Seven Stills "Eight Pounds Per BBL (Batch 2 - 4/16/18)" Hazy Double IPA, California (16oz cans)

SKU #1354789

We're starting it off with a throw back! Thats right, our December Hazy IPA release, 8 Pounds per BBL, was such a hit that we had to bring it back for the people. Now, granted, we're not big fans of repeating ourselves, so we still had to retool it a little bit. Nothing drastic, just a completely different hop bill with more of an emphasis towards "dank" pine and grapefruit peel than to the straight pineapple juice that the last release had. In fact, with the addition of Simcoe, Denali and El Dorado, that "dankness" is probably gonna be the first thing that pops up and the last thing that hangs around on the back. Still a complete haze-bomb, this round of 8#'s is a testament to our continued goal of finding that perfect balance of dry-hopping and bitterness to satiate even the most scrutinous of hop-heads. One thing is certain, when the ABA finally moved Juicy/Hazy IPA's in to the official category listing a few weeks ago, they pretty much described 8#'s to a T. (Producer Notes)

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Alcohol Content (%): 7