Left Hand Ale, English-Style India Pale, 400 Pound Monkey
Why does the world need another IPA? Because this one ain't like them others. We use hops of a different color, earthy and herbal, well-balanced by bready malt. The result? An English-style IPA that separates itself from the ubiquitous bunch. Cartloads of bitter monkeys flinging wasteful amounts of bananas into the jungle, we're so done with that. Sometimes you're not in the mood for what everyone else is having. Facebook. Twitter. Left Hand Brewing Company has been brewing world-class award-winning beers since its founding in 1993. We see our beers as a wonderful liquid food to complement meals and social occasions. We strive for the perfect balance and harmony between malt and hops in every beer - from our lightest to our darkest - allowing our consumers a truly unique flavor experience in every glass. The name Left Hand comes from the Arapahoe Indian word Niwot which means left hand. Niwot was a Southern Arapahoe Indian Chief who wintered with his tribe in the Boulder Valley area of Colorado. There is a town, a creek, a canyon, a mountain and now an award-winning brewery named after Chief Niwot. Next time you're in Colorado be sure to swing by our brewery at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont. Enjoy a few pints in our Tasting Room, either inside in the comfortable surroundings or outside on our patios, soaking in the year-round Colorado sunshine. Beer and brewery merchandise is available for purchase to take home. Tours are given on weekends (call ahead for times). Our brewery is available for special events and group tours by appointment. Visit our website at www.lefthandbrewing.com.