Land-Grant commemorates milestone with Batch 300

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In late 2014, the Land-Grant Brewing Company brewed their first batch of beer and opened the doors to their Franklinton taproom one month later. Today (April 27), Land-Grant will debut their 300th batch, and will mark the milestone with the release of a new Imperial IPA, appropriately named Batch 300.

“It took us almost exactly two years to get to our 200th batch, so when we started discussing upcoming beers, I was surprised to be planning for 300 after only another six months,” said Founder and President Adam Benner in a statement.

Batch 300 is a single malt Imperial IPA only utilizing Floor Malted Bohemian Pilsner Malt. The beer also showcases hop aromas and flavors new to Land-Grant, with the team adding 22lbs of Moteuka hops to the whirlpool. Mixed with Citra and Mosaic hops, Land-Grant describes the beer as having a tropical ‘mojito lime’ hop character.

“We added the most dry hops per barrel we ever have, 3.5 pounds, which should really make this beer something special,” said brewer Justin Reik in a statement. “Here’s to 300 more.”

Batch 300 Imperial IPA is a limited release, available both in cans and on draft, launching today at the Land-Grant taproom. Batch 300 will be available in select accounts across Columbus beginning May 1.

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