What is hop peak IPA?
Additionally, Hop Peak IPA is one of the more labor-intensive beers that we craft. From breaking bails of whole-cone hops to dry hopping, everything must be conducted with meticulous attention to detail, and I think that effort makes the beer all the more enjoyable and satisfying to drink.”
What is your favorite IPA right now?
“My favorite IPA right now would be literally any IPA by Burial Beer in Asheville, North Carolina. They are constantly on the forefront of the IPA train that is super dense right now, so that’s saying something.
What does a pine-flavored IPA taste like?
This one is a throwback to the good old days of pine flavored IPA’s. Pine and resin are the main aromas followed by citrus, and tropical hops in the foreground. Candy malt backbone to support the beer. Slight astringency. Strong bitterness that last for a while.
Do you prefer northeast or West Coast IPA?
“I’m from the West Coast and still prefer a bitter, clean, nearly clear IPA versus the softer, fruit-flavor-forward, Northeast-style that’s risen in popularity over the recent years. My experience in the beer industry has taught me that fresh beer is the best beer—this is especially true with IPAs.