As throngs of barefooted, shag-follicled Deadzoids assembled on Patchoguearth to exist within quasi-liturgical dancevibe circles and allow musical spirit infiltration from Jam Stampede, Michael Glabicki Trio and Mickey Hart Band, Blue Point Brewing Company celebrated its thirteenth year in operation—the longest of any active Long Island brewery—with the debut of White On! IPA.
“Brewed with wheat for a Belgian twist,” the 6.0% ABV experimental batch of the tentatively-named, “unfiltered European style white ale with a fresh American IPA finish” was poured alongside Blue Point’s entire current portfolio by co-founder and president, Pete Cotter.
The official name and profile of White On! IPA will be “released shortly,” according to director of branding and communications, Curt Potter.
And now for the bad-ass, cigar-gutting dude who resembles Jerry Garcia: