2-row barley, crystal/caramel malt
Blanc, Cascade, Sterling
Co-fermentation with 2 different fruit forward ale strains
14.25 Plato (1.058)
Boasting an intense hoppy nose of citrus and tropical fruit, this drinkable IPA will satisfy your hop fix anytime of the day. Named after Key Biscayne’s Cape Florida lighthouse, better known to locals as “El Farito”.
Named after Key Biscayne’s beloved Cape Florida Lighthouse, nicknamed “El Farito” by locals. Originally built in 1825, it is the oldest structure in Miami Dade. El Farito has been recommissioned, rebuilt, restored, and relit numerous times throughout its history. It is a beacon that stands as a symbol of Miami’s endurance.
El Farito shines the hue of a golden sunset, and boasts an intense hoppy nose of citrus and tropical fruit. A firm but smooth bitterness, and undertones of light biscuit and honey linger throughout. This bright IPA will satisfy your hop fix anytime of day.