18th Street. Candi Crushable

Jul 28, 2020 | Pale Ale, Unique Brew


Are you looking for something a little different? Perhaps something that caters to your sweet tooth. A beer that has candy in the name and sugar in the recipe? Well then, you should try 18th Street Brewery’s Candi Crushable. Its a pale ale brewed with flaked oats and lactose sugar to give it a creamy smooth mouthfeel and elevated sweetness.

The beer smells nice and bright with notes of grapefruit, green apple, pine and a hint of sugary sweetness from the lactose. The taste follows with a hoppy presence, more sweetness and a malty backbone all working together in harmony. The candy effect isn’t overbrearing in any way and the use of flaked oats makes this pale ale both crisp and creamy. A Unique Brew crafted elequently.

5.5% ABV  |  Hammond, IN

Description from the brewery:

Made in collaboration with Northdown Cafe & Taproom. This beautiful beer is rounded out with flaked oats and lactose sugar, simcoe, and falconers flight

18th Street Brewery Candi Crushable Pale Ale Craft Beer

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