GREEN BAY – Octavia White IPA from Titletown Brewing Co. blends Green Bay’s brewing history with a special blend of today’s hops. (UW-Green Bay alumna) Whitney Froelich (Communication, ’13) developed the beer’s recipe and led an all-women collaboration brew day with a bigger goal than making a beer that’s a twist on the IPA style — $1 of each pint sold goes to an nonprofit organization that helps more women join the brewing workforce. The beer’s namesake is Octavia Van Dycke, who owned O. Van Dycke Brewing from 1881 to 1908. The white is a wheat base that replicates Van Dycke’s flagship weisse beer. The IPA is powered by a special hop blend from Yakima Chief Hops. More than 30 women were invited to help brew Octavia White IPA on Feb. 8 at Titletown Brewing.
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9 Jan, 2020