Von Ebert Brewing, has released their year-round draft beer Sector 7 IPA for the first time in cans. The hazy IPA has been one of the best selling beers at Von Ebert’s two Portland locations and is now making it’s debut in 16oz package form.
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Von Ebert uses Citra, Idaho 7, and Simcoe hops in Sector 7, which clocks in at 7% ABV and 45 IBUs. This combination of hops helps give the beer the tropical fruit, dank, and citrus flavors – and low bitterness – that beer lovers can expect when enjoying it.
Sector 7 is available now in cans and on draft at both Von Ebert locations – Glendoveer and the Pearl.
Von Ebert Brewing sits at the crossroads where storied traditions meet bold new ideas in brewing. Independently owned and operated, Portland, OR, based Von Ebert produces award-winning beers in a variety of styles. In addition to modern IPAs and crisp lagers, the oak-aged, bottle-conditioned heritage beer program sets the brewery apart. All of the beers pair perfectly with the elevated American pub cuisine served at both brewpub locations. For more information, please visit www.vonebertbrewing.com.
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