best served in a traditional 16-ounce pint glass.
About the Brewery
In 1996, brothers-in-law Adam Firestone and David Walker founded the Firestone Walker Brewing Company in Los Olivos, California. The company purchased the former SLO Brewing Company and moved to Paso Robles in 2001. In 2015, the Belgian brewery Duvel Moortgat purchased Firestone Walker, which will help them further grow their business.
Firestone Walker is California’s 4th largest craft brewery, and in 2014 they were the 16th largest craft brewery in the US. They have locations in Paso Robles, Buellton and Venice. Paso Robles is the main brewery, Buellton makes eccentric wild ales and Venice specializes in R&D beers.
Tobin’s Review 3 out of 5
Firestone Walker’s C-Hops Pale Ale has a golden hue with a nice head on the pour. The beer has sweet aromas with light hops on the nose. The beer starts soft on the tongue and has a little bitterness. Overall it’s a nice beer with a little bite of hops at the end.
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