Founders Centennial IPA Honey Mustard - 17 oz
Item #: CNM130
Our Price: $9.50
27 units available



Well known for its unique offering of specialty beers, laid back atmosphere and great pub food,Founders Brewery has become a staple in the community of Grand Rapids, Michigan.


Founders Centennial IPA Honey Mustard is highly aromatic and packed full of flavor. This sweet and spicy mustard, made with 100% Michigan honey and hoppy Founders Centennial IPA beer will be right at home on your deli platter or used as a distinctive dipping sauce—it has come to be known around the brewery as a pretzel’s best friend.


17 oz jar

Product of Michigan







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