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Brewed with lactose and finished with blood orange puree, Orange Creamsicle Milkshake IPA has a silky-smooth mouthfeel reminiscent of creamy orange sherbet to the delight of many beer fans.

Iron Hill Brewery Brings Back Orange Creamsicle Milkshake IPA for Summer

Iron Hill Brewery is bringing back Orange Creamsicle (ABV 7%), a hazy, juicy, and creamy Milkshake IPA that tastes just like the iconic and popular summertime ice cream treat.  First released in the Summer of 2021 as a limited run, this beer sold out within just a few weeks of its debut. This year, Iron Hill Brewery doubled its efforts to make it available at all Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant and TapHouse locations, as well as at hundreds of beer, wine, and liquor retailers throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Beer fans can grab 16 oz. four-packs as soon as Friday, July 1st.

Brewed with lactose and finished with blood orange puree, Orange Creamsicle Milkshake IPA has a silky-smooth mouthfeel reminiscent of creamy orange sherbet to the delight of many beer fans. One sip and you will be hooked. The can artwork features a fantastical hop-inspired ice cream man bursting out of an orange beer truck hoisting a creamsicle in one hand and a beer in the other. The playful nature of the artwork reflects the revelry of experimentation and delight of discovery for beer drinkers.

Membership has its privileges as King of the Hill rewards members will receive exclusive early access to the beer on Thursday, June 30 as well as early access to the keepsake Orange Creamsicle Tee emblazoned with the hop-inspired ice cream man and orange beer truck. They will be available for purchase to all additional Iron Hill beer fans on July 1st in all Iron Hill locations.

“Our brewery team worked relentlessly to get the right flavor and creamy mouthfeel balanced with the hops of an IPA. Beer fans all have the same reaction when they taste it – ‘WOW’. In its debut last summer at Iron Hill locations, it was sold out within 3 weeks. So we brewed a lot more this year to keep up with demand and to release to the retail market,” says Mark Edelson, Founder, and VP of Beer.

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