No wonder that in the wake of the furious demand for hazy IPA, brewers are beginning to create new variations of style. Mountain-Style IPA has absorbed the best features of an old school West Coast IPA, as well as hazy trends from the northeast. This year local breweries from Mountain states simultaneously began to produce both hazy and rather bitter varieties. That’s how this style appeared.
We went the same way. In our version of Mountain-Style IPA we used four varieties of hops: Amarillo, Cascade and Mosaic, all of which were added to whirlpool, while Citra and Mosaic were also used for dry hopping. The result is an opaque yellow beer with a reddish tint, thanks to wheat flakes used, with a pronounced tropical smell and a pleasant bitterness in the aftertaste.
|Style||New England IPA |
| Series ||Smuha |
| Release date ||30.06.2019 |
|Traits|| Dry hop, Hazy |
|Tare|| Draft |
|Flavor|| fruity, hoppy |
|Hops|| Amarillo, Cascade, Mosaic, Citra |
|Malts|| Pilsen, Flaked Oats, Flaked Wheat, Flaked Rye |
|Yeast|| Fermentum Mobile FM55 |
|Serving temperature|| 8-12° |
|Serving glass|| Teku |
|Food pairing|| steak, soft cheese, марозіва |