Dexter, Michigan – North Peak Brewing Company is excited to announce the new launch of Sparta and Hail is in stores and ready for football season! Sparta is an American IPA and Hail is a Michigan IPA.
Sparta IPA is a deliciously bold and balanced beer with a nice crisp maltiness and hop profile of Simcoe, Citra, and Cascade hops. Citrus notes of tangerine and grapefruit along with stone fruit notes of peach and apricot are backed by a hint of resinous pine.
Sparta IPA has 70 IBU’s | 7.2% ABV and is available in 12 oz cans, 6 packs, and draft in 1/6 and 1/2 barrels.
Hail has been reinvented for the 2020 season and is now a Michigan IPA! Golden and delicious, it is dripping with hoppy goodness that includes notes of citrus, pine, apricot, and peach. This well-balanced, hop forward beer is brewed with maize (yellow flaked corn) and blue (corn grits) to celebrate all things Michigan.
Hail Michigan IPA has 70 IBU’s | 7.2% ABV and is available in 12 oz cans, 6 packs, and draft in 1/6 and 1/2 barrels.
“Everyone at North Peak could not be more excited about these beers! And, to hear the news today, that I will be able to drink Hail and watch Michigan Football! It seriously brought a tear of joy to my eye!” Greg Lobdell Owner North Peak Brewing Company and Former University of Michigan Football Player
“Watching Spartan Football with while drinking Sparta IPA is now a reality this fall! Going to have my outdoor tailgate party with my former teammates and enjoy this beer more than ever!” Tony Grant Owner North Peak Brewing Company and Former Michigan State Football Player
You are now able to purchase Sparta and Hail at craft beer retailers, restaurants and bars throughout Michigan, including North Peak Brewing Company and Jolly Pumpkin in Traverse City, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Royal Oak, Dexter, and Grand Rapids.
About North Peak: In 1997, North Peak Brewing Company opened in Traverse City, MI with the mission of brewing beer that captures the essence of Northern Michigan. The North Peak mantra is “Get Outside” because in Northern Michigan there is so much life to live outdoors.
In 2013, North Peak beer production moved from Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City MI, to a 70,000-square-foot production brewery in Dexter MI, where it would have the capacity to meet the rising demand for the beer.
North Peak’s Northern Michigan roots run deep. Every sip of North Peak beer transports you to the wonders of Northern Michigan.