A Note on This Beer
The new trend in Cannabis production uses an extraction process involving CO2 to get concentrated forms of oils and adjuncts for maximum … potency.
Industry kings and Colorado natives Left Hand Brewing applies this same methodology with hops through the use of CO2 Hop Extract. The result is an intense bitter resin known as their limited release Twin Sisters DIPA.
Left Hand pushes dank extremes further by doubling the hop bill and doubling the malt bill with a wicked 9.6% ABV. Twin Sisters will wake your palate up to a brand new IPA experience and shake you from your West Coast citrus-hop coma.
Willamette Hops lend spice and floral aromas that tease the nose with extreme subtlety. The unassuming bouquet leaves you vulnerable for the onslaught of ripe melon, and the crisp, spicy dryness of Malted and Crystal Rye. Caramel biscuit flavors land hard mid-palate but strong herbal dankness takes over from here.
Only those who are experts in the form know how to break it. Left Hand Brewing has been a leader in the craft beer community since the onset of craft beer. Their bold handprint of signature flavors and high quality execution stretches across 35 states but their special releases are few and far between like this uniquely Colorado take on an IPA.
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