Our double dry hopped hazy IPA is now available.
We begin this post with another message from our founder Brock Wagner.
Wow. I am SO embarrassed. Here I had just shared my thoughts on current trends when I discovered this. I am shocked, shocked by this turn of events. Nobody tells me anything here.
Saint Arnold Brewing Company
And now, for a special announcement. Uh, sorry, Brock.
When we undertook to make Not A Collaboration double dry hopped hazy IPA – while not collaborating – we had the same goal we always have with recipe development: create a truly world class beer. We went through 24 test brews and multiple permutations of hops and how to produce the requisite amount of (feel free to insert eye roll) haze. We had many 10:00 AM tasting panels and more than a few lively discussions. As we focused the final recipe, we ended up with a wonderful and surprising variety of hops in the beer: Centennial, Citra and Hallertau Blanc.
Not A Collaboration pours an opaque, gold/orange hue with a white head. The aroma bursts with a mixture of citrus, tropical fruit, and beautiful white grape character from the German hops. The flavor is an upfront citrus bomb with a mix of mango and juicy pineapple notes. The overall soft bitterness still provides a balanced hop flavor, which seems to mimic the pulp of the juice, but it doesn’t linger too long.
Not A Collaboration comes in at 7.1% ABV. It will available in four packs of 16 oz cans and on draft at select bars and restaurants. It will also be available on tap in our Beer Hall. (While supplies last.)
For best results, enjoy immediately!