Frenchies Coast Extra IPA

Frenchies Bistro & Brewery

Published August 1, 2019

What do you do if you want to make an IPA that bears some traits of an East Coast IPA and some traits of a West Coast IPA? You cheat, and make the IPA exactly as you want it to taste, and call it a Frenchies Coast Extra IPA.

Five hops bring the blend of flavours that make this beer the hybrid it is - a base of Columbus and Simcoe, aromatics from Centennial and Mosaic, and a flourish of Riwaka from New Zealand. There’s no real haze to speak of, but the sticky pineapple and citrus on the nose give a real feel of NEIPA.

In the mouth, flavours of grapefruit and resin lead to a dry finish more akin to a classic West Coast. The bitterness then hangs around with a hit of lime and a sense that breaking style guidelines can be a good thing.

Mick Wust

Style
IPA
ABV
6.8%
Bitterness
60 IBU
Name
Frenchies Bistro & Brewery
Address

The Cannery
6 / 61-71 Mentmore Avenue
Rosebery
NSW 2018

Phone
02 8964 3171
Regular events

Midweek mussels:
Dinner every Wed; lunch and dinner on Thurs. Mussels, fries and a beer or house red/white wine – $35pp
Bottomless lunches every Sat & Sun:
Unlimited beers or mimosas for two hours, and a shared feast for $85pp

Open Hours

Wednesday: 2pm to 10pm
Thurs to Sat: midday to 11pm
Sunday: midday to 4pm