21st Amendment - Blah Blah Blah IPA (Blood Orange)Coming To Summer Seasonal Refrigerator Variety Pack

From 21st Amendment:

We've got a new IPA about to hit the shelves as part of our Summer Seasonal Refrigerator Variety Pack (California release only at the moment). "Blah Blah Blah - Imperial IPA" (a subtle and fun comment on the ubiquity of IPAs) Loaded with hops: Chinook, Centennial, Mandarina Bavaria, Cascade, Equinox (Preston Doris Hop™) Moteuka, Mosaic, Citra and Idaho 7. Inside scoop: ‪#‎wetnessfactor‬ for those in the know.

“We love our hops like everyone else, but we also like to have fun with our beers. There are over 4,200 breweries in America and it seems like all of them are making an IPA if not several,” says Freccia. “There are West Coast IPAs, Session IPAs, Black IPAs, Grapefruit IPAs, Blah Blah Blah IPAs (you get the idea). This style is clearly here to stay and our Blah Blah Blah IPA is a limited edition release that in many ways pays tribute to the prevalence and popularity of this style.”

“Blah Blah Blah IPA at 8% ABV is a deep gold color and a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the popularity of the IPA style and all its sub-styles that have become part of craft beer conversations and offerings,” says O’Sullivan. “We incorporated malts that we haven’t played with before, and in addition to that we late hopped the kettle giving the beer explosive hop flavor and aroma. It’s jam packed with Mosaic, Citra and the latest Idaho 7 hop, and at 2 pounds per barrel of dry-hops (that’s a lot folks) the aroma is amazing.”

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