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FLYING FISH

Location: Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Website: www.flyingfish.com
FLYING FISH BELGIAN ABBEY DUBBEL
 

FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH BELGIAN ABBEY DUBBEL

ABV: 7%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: Great with smoked foods, cheeses, richer foods, and sushi (the sweetness in the beers pairs incredib
Brewery: Flying Fish Brewery
Seasonal Availability: Year Round
Beverage Type: Dubbel The Belgian Dubbel is a rich malty beer with some spicy / phenolic and mild alcoholic characteristics. Not as much fruitiness as the Belgian Strong Dark Ale but some dark fruit aromas and flavors may be present. Mild hop bitterness with no lingering hop flavors. It may show traits of a steely caramel flavor from the use of crystal malt or dark candy sugar. Look for a medium to full body with an expressive carbonation.



Winner of the silver medal at the 2008 Great American Beer Festival, this Belgian-style Abbey Dubbel is an exceptionally complex beer with many interwoven flavors. This classic-style Abbey beer features an immense head with a fruity nose and a generous body. Malty in the middle, the beer features a clean, almondy dry finish and a slight alcohol warmth. More like a wine than a beer—it has a lot of the qualities of a fine Burgundy. Beer writer Michael Jackson has praised the Flying Fish Dubbel as "a wonderful example of the style."


FLYING FISH BELGIAN ABBEY DUBBEL


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH ESP ALE

ABV: 5.9%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: Heartier fare, meats, cheeses, stews, or all by itself.
Seasonal Availability: Year Round

This ESB is a classic British extra special bitter made fresh with an American slant. A beautiful copper color with an amber head, this classic style features five different malts, including imported English malts, and three hop varieties. The rich malty start features caramel notes that develop into a smooth, pleasurable hop finish


FLYING FISH ESP ALE


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH EXIT 4

ABV: 10.2
Category: Craft / Specialty
Seasonal Availability: Year Round
Beverage Type: Belgian Abbey

This inspired Belgian-style Trippel has a hazy golden hue and the aroma of citrus with hints of banana and clove. Predominant Belgian malt flavors give way to a subdued bitterness in the finish. Winner of a Gold Medal at the 2009 Great American Beer Festival and named by Mens Journal as best Belgian beer brewed in America for 2009


FLYING FISH EXIT 4


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH EXIT 9 HOPPY SCARLET ALE

ABV:
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: Serve it with spicy foods (try gumbo or curry), a rich blue or sharp cheddar cheese or enjoy it by i
Seasonal Availability: Year Round

Stop seven on our multi-year trip to explore the state of New Jersey through its beer and culture, is Exit 9, best known as the Rutgers University exit. The state’s university, Rutgers, began in 1771 with classes held at a local tavern though by 1810, students were banned from frequenting “beer and oyster houses.” Alumni include Nobel Laureates, astronauts, brewery founders, authors, actors and perhaps most notably, the cartoon character Mr. Magoo.

To celebrate Exit 9, we brewed a richly flavored red beer crafted with a variety of domestic and imported malts and a classic American yeast strain. Assertively hopped with Amarillo, Centennial, Chinook and Citra, the bouquet has complex notes of citrus and tropical fruits, with an appropriate bitterness in the finish.


FLYING FISH EXIT 9 HOPPY SCARLET ALE


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH EXTRA PALE ALE

ABV: 4.8%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: Perfect with all foods, spicy, fish, fowl, grilled, pub grub, just not a dessert beer.
Seasonal Availability: Year Round
Beverage Type: American Pale Ale Of British origin, this style is now popular worldwide and the use of local ingredients, or imported, produces variances in character from region to region. Generally, expect a good balance of malt and hops. Fruity esters and diacetyl can vary from none to moderate, and bitterness can range from lightly floral to pungent.

American versions tend to be cleaner and hoppier, while British tend to be more malty, buttery, aromatic and balanced.

Average alcohol by volume (abv) range: 4.0-7.0%



An original American pale ale, our XPA highlights the subtle, sophisticated flavors and aromas of our Midwestern two-row malt and imported aromatic and Munich malts. Pacific Northwest hops create an extremely balanced beer with a beautiful straw color. And thanks to you baseball fans, the XPA is the best-selling local craft beer at the Phillies ballpark.


FLYING FISH EXTRA PALE ALE


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH FARMHOUSE

ABV: 4.9%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: Spicy foods, fish, salads, and anything you can put on the grill. Also makes a great marinade
Seasonal Availability: Summer

A tribute to the highly drinkable "every day" beers from French-speaking Belgium. Contains Belgian two-row pale malt and 7% wheat. This beer is lightly filtered with an earthy, spicy hop character from imported Styrian Goldings hops and a beautiful rich creamy head from the wheat.


FLYING FISH FARMHOUSE


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH GRAND CRU WINTER RESERVE

ABV: 7.2%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Seasonal Availability: Winter
Beverage Type: Belgian Abbey Style Belgian Pales consume the Belgian brewing scene, and were initially brewed to compete with Pilseners during the WWII time frame. They differ from other regional Pale Ale varieties, by traditionally being less bitter, using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and boasting sweetish to toasty malt overtones. They should be decanted properly, leaving the yeast in the bottle. This will showcase their brilliant color range from pale straw yellow to amber hues. Most will be crowned with thick, clinging, rocky white heads. Flavors and aromas will vary. Some have natural spice characters from yeast and hops, while others are spiced.



This Belgian-style strong golden ale showcases a variety of the ingredients and brewing methods that help differentiate Flying Fish beers. The Grand Cru is fermented at a higher temperature than our other beers adding an undercurrent of fruitiness and clove (although there is no fruit or spice in the beer). Very lightly filtered, the Grand Cru exhibits complex mouthfeel, strong malt flavors, a spicy hop presence and a soothing alcohol warmth, followed by a clean, dry finish. It is excellent with food as well as served by itself. Available October 1 to February 1.


FLYING FISH GRAND CRU WINTER RESERVE


FLYING FISH - FlYING FISH HOPFISH IPA

ABV: 6.2%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Food Pairing: As a pre-dinner drink (hops are a great appetite stimulant), heartier fare, spicy foods, pizza, pub
Seasonal Availability: Year Round
Beverage Type: American Pale Ale The American IPA is a different soul from the reincarnated IPA style. More flavorful than the withering English IPA, color can range from very pale golden to reddish amber. Hops are typically American with a big herbal and / or citric character, bitterness is high as well. Moderate to medium bodied with a balancing malt backbone.



At the request of you hopheads, we produced this I.P.A. with a deep golden color, plenty of hop bitterness balanced by malt sweetness. Because of the extensive dry hopping, there's a floral and citrus hop finish. It's then lightly filtered to maintain the appropriate body and flavor. The beer features a combination of American, English and German malts to balance the large amount of hops. The HopFish also uses three hop varieties at five different times and has been dry-hopped for two weeks with 22lbs of Nugget hops.


FlYING FISH HOPFISH IPA


FLYING FISH - FLYING FISH OKTOBERFISH

ABV: 6%
Category: Craft / Specialty
Seasonal Availability: Fall

First released in 2002, and sold out in two weeks. A tribute to the classic Fest styles of Germany the O'Fish uses European malts hops and yeast. A beautiful reddish color, a savory malt profile and nice hop flavor, make this Fest beer quite drinkable. OktoberFish is great with food and especially great with Lederhosen.


FLYING FISH OKTOBERFISH


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