DOWNINGTOWN, PA, - Victory Brewing Company (Victory) announces Moving Parts 02, the second edition in the Moving Parts series. It is set to hit shelves mid-October. Codenamed MP02, the VBC brewers used all-English hops and English yeasts to create an intensely herbal hop aroma with a slight hint of cut apples at the first sip, followed by a mildly sweet, slightly bitter and dry finish. Through the creativity and ingenuity of Victory brewmasters, flavors and ingredients are adjusted, altered and processed within the same basic recipe to develop an endless array of nuanced profiles.
Victory created the Moving Parts series in honor of the craft brewing industry of which they have been a leader for nearly two decades. By understanding the complexities of beer and the brewing process, Victory has been able to continue to experiment and challenge themselves with new flavor recipes. Moving Parts 02 was a result of that innovative craving, featuring a slight haze on a light copper body. Its bright, hoppy flavor and crystal malts provide sharp, sweet notes against a pleasant, earthy, lingering bitterness. Moving Parts 02 will be sold in 22oz. bottles and on draft with an ABV of 7.1%.
Available at craft beer bars, bottle shops, beer distributors and major gourmet grocery stores including Whole Foods and Wegmans, throughout Victory’s 35 state distribution footprint. Moving Parts 02 suggested retail price for a 22 oz. bottle is approximately $4.99, but varies upon location. Use Victory’s Beerfinder to discover a nearby location, or download the free Victory Mobile app for Android or iPhone.
“We like to mix it up. New flavors, new ideas, new ingredients; we welcome them all. In celebration of our penchant for prolific experimentation, we present Moving Parts: The Ever-Evolving IPA. Each release in this series celebrates a tweaked ingredient or two, creating an endless array of possible flavor profiles,” said Victory’s President and Brewmaster, Bill Covaleski.
About Victory Brewing Company
Victory Brewing Company is a craft brewery headquartered in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Founded by childhood friends, Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet, who met on a school bus in 1973, Victory officially opened its doors in February of 1996. In addition to the original Downingtown brewery and brewpub, Victory recently opened a second state-of-the-art brewery in Parkesburg, PA to expand production capabilities and serve fans of fully flavored beers in 35 states with innovative beers melding European ingredients and technology with American creativity. To learn more about Victory Brewing Company visit us on the web at www.victorybeer.com.
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