Matt had longed to work with the primary Australian hop in Revolution No. 007, but it was in short supply and already contracted.
“I always thought it would be a good fit for Luponic Distortion, but I couldn’t get my hands on it,” he says. “Then I got word that a brewery had backed out of a contract for this hop, and I was able to grab enough to drive Revolution No. 007.”
He adds, “That’s the beauty of Luponic Distortion. It provides the flexibility and creative freedom for us to pivot quickly. Whenever we discover fresh, interesting hops that fit the profile, we are able to get them right into the next revolution—and Revolution No. 007 is a perfect example of this.”