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Farm to Market IPA

This West Coast IPA has aromas of tangerine, kiwi and berry with a dry, crisp finish.

Made in collaboration with pFriem Family Brewers, this West Coast IPA has aromas of tangerine, kiwi and berry with a dry, crisp finish.

The Farm to Market Series began in 2015 to celebrate Zupan’s 40th anniversary and throughout the years has featured exclusive bottlings created in partnership with local breweries including Breakside, Wayfinder, Laurelwood & more.

Zupan’s Markets has partnered with pFriem Family Brewers for the 2nd time to develop this 23rd beer in the Farm-to-Market lineup.

Sipping this tasty IPA is like wandering the aisles of Zupan’s – there’s crafty goodness at every turn. Aromas of tangerine, kiwi and berry greet your palate, followed by a dry, crisp finish. Like Zupan’s, this IPA is a Northwest treasure.

6.7% ABV | 16oz

Tasting Notes: This beautiful IPA pours a bright golden color with intense aromatics of sweet oranges, tart pomelos, and ripe kiwi. On the palate this beer dances brightly with hints of tropical fruit and bright hops, leaving you wanting another sip. 

Pairing Notes: Citrus-marinated pork chops, green papaya salad, Thai chicken larb with lime and fresh herbs, any bright, fresh and spicy flavors will make your tastebuds sing! 

$15.25 4-pack, $4.99 can

Beer is exclusively available at all three Zupan’s Markets.

About pFriem
pFriem Family Brewers (pronounced “freem”) is a Northwest and Belgian-inspired 15-barrel brewery and tasting room in Hood River, OR. Founded in 2012 by Josh pFriem, Ken Whiteman and Rudy Kellner. Best known for artisanal beers influenced by the great brewers of Belgium while staying true to homegrown roots in the Pacific Northwest, pFriem craft brews are unmistakably unique in both flavor and balance.


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