Big Rock Brewery - Citradelic Single Hop IPA

Brewmaster's Notes


American IPA







Key Ingredients:

  • Hops: Citra
  • Malt: English and Canadian Malts


Copper colour with a lasting ivory head


Distinct NW hop characteristics of citrus zest and ripe tropical fruit


Medium bodied with a medium dry finish


Smooth citrus and tropical tones from the Citra hops supports the smooth bitterness

Food Pairing:

Game birds, spicy food (think Thai or Indian curry), or anything fried and fatty like fries, corn dogs, chips, and mixed nuts.

Beer Story

Repeated heavy dosing and dry hopping brings out the smooth citrus and tropical tones of the Citra hop.

 “The inspiration for this beer came to me when I visited the hop fields of Yakima Valley during harvest. Even before I tasted the first batch, the smell of those hops had me spinning.”  ~Brewmaster Jody Hammell


British Columbia

Music Pairing

Artist: Animals

Crunchy IPA Kim Chi


  • 4 lbs daikon radish
  • 25 ml sugar
  • 25 ml salt
  • 25 ml garlic, minced
  • 25 ml green onion, chopped
  • 40 ml fish sauce
  • 150 ml chili flakes
  • 30 ml Citradelic IPA
  • 15 ml radish juice


Executive Chef Alex ‘Beer Belly’ Newton loves experimenting with utilizing beer as an ingredient in his dishes. Thanks to Chef Beer Belly for sharing this one with us...

First, peel the daikon radish and cut into round wheels, then cut the wheels into bite size cubes and add to a large mixing bowl. Add your sugar and salt both into the bowl and set aside for 30 minutes. Measure out all other spices and ingredients.After 30 minutes has passed, strain and save the liquid from the bowl of chopped radish (15 ml) into another bowl or container. Finally, add the rest of the ingredients and spices to the bowl with the daikon as well as the saved radish juice. Mix the daikon thoroughly and place into an airtight jar (or Rubbermaid container) continuing to press the daikon tightly into the container to ensure most air has been removed between the pieces. Leave on the kitchen counter for a period of 24-36 hours to allow time for kim chi to ferment. Once said time has passed, kim chi is ready to eat and be refrigerated.

Enjoy with Citradelic Single Hop Citra IPA!

(Shelf Life: 21 Days)

Recipe developed by Chef Alex Newton // Big Rock Urban Eatery

Movie Pairing

Dazed and Confused

Director: Richard Linklater

Starring:  Jason London, Wiley Wiggins, Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich

More Info: Movie Trailer