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“Hits all the right notes that I like. Juicy but not in your face.”

Swinging the Lamp Reviews

The newest favorite in our rotating IPA series, Swinging the Lamp, is back! Currently available in the Tasting Room, it’ll be available throughout New Jersey beginning next week, and Pennsylvania in the beginning of December.

Juicy, soft, exotic — Swinging the Lamp is a Double New England-style IPA brewed with Golden Promise, wheat, and oats; aggressively hopped with Moutere, Rakau, and Motueka; and fermented at 100° thanks to the wildly unique Hornindal Kveik yeast. With a gentle background hint of cedar and strong notes of juicy pineapple and stonefruits, Swinging the Lamp is a bold and unique offering in the sea of IPAs.

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“It's definitely a unique DNEIPA in the sea of them out there these days.”

Swinging the Lamp

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you’re going to want a beer that will stand up to the barrage of sweet and savory deliciousness that will fill your plate next week. From turkey to green bean casserole to cranberry sauce and stuffing, you’ll want a beer that will play off of all of those flavors well.

And, odds are that, once you’ve gathered around the Thanksgiving table, you may hear one or two stories being told, all with varying degrees of believability. You’ll need a beer to get you through all of that, as well.

With Swinging the Lamp, we may have overshot our mark. 

Our newest double New England IPA, Swinging the Lamp is filled with strong notes of juicy pineapple and stonefruits, backed up by a gentle hint of cedar and coconuts from our Hornindal Kveik yeast.

And with a seafaring name that refers to telling unbelievable stories — the theory is that the more the lamps slung from the deckhead begin to swing, the more the storyteller is exaggerating — you can call your family out when they start… you know… swinging the lamp.

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