Bauhaus Brew Labs Introduces Y’allarhorn IPA

Y’allarhorn is a wonderfully juicy IPA with massive hop flavor and aroma but without any assertive bitterness.

With a relatively simple grain bill of pilsner and Vienna malts, along with a large percentage of protein malts like wheat and oats, this beer has a smooth, pillowy texture complimented by intensely juicy hop flavors and fruity yeast esters.

What really makes this beer unique is the use of Norwegian Kveik yeast, an exciting new strain that recently became available to brewers in the US. Kveik has been used by Norwegian farmhouse brewers to ferment beer for centuries, and has quickly become a favorite for brewing extra juicy IPAs given the intensely estery profile it imparts with higher fermentation temperatures.

The Minnesota brewery fermented this beer at the top of the Hornindal Kveik strain’s range (around 95ºF). The result is a juicy, flavor-forward IPA with a smooth mouthfeel and a pleasantly dry finish.

  • Malts: Pilsner, Vienna, Wheat, Oats, Carapils
  • Hops: Aroma: Azacca, Cascade, Comet || Dry Hop: Azacca Cascade Comet || Bittering: NONE
  • Yeast: Hornindal Kveik
  • ABV: 7.0%
  • IBU: 70

Y’allarhorn will be available in 16 oz. tallboy 4-packs at select retailers and will be on draft at select bars and restaurants across the Twin Cities starting Monday, July 29. Those who want to get a sneak peek can find it on draft at Bauhaus’ Northeast Minneapolis taproom starting now.

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