A Note on This Beer
Today, you've got a chance to taste the red berry flavors of spankin' new Barbe Rouge Hops! And you can sample them from one of the Northeast's best Hazy breweries.
See, last year Hop Culture Magazine ran a Hazy IPA blind taste test featuring juicebomb legends like Other Half and Tired Hands. In a David vs. Goliath result, the winner was a little Pennsylvania brewery called Levante.
And we’ve managed to smuggle a few cases of today’s Textual Chemistry past the throngs of thirsty locals. This one is overflowing with flavors of strawberries and tangy citrus because it’s made with Barbe Rouge Hops — a new variety recently developed in France.
And then Levante revved it up even further with doses of Citra and Amarillo. This is exactly the kind of innovative brew that lead them to juicy victory!
This nectar will blast your palate with torrents of mandarin orange, juicy melon, and hints of lime, then take you on a stroll through strawberry fields forever. Or at least until the can is empty!
Scoring a can of this stuff is a rare opportunity to sample Levante’s hoppy talents for yourself and experience a hop variety you’ve likely never tasted before, all at the same time!
You can even hook up your buddies with a few cans of the new hop juice from a brewery they’d otherwise never get to try.
Maybe have ‘em bring over a can or two of their favorite IPA and run a little blind taste test of your own. Once they get a taste of Textual Chemistry, they won’t want to drink anything else.
This beer is too new for ratings!
Packaged On October 1st, 2019