Reminiscent of an early 2000’s new idea cut out, we like to think this cardboard feature of Dave shows not only his level of excitement for our latest IPA creation, but everyone down here at the BeerHall.
Inspired by a few of his favourite IPA’s over the journey, the brewers got to work using a blend of Kiwi & US hops paired with a backbone of ale, munich, wheat and a touch of crystal malt. This was particularly exciting for us as we set about using strains of hops we had not yet used in the brewhouse. We’re stoked with the end result and we’ve had some pretty awesome feedback over the bar.
Still fresh in the brite tank, come and grab yourself a pint! 🍻🍻
Tasting Notes: Pouring a light sunset orange in the glass, Dave’s IPA first hits you with a array of tropical and pacific notes, think gooseberry, sweet grape and some stone-fruit. The first sip is resinous stone-fruit and passionfruit with berry sweetness followed by a pallet fullness due to the 6.2% ABV and the copious round of dry-hopping this baby endured. We’re proud of it! A Pan Pacific Kiwi IPA – it’s a hybrid just like Dave!
Hops: Motueka, Simcoe, Amarillo – Cool double dry hopped for your pleasure.