International Praise for TUPPERS’ HOP POCKET ALE:

All About Beer, September 1995, British Beer Author MICHAEL JACKSON:
	“Outstanding flowery hop aroma.  Medium to full body.  Smooth with a good malt background but dominated by the hop.  It is called “Hop Pocket Ale” after all.  Some hop flavor, but tremendously appetizing bitterness.  The flavors seemed to meld, then explode again in a late surge of hoppiness. aperitif beer.”   

The Simon & Schuster Pocket Guide to Beer, 6th Edition by Michael Jackson:
	“Astonishingly aromatic”  ***>**** (“Worth seeking out > World Classic”)
David Lynch, “America’s 20 Best Breweries”  Food and Wine, June 1998:
	“The headliner is the intensely aromatic Tuppers’ Hop Pocket Ale”

Smart Money, August 2000:
	“Inspired cult-level praise from our aficionados”  

Atlanta Journal Constitution, 1998:
	“Beer of the Year”  

American Heritage Magazine, July 2002:
	One of America’s Ten Best Beers

  American Pale Ale,  Great American Beer Festival, 1997

A world-renowned American Pale Ale.    


Brewed for Tuppers’ Hop Pocket Beers, Bethesda, Maryland
by The Old Dominion Brewing Co. Ashburn, Virginia
Hop Pocket Ale
Amber-gold in color with a huge hop aroma.  Striking hop and deep malt flavors, yet remarkably smooth.
6% alcohol by volume
55+ IBU
Dry Hopped
Bottle and Keg Conditioned
Six week conditioning process (most ales take 6 to 8 days).