For those that believe a triple dry-hop is enough. For the once progressive turned conservative. For those who exalted during those trailblazing years of double-dry hopping and triple dry-hopping, but think quite frankly quadruple dry-hopping is a step too far. For those who think Stigbergets took it too far when they quadruple dry-hopped a beer and named it after an ominous South American scavenging bird. For those, who just want to go back to the way it was, when it was less complicated, less ominous, still innocent, when a condor was just a little condorita and the world still felt surmountable.
US/NZ style NEIPA 6.8%. Golden Promise base with oats and wheat. Dry-hopped with Citra, Idaho 7 and Nelson Sauvin. Creamy, full bodied, low bitterness with bold aromas of tropical and stone fruits.
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