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Friday, April 19, 2024

Brew master releases Hobson Oak White Peach Wood IPA


Above / Joe Condon of Noon Whistle Brewing presents a fresh can of Hobson Oak White Peach Wood IPA. (Photo courtesy Mary Lou Wehrli)

Naperville Outdoor Alliance toasts the latest Hobson Oak beer created by Noon Whistle Brewing, a craft brewery located at 1748 W. Jefferson Avenue in Naperville.
The partnership will provide individuals and families with opportunities to improve physical and mental well-being, and to achieve balance through outdoor experiences and recreation.
The work of Naperville Outdoor Alliance, a charitable tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, includes support for the Riding for Focus bicycle program at Naperville North High School, and Naperville Park District Fee Assistance Program giving residents experiencing financial hardships the opportunity to enjoy recreation programs. 
Hobson Oak White Peach Wood IPA is available on draft and to-go 16 oz. 4-packs.
Legacy Hobson Oak is pictured along Hobson Road. Back when the tree came down in late autumn of 2016, care was given to save limbs for perpetuity, possibly to be used for lumber, woodworking, furniture, art and other creative projects—including craft beer. (PN File Photo)
The beer has been conditioned with Hobson Oak wood staves rescued from the legacy burr oak that stood along Hobson Road near Greene Road. The IPA boasts nuanced oak flavors, fermented with succulent white peaches, and balanced hop additions that elevate the beer’s complexity without overpowering its delicate flavors.
Mary Lou Wehrli and Matt Sharritt of Naperville Outdoor Alliance hold a piece of Hobson Oak. (Photo courtesy Mary Lou Wehrli)
“It’s exciting to taste the unique complexity of oak tannins and sweet peach while the beverage honors local history and contributes to our mission in support of outdoor recreation,” said Matt Sharritt, president of Naperville Outdoor Alliance.
For more information, contact Matt Sharritt at (630) 280-4547 or visit www.NapervilleOutdoorAlliance.org.  

Comments from Social Media:

I have a chair, two tables and a bowl from this tree! —Gail Niermeyer
I created a cutting board for my mom out of my wood! We had the original beer too! —Monica Mickelson Hernandez

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