A Note on This Beer
Connecticut hopheads on Untappd rave about Steady Habit’s FLH Mosaic IPA, with fans like @BelcherBar1 spouting: “Excellent. Juicy and clean. Very drinkable for 8%. Awesome sauce.” No surprise considering some of Steady Habit’s brews are named “Best in Connecticut” and “Must Try” CT beers by Reader’s Digest.
FLH means “For the Love of Hops,” and with this beer, there’s lots of fruity love to go around. Steady Habit uses 100% Mosaic Hops and a secret method to make the beer as juicy as humanly possible -- they add a slow trickle of CO2 during dry-hopping to gently agitate the hops. This minimizes bitterness, while extracting even more hop aromas and flavors for maximum juiciness. That means nothing gets in the way of you and this dense jungle of tropical fruits -- we’re talking floral papayas, bright pineapple juice, and citrus peel.
New England is ground zero for the most sought after hop juice in the country; you’ve got Vermont’s The Alchemist, Mass’ Trillium, and Connecticut’s Steady Habit. And just like those famous beers, FLH Mosaic is only found in New England.
Packaged on 5/29/18