Time’s running out to get one of the nation’s most unique beers

Corn King IPA at 3 Floyds

The first glass of Corn King IPA, fresh from the tank. Hoppy, citrusy, and crisp.


Kaitlyn Hendricks, Brewers of Indiana Guild board member and 3 Floyds Quality Assurance Analyst, helped lead the charge.

Kaitlyn Hendricks, Brewers of Indiana Guild board member and 3 Floyds Quality Assurance Analyst, helped lead the charge to brew this one-of-a-kind beer for Hoosier beer enthusiasts.


Corn King IPA on the 3 Floyds bottling line

Corn King IPA reporting for duty on the 3 Floyds bottling line. Get your hands on it by joining the IN Beer Brigade.


Today 3 Floyds bottled a one-of-a-kind IPA that represents one of the most unique ways in the nation to support and enjoy craft beer, and time is running out for you to get it.

This morning, Corn King IPA hit 22 oz. bombers and kegs, destined for the tastebuds of IN Beer Brigade members at release parties around the state in October, the first of which will be held at 18th Street Brewing’s stunning Hammond location on Oct. 3, followed by others to be announced this week.

The only way to get Corn King IPA is by enlisting in the IN Beer Brigade. You can’t buy it at 3 Floyds or anywhere else.

Last month, 3 Floyds and Hoosier breweries from across Northwestern Indiana collaborated on the Corn King IPA brew day, mashing in locally grown corn malted by Sugar Creek Malt Co. of Lebanon, IN to create a highly sippable hoppy beer with crisp citrus notes and a smooth finish.

The 74 IBU, 7.3% ABV beer will pair excellently with a Sunday brunch or a local burger.

Enlist in the base membership level for access to buy pints of the beer at the release parties.

Want bottles?

Get a premium membership to receive two complimentary 22 oz. bombers of Corn King IPA at an October release party of your choice.

Want even more?

Enlist for multiple years to save money and lock in your access to future regional collaborations by Indiana brewers every year, including Sun King, Upland, and more.

In addition to a digital membership card which serves as your ticket to the release party you choose, you’ll get a slew of other benefits every year, all while helping Indiana’s craft beer community: Unlike any other membership program in the state, the IN Beer Brigade directly benefits the mission of the Brewers of Indiana Guild, the non-profit trade association that represents and supports Indiana’s craft brewing industry.

Don’t miss out on the IN Beer Brigade Corn King IPA, the first-ever beer of its kind in the country. Enlist now and check out the video below for more.


IN Beer Brigade - 3 Floyds Corn King IPA in pint and bottle


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