Can you please share the carb and sugar content? Thanks!
Hi! There are 16 gm of carbs and 17 gm sugars per 12 oz can. These sugars are naturally derived from the brewers malt that we us (mostly maltose), and we do not add any sugar. Hope that helps!
Love the beer. But it's July and there's sediment in the 6 pack I just bought at a local liquor store. I thought this issue was being addressed months ago. It's a PITA to use a coffee filter to strain the sediment out. And it's a waste of beer. Code on the bottom of the can is 22230 05:19. What's the deal?
Hi Jim, Thanks for sharing your feedback, and glad you like the taste of Indiewave. We have addressed the sediment in Indiewave and our next batch of beer does not have the sediment (this specific batch coincides with us rolling out our cardboard 6-pack carriers, so that is how you can tell it's the new batch). Hope you will give this next batch a try!
It's just like an IPA, but I can have one anytime. Want another beer before bed, but don't want to regret it the next day...this is the ONE.
If the sediment in your Indiewave has anything to do with it’s flavor please don’t change a thing. It’s a great tasting beer, thank you.
Hi Steve, Thanks for your review; we are happy to hear you love Indiewave! We also wanted to let you know that the sediment you saw is colloidal natural haze, which is a combination of protein and polyphenols that form sediment when the IPA is heavily dry-hopped. Safe to drink, but not how we want it to look, so we have adjusted steps in the brewing process so that new batches do not have sediment.
I have been off real beer for two years now and have tried several NAs. Some good some bad. This is the best tasting IPA I have drank, but oh man the amount of yeast floating in the beer was crazy. Im hoping the rest of this six pack does not have this problem. I poured a glass and let it sit for a bit and had over 1/4in settled in the bottom.
Brent, thanks for the review! The sediment you noticed in our alcohol-free Indiewave IPA is colloidal natural haze, which is a combination of protein and polyphenols that form clumps when the IPA is heavily dry-hopped. It is safe to drink, but not how we want Indiewave to look, so we have improved our brewing process our IPA does not have this heavier sediment. We will follow up with you privately with more details.