Propeller – Summit Cold IPA (473ml)

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Beer Category

    Hoppy Beer

  • Beer Style

    Cold IPA

  • Country


  • Region

    Nova Scotia

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  • Size


  • ABV


  • Tasting Notes


First opening their doors in 1997, Propeller Brewing Company has gone from a small brewery on Gottingen St. brewing a Pale Ale and an Extra Special Bitter to become one of the largest brewery’s in Nova Scotia and a driving force in this industry. Owner John Allen has allowed the business to grow and branch into multiple locations and a comprehensive product line that includes beer, ready to drink cocktails, and craft sodas. They have won awards both locally and nationally for a wide array of products and continue to experiment with new styles and old favourites.

Tasting Notes

A modern IPA showcasing the exploratory HBC 586 hop, delivering flavours of mango, guava, lychee, and citrus. A cooler fermentation and light body leads to a brisk and clean finish.


These days, “IPA” can mean a lot of things. In the case of the Cold IPA, the idea is to produce a beer that features all of the vibrant hop aromatics and flavours that any IPA should be known for, but to make the mouthfeel and texture much more light and crisp – like a lager.

To achieve this, rice or corn can be used to lighten the body. But the real key is that the style is often fermented with lager yeasts (they make the finished beer more crisp and refreshing), then the beer sees a long cold conditioning (lagering) before release. Both lager fermentation, and the process of lagering are done at very cold temperatures – hence the name.

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