Joining the assortment of triple IPAs that are released during the month of February is Hypernova Triple IPA from Ecliptic Brewing. This triple IPA will be available on Wednesday, February 7th at Ecliptic Brewing when its doors open at 11:00am.
Hypernova Triple IPA is a hop forward IPA that will leave your tastebuds in amazement! This annual release uses two separate dry hop addition with copious amounts of Simcoe, Amarillo, Cascade, Chinook and Columbus hops that amplify Hypernova’s aroma. At 12% ABV and 88 IBUs, make sure to enjoy this one responsibly!
Other current seasonal releases from Ecliptic Brewing includes Phaser Hazy IPA, Oort Imperial Stout, and Bourbon Barrel-Aged Oort Imperial Stout. Here are additional details the three releases.
Phaser Hazy IPA
Juicy and unfiltered, Phaser Hazy IPA stuns with a lively array of fruity hop notes. Phaser features Citra, Azacca, Mosaic, Motueka, and Calypso hops. 6.5% Available in draft and 6pk cans.
Oort Imperial Stout
Oort is named after the mysterious region of our solar system that breeds comets. Massive amounts of roasted barley and Chocolate malts were combined with three types of Caramel malts for a rich, full mouthfeel. Chinook, Cascade and Sterling hops lend a balanced bitterness and subtle hop flavor to this brew that’s as black as the vacuum of space. 8.5% Available in draft and 22oz bottles.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Oort Imperial Stout
Oort Imperial Stout is named after the mysterious region of our solar system that breeds comets. Massive amounts of roasted barley and chocolate malts combined with three types of caramel malts for a rich, full, mouth feel. Chinook, Cascade and Sterling hops lends a balanced bitterness and subtle hop flavor to this brew that’s as black as the vacuum of space. This barrel-aged version slumbered for fifteen months in 12-year-old bourbon barrels, imparting flavors of bitter chocolate, vanilla, and oak. It drinks especially chocolatey, with some heat from the barrel. 12.1% Available in limited 22oz bottles.
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