Soooo ... Obviously The Iron Press Costa Mesa couldn't just let the Anaheim Crew have all the fun.  Thats why we are bringing the off-the-chain Alpine Brew right to our Costa Mesians' neighborhood.  What do you think guys? A little side by side of some mountain brewed awesomeness? Come on by Tuesday, February 10, 2015 after 5pm at our Costa Mesa location.  Don't forget, #HoppyHour is from 3-6 so you have plenty of time to pre game before you jump into this flight de Alpine.

McIlhenney's Irish Red- 6% ABV, 13 IBU
Alpine's most versatile beer. Good to drink, as well as cook with. Light
enough to quench a thirst and complex enough to accompany fine dining.
Carmel malty sweet fades to a chocolate roasty finish and dry from a touch
of rye.

Duet- 7% ABV, 45 IBU
Their original single West Coast IPA made with Simcoe and Amarillo hops
'n harmony.  This simpatico blend will make you sing!

Hoppy Birthday- 5.25%,
An American Pale Ale and "The Most Celebrated Beer In The World".  This
deicious Pale is finished off by a dry hopping (like an IPA) and has a
delicious hints of grapefruit and pine.

Nelson- 7%ABV
A Golden Rye IPA with an outstanding hop from New Zealand, Nelson Sauvin,
is generously used throughout the brewing and dry-hopping of this unique
beer. European rye is added for a smooth, malty addition to flavor.

Alpine Ale- 5.5%ABV, 32 IBU
Alpine's namesake pale ale represents everything a good, well balanced
pale ale should be: malty but not too sweet, refreshing but not too
bitter, full-bodied but not too heavy, lively but not over carbonated. A
clean, everyday beer that leaves your palate begging for more.

Captain Stout- 6%ABV, 31 IBU
A delicious chocolate oatmeal dry stout- The Captain is leader of a fire
crew. This beer takes charge of your taste buds with its rich flavor.
Roasty malt character that has hints of chocolate and coffee which
balances the smooth, velvety finish. The thick, creamy head lasts and
lasts, leaving lace in your glass as your beer disappears. This beer pairs
well with food. Great with dinner or as breakfast or even with a rich
vanilla-bean ice cream.

-The Iron Press Crew