A new england style ipa using 6 hop varietals lending to a citrus and tropical fruit finish.
The flavors are big, yet very balanced between fresh hops and malt. often described as “grapefruit,” our hops give this beer an excellent citrus flavor that finishes dry, crisp, and clean.
Expect huge hits of citrus and pine aromas layered over a bright malt backbone. perfect for a day on the water.
Tart freshness of grapefruit perfectly complements our ipa’s citrusy hop character.
Delivers a payload of good ol’ american hops straight to your pallet, bursting forth with the flavors of grapefruit and pineapple.
Flavor and aroma hops prevail. not overly bitter with a distinctively dry yet refreshing finish, this american ipa has a unique flavor that has quickly won-over hopheads and non-hopheads alike.
Collective project hazy ipa dialed in the simcoe and mosaic hops and malt balance to optimize this juicy ipa’s pleasantly fruit forward (think citrus and melon) taste and aroma.
Hops are typically american with a big herbal and / or citric character, bitterness is high as well. moderate to medium bodied with a balancing malt backbone.
big, bracing, piney hop flavors meet a tropical bouquet of eureka, denali, nugget, citra, and mosaic hops.
this wheat ipa became part of the line-up due to popular demand. intensely hoppy, but the wheat base creates a sweet, smooth balance making this an easy-drinking ipa.
Pale ale brewed with plentiful amounts of apricots and chamomile. a collaboration beer with chef cleetus friedman of city provisions.
The hopping is pure starglow energy, with chinook to bitter and late and dry additions of citra and amarillo. space dust is out of this world!
Hopped exclusively with the centennial hop varietal from the pacific northwest, massive additions in the kettle and again in the fermenter lend their characteristic grapefruit and pine resin aromas.
American-style india pale ales are perceived to have medium-high to intense hop bitterness, flavor and aroma with medium-high alcohol content. the style is further characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney, resinous, or sulfur-like american-variety hop character. note that one or more of these american-variety hop characters is the perceived end, but the hop characters may be a result of the skillful use of hops of other national origins. the use of water with high mineral content results in a crisp, dry beer. this pale gold to deep copper-colored ale has a full, flowery hop aroma and may have a strong hop flavor (in addition to the perception of hop bitterness). india pale ales possess medium maltiness which contributes to a medium body. fruity-ester flavors and aromas are moderate to very strong. diacetyl can be absent or may be perceived at very low levels. chill and/or hop haze is allowable at cold temperatures. (english and citrus-like american hops are considered enough of a distinction justifying separate american-style ipa and english-style ipa categories or subcategories. hops of other origins may be used for bitterness or approximating traditional american or english character. see english-style india pale ale
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