This is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down. The world’s first IPA begins with an entrepreneur, who was lucky to have located his brewery business close to the East India Company, which was in the business of bringing exotic stuff back to the UK, and that meant the ships were a little light on the way there (plenty of room for beer). His name was Richard Hodgson and the brewery was called the Bow Brewery. Sadly, that brewery is gone and sitting in its place are some boring condos.Read more
A Confoundingly hazy yet bright IPA
How can something so hazy be so bright? This fascinating ferment is full of fabulous Sabro, Citra & Cashmere hops for a smooth, tropical fruitness. A slightly bitter, densely hazy phenomenon that’s strangely light in mouthfeel, keeping you satiated and still coming back for more.
Hazy Wonder is a West Coast Hazy IPA free of schlarf, or the little bits or yeast and hops that murk up hazy beers. Full of not all but most of the “C” hops including Cashmere, Comet, Citra, Chinook, Centennial, and honorary “C” hops Simcoe, Sabro & Mosaic.
Hazy Wonder embodies our endless facination with hop-forward brewing, expressed in a bright and unfiltered light. Life is uncertainm don’t sip!
Beer math on ABV (Alcohol By Volume) is pretty straightforward… the Higher the ABV, the more alcohol in the beer. No rocket science necessary.
Generally speaking, a high IBU beer will have a more bitter taste than a lower IBU beer.
The OG measures solids in the wort before fermentation to consistently arrive at the same alcohol conetent of a beer. Pretty neat, huh?
Serving Size 12 fl. oz. (355ml)
- Amount Per Serving
- %Daily Values*
TOTAL FAT 0g0%
Saturated Fat 0g0%
Trans Fat 0g0%
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE 12g4%
Dietary Fiber 0g0%
On top of the yellow peach flavors you get a big blood orange kick, all from the hops!
Hazy Wonder tastes lika a big and juicy fruit punch with some ripe ‘n ready yellow peaches as the base.
Bringing the whole thing together, tropical notes make a bouquet of flabors that brings you back for more.
With a certain thing we call a nice wheatly-esque-ish-ness, A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ is a truly unique style. Featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body, it’s a hoppy pale wheat ale that is great for IPA fans, but so smooth that hefeweizen fans dig it, too.