Brooklyn Brewery Naranjito Pale Ale
Brooklyn Brewery Naranjito Pale Ale is a classic American pale ale pushed a tiny bit further. An extra burst of aromatic hops and a sizable helping of sweet orange peel create just the right pop of citrus. It elevates your favorite meals, brightens spices, and proves what a little orange can do.
Brooklyn Brewery Naranjito Pale Ale will be available as a limited release in the United States in January, or earlier if you get lucky.
Style: Orange Peel Pale Ale
Malts: American 2-row, Crisp, Carafoam
Additions: Sweet orange peel
Hops: Summit, Simcoe
Yeast: Our House Ale Yeast
Alcohol by Volume: 4.5%
Original Gravity: 10.8° Plato
Food Pairings: Mexican dishes, tangy cheeses, sunny days, concerts, and anything with a little kick to it.
Availability: Year round, international only
Format: 24/12oz (333.5ml) bottles
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Like our namesake borough, the Brooklyn Brewery is made up of a rich collection of characters from all over the world. In our Williamsburg home, these characters are dedicated to brewing and selling great beer and enriching the communities we serve. Together, these Brooklyners have assembled the skills needed to transform a home brewing hobby into an independent brewery with a brand that has become an international beacon for good beer. Among our team is Garrett Oliver, a prolific author and James Beard Award-winning brewmaster, and cofounder Steve Hindy, author and beer industry commentator. It’s more than just a collection of relevant résumés. That dapper brewmaster of ours is also a talented chef with an impressive collection of swords and pop culture witticisms, each sharper than the next. Our CEO first honed his sales skills selling metal mixtapes in Cairo as a teenager. The technical director owns the upstate farm she grew up on, producing maple syrup and growing crops and the hops used in our Greenmarket Wheat. Warehouse & Logistics Manager closes his computer each day to go play in a Ween cover band. Our brewing and packaging teams include people who speak English, Arabic, Urdu, Spanish, Mandingo and French; all of them line up during early morning shifts to buy tamales from the back of Maria’s bicycle when she stops in front of the loading dock. We have musicians, actors, writers, crossword enthusiasts, directors, athletes, home chefs and scientists that converge in Williamsburg every day to work on one thing: making Brooklyn Brewery beer delicious, adventurous and available to all.