In a filing with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) on April 29th, Hackettstown, NJ's Man Skirt Brewing received approval for a can label for No England Brut IPA.
No England is a 6% ABV , 29 IBU Brut IPA that first debuted on draft at the brewery in January. Label art for No England reads, "What is a Brut IPA? Clean, crisp, dry, and a beautiful light straw color. No England isn't a NEIPA with a fancy name - it's the real deal. Enjoy in a flute, while playing the flute, or any other way you like." When we reached out to Man Skirt for details, they described No England with the following description: "Like a fine Champagne, our Brut IPA is clean, crisp, dry, and a beautiful light straw color. It's how Man Skirt brews a NEIPA: No England IPA."
No England is the second can offering in Man Skirt's "Under The Kilt" series after Rose Madder was released in March. In describing the "Under The Kilt" series, Man Skirt says, "Take a peek under the kilt to find Man Skirt Brewing's creative side. Seasonal, unusual, delicious, our Under The Kilt Series brings our passion to you."
When asked when we could expect a release, Man Skirt told us, "it goes into cans on Thursday, May 9."