633 BOOTHBAY PALE

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American Pale Ale
April-October

A mildly hoppy pale ale using 2 row, vienna & caramel malts for body, color and head retention. It is hopped with American west coast hops later in the boil giving it a nice citrus hop flavor, aroma and bitterness. Slight additions of a roasted caramel malts gives “633” its signature sunset over the harbor glow. This one named itself when the ABV turned out to be Boothbay Region’s telephone exchange.

ALCOHOL BY VOLUME:
6.33%
BITTERNESS UNITS:
32
YEAST:
House Ale
HOPS:
Cascade, Chinook
MALT:
2-Row, Vienna, Caramel 20L, Carapils
SPECIAL INGREDIENTS:
First to be brewed, therefore...Our Flagship

Community Collaboration - the beer that named itself!