+ heavy handed dry hopping
+ choice of yeast strains x high protein malts
— filtration = HAZE?
Is it really just simple math? When brewers go out of their way to create their perfect hoppy concoctions, haziness is often generated as a byproduct of using certain ingredients and brewing techniques. If done well, these hoppy beers (AKA NEW ENGLAND IPAs/PAs) normally present stronger hop aromas, more palatable bitterness and silky smooth mouthfeel. Next time before you judge a beer by its looks, give it a good sniff to enjoy all the beautiful attributes that come with the haze.
- QuickviewBeer, Carbon BrewsABV: 7.2% | IBU: 23 Tropical fruits and Vanilla on the nose with strawberry and passionfruit prominent. These tropical fruits balance with the hops leading to a slightly tart fruity and refreshing finish.$41.00$41.00
- QuickviewBeer, Carbon Brews, Hot DealsABV: 4.7% | IBU: 1 Light grainy malt base with some toasty and breadcrumb-like secondary tones. Intense hop aroma with citrus fruits (lemon zest, tangerines, grapefruits), stone fruits (peaches, apricots, mangos), pine nuts, perfume, and dank (grassy, marijuana-like characters). Very low bitterness. Velvety mouthfeel.
- QuickviewBeer, Carbon BrewsStyle: Double NEIPA ABV: 8.2% IBU: 23 Super ripe tropical fruit on the nose with a burst of initial mango and papaya. The nose follows through to the palate with more intense tropical fruit flavors. A typical hazy New England IPA, packs a punch at 8.2%.$35.00$35.00