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Octopus Tree brings us Goliath Beer

Launching June 5, Octopus Tree and Dangerous Man Brewing Co. bring to the world “Goliath Experimental Double IPA.”

Octopus Tree is a new publisher working to bring indie titles to the masses, while Dangerous Man Brewing Co., is an award-winning brewery out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.dangerous man

Goliath Experimental Double IPA Tasting Notes

The Goliath Experimental Double IPA was crafted to mimic key features of the Goliath video game, which encourages players to experiment with their gameplay style in order to build new and more powerful giant robots. Goliath Experimental Double IPA was brewed with new several hop varietals to create a big, bold flavor, including Citra, Simcoe, Amarillo and Mosaic hops, as well as Dangerous Man’s first-ever usage of the new TNT hop.

  • Appearance: Rich gold, bordering on copper.
  • Aroma: Rich tropical overtones followed by stone fruits and finishing notes of citrus.
  • Flavor: Dominant notes of tropical fruit, with currents of stone fruits and citrus. The sturdy malt backbone provides a delicate counterpoint to the massive hop-forward presentation, which is both bracing and smooth.

Launch Party and Beer Release
The Dangerous Man Brewing Co. taproom will host a launch party for Octopus Tree on Sunday, June 5 from noon – 8 pm.During the party, which is open to the public, visitors will be able to purchase bottles of Goliath Experimental Double IPA from the Dangerous Man Growler Shop or experience on tap inside the taproom. Visitors will also be able to play Octopus Tree’s first three games, the recently released Goliath and Robot Arena III, as well as the upcoming Buildanauts. The Dangerous Man Brewing Co. taproom is located at:  1300 NE 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Goliath is available on Steam for $19.99.

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