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Stereohopic

Nelson Sauvin & Mosaic

The StereoHopic Series channels our 25+year hop love affair into a spotlight on two special varietals at a time - and the interestingnesss that happens between. This first volume shows what happens when New Zealand's citrus/mango-y specialty, Nelson Sauvin, & one of Yakima's heavy hitters, Mosaic, get together. It's truly the best of both hemispheres.

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Beer Specs

Stereohopic

You'll experience how Nelson's catty notes of pear, honeysuckle, and lychee, align with Mosaic's dank bits of dark fruit, berries, and pine. Full-frequency, 4-D flavor in a 3-D world. Now, kick off your kicks, kick back, crack one open, tune out, turn on, and enjoy this StereoHopic Sound: Version 1.

ABV 7.2
OG 16.5
IBU 65

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12 oz
12 oz 6 Pack
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