Three Sunken Engines IPA by Iron Rail Brewing in Kansas, United States

About Three Sunken Engines IPA by Iron Rail Brewing

An intense citrusy hop aroma and bitterness dominates this style with some slight malty sweetness along with a pound per barrel of Citra hops in the fermenter gives pleasant fruity citrus flavors, tangerine, mango, grapefruit and pineapple.

During the ‘51 flood, the railroad placed engines on top of the bridge to keep it from washing away. The flood waters proved too strong and three engines sunk into the Kansas River. Two engines were recovered, but engine 4076 remains there to this day.


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