HOP BLIZZARD FINALE: A GOOD PROBLEM TO HAVE DIPA
It’s almost fitting that the finale of our FEBRUARY 2018 HOP BLIZZARD goes out with one of our favorites around here, A GOOD PROBLEM TO HAVE!
A Good Problem to Have is actually the oldest Double IPA recipe we brew, predating the start of Neshaminy Creek through both home brewed and commercial batches during time spent learning the ropes well before the idea of this brewery ever saw the light of day.
It’s a lean, mean double Simcoe and Amarillo dry hopped machine chock full of big resinous pine, and grapefruit notes with a subtle malt backbone. It’s not nearly as aggressively bitter as it’s cousin THE SHAPE OF HOPS TO COME, but it’s most certainly influenced more by it’s West Coast companions than the softer, hazy IPAs being brewed these days.
In case you’re not familiar, this is a limited offering that is usually only made available two or three times a year. In all honesty, while I’m certain we’ll release this again in 2018, we’re sort of flying by the seat of our pants with some newer releases so it may be a while before we bring this one back around again.
Cans and draft will be available at the Croydon Tap Room and Borough Brewhouse starting this Thursday, February 22nd at 5PM. A limited amount of draft kegs will also be spread throughout our distribution network as well, so keep your eyes peeled at your favorite watering hole and ask for by name.
A Good Problem to Have is available in six-packs and cases, limit one case per customer. Six-packs are $22 and cases are $75. Once we’re out we’ll also be filling crowlers until our draft is depleted as well.