Pure Hops, No Adjuncts
For years, Matt has traveled the world, building relationships with hop breeders and growers around the world.
Those relationships are now providing access to new experimental hops that exhibit unprecedented attributes—such one from the Pacific Northwest that offers an explosive blueberry character, and another from Germany with a combination of tropical notes unlike anything grown in the states. Many of these hops don’t have official names yet, and for the first time we’re going to be cagey about which hops are being used.
“We’re going to be able to push flavors forward in this beer that might make you swear there’s a fruit adjunct in there, but we’re going to do it with pure hops,” Matt says.