This is a West Coast IPA was brewed with Mainstem and Skagit Valley Malting premium malt. New-school West Coast IPA’s would probably pick a nuanced dextrin to bring up the body, and we used premium German carapils to do jus that. Why mention malt in an IPA? Because they had to be able to hold their own against the copious amounts of Tahoma, Horizon, Amarillo and Comet we poured in, landing it somewhere between dank and really freaking dank. From there, it evolves into beautiful black tea and pine notes, with a lingering orange peel pith. You aren’t going to accuse this of not being hoppy enough. It was pummeled in every hopping technique under the sun.