Cisco Brewers, a US-based craft brewery, has expanded its product offering by launching a spring seasonal ale, Pint Break Double India Pale Ale (IPA).

Featuring 8.7% alcohol by volume (ABV) and 60 IBU, Pint Break is well-balanced hoppy and fruit-forward and refreshing Indian pale ale.

Cisco Brewers brand manager Neil Carroll said: “Winters in the Northeast can be damn cold, and Pint Break Double IPA is the perfect beer to enjoy while waiting for the early spring thaw.

“The name evokes Cisco Brewer’s coastal heritage and the laid-back water culture that encourages taking a break to enjoy a delicious pint.”

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The company adds that its IPA, brewed using a blend, contains citra, galaxy, simcoe and mosaic hops that lend fruit-forward hints.

Packed in 16oz cans, Pint Break Double IPA is available for purchase in a pack of four and will also be available on draft across the Northeast.

Going forward, the craft brewery intends to distribute new beers in the market, such as Whale’s Tale Pale Ale, Getaway IPA and Gripah grapefruit IPA, in this packaging format.

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Established in 1995 near Cisco Beach, Cisco Brewers is the first and only craft brewery in Nantucket region.

In addition to Nantucket location, Cisco Brewers also operates its brewpub, which is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and other seasonal pop-up pubs throughout New England.