This week, The Bronx Brewery will launch a new beer, the Bronx Brewery Black Pale Ale. It will be pouring in select bars and restaurants in the Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester starting December 19 and will be available through February.
“The intent behind the Black PA was to create a complex and unique beer from the dichotomy of dark malts and bright hops,” says Head Brewer Damian Brown.
According to a press release from the brewery, the Bronx Black Pale Ale offers a smooth and complex contrast of dark chocolate and roasted malt flavors with bright and tropical guava, mango and pear hop flavors and aromas. Three different American malts stand up to generous amounts of West Coast El Dorado and Citra hops in an unfiltered and unpasteurized ale.
This is The Bronx Brewery’s fifth offering. Brown and General Manager Chris Gallant started the Bronx Brewery with its flagship Pale Ale in 2011, introduced a limited Bourbon Barrel Aged Pale Ale this past April, released a Rye IPA over the summer, and celebrated the brewery’s first anniversary with a Zinfandel Aged Pale Ale in September.
Brown and Gallant, as well as Sales Director Sean McCain, will officially introduce the new beer at a party at Jimmy’s No. 43 on Thursday, January 3 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., where it will be pouring alongside the Bronx Pale Ale.