Neshaminy Creek Dank Hill
Brewed with propane and propane accessories. From the lukewarm headwaters of the mighty Neshaminy Creek. Just before the first can release of A Good Problem to Have DIPA this past December we released a small batch wheat double IPA by the name of Dank Hill available only in the brewery Tap Room. Fermented with the highly touted Vermont or ‚ÄòConan’ ale yeast strain now made famous by‚Ä¶..well, you know who, Dank Hill was, appropriately, dank, and very tropical with notes of peaches, grapefruit, and mango. Constructed entirely differently than all our other IPAs; not so big on the early kettle/bittering hops and a lot more focus on the late kette/whirlpool and dry hops, we hopped this beer into oblivion with Chinook, Simcoe, Equinox, and Citra to the tune of twice as much hop per barrel as A Good Problem to Have and nearly three times more than The Shape of Hops to Come. The whirlpool and dry hop alone are more than the total hop bill used in our flagship County Line IPA.
Style:American Imperial IPA