Other Half Brewing & Sand City Brewing | All Infinity Everything
Start spreading the news. I’m leaving today. I want to be a part of it, a New York beer line! Yes, that’s right. On my most recent trip to New York City, I woke up ridiculously early to make the drive for a the release of All Infinity Everything at Other Half Brewing Company in Brooklyn. Trust me, when you see this brewery is doing a can release while you are planning on being in the area, you go.
Having opened their doors in 2014, Other Half Brewing Company developed a cult following for their hoppy beers. But don’t let that mindset steer you away from trying any of their other selections. They are passionate about their beers and often team up with other breweries to help propel the beer industry forward. If you can’t make it to one of their can releases, they also have a taproom so you can try their beer directly from the source.
As I stood in line, I was most excited to get my hands on All Infinity Everything, an Imperial IPA. For this particular beer, they joined forces with Sand City Brewing Company in Northport, NY to create a juice bomb of a beer. Other Half took the hops from some of their best-known beers and combined them to create an impressive hop bill consisting of Amarillo, Motueka, Citra, Mosiac and Galaxy. Plenty of oats and wheat were also added.
All Infinity Everything has a fantastic aroma of hops mixed with a blend of tropical and citrus fruits. While drinking, you’ll pick up alluring hints of tangerines, mangoes and oranges, among other fruits. All the fruity notes help add a great depth of flavor to the beer. The finish is slightly bitter with a bite on the back end. It has a nice, creamy body and a hazy pour that makes it well-balanced and extremely flavorful.
With an ABV of 8.7%, this is not a beer that you’ll want to drink all day long, but it’s a great beer to kick back and relax with after a long day.
Overall, All Infinity Everything is a solid beer, so keep your eyes on their social media accounts and fingers crossed this makes another round of releases.
Feature Image Credit: Other Half Brewing Company