The Brew Kettle in Strongsville Teams Up with the Cavs for IPA Release

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Combining some of the greatest things about Cleveland — The Cavs! Local craft beer! Timely marketing opportunities! —- a new IPA is set to sate our appetites next month.

The Cavs and Strongville's own Brew Kettle are teaming up on a new recipe — the "All For One" session IPA — that will hit streets March 25. You'll be able to find the beverage on tap and in bottles at the Q, the Brew Kettle and at Heinen's stores throughout Cleveland (go check out the new downtown location when it opens this Wednesday, by the way).



From the Cavs:
This special beer is a hop forward brew without the bite (4.75% ABV, 35 IBUs). It’s packed with big fruity, citrus flavor and brewed with the addition of the spicy character of rye malt.

Jack Kephart, head brewer at The Brew Kettle stated, “We wanted to brew a Session IPA that was truly ‘One For All.’ Our goal was to give 'All For One' the hop flavor and aroma of a typical IPA in a lower ABV, but with a lower perception of bitterness that the casual beer drinker would find approachable.” 
Sounds awesome. 

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