Peoria Fire, Artisan Brewery collaborate on craft brew

Sirens Red IPA available now

Posted 9/21/20

Peoria Artisan Brewery, at 10144 W. Lake Pleasant Parkway, has released its collaboration brew with the Peoria Fire-Medical Department.

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Peoria Fire, Artisan Brewery collaborate on craft brew

Sirens Red IPA available now

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Peoria Artisan Brewery, at 10144 W. Lake Pleasant Parkway, has released its collaboration brew with the Peoria Fire-Medical Department.

Sales of Sirens Red IPA benefit Peoria Firefighters Charities, a nonprofit started in 2000.

“Crafted with Marris Otter, Munich, Carafoam and Crystal Malts - you get a slightly bready aroma as you approach the beer,” Peoria Artisan Brewery describes on its Facebook page. “Sirens is aggressively hopped with  Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra which leave a lingering bitterness on your tongue.”

Firefighter captain Jesse Anderson and PAB head brewer Kim Schoenberg also added fresh red beet juice to enhance the color. The beer pours with a slightly off-white head and finishes crisp.

The brew is available only while supplies last.

This is the second collaboration of Sirens Red between Peoria Fire-Medical and Peoria Artisan Brewery, which raised $1,000 with the inaugural batch.