Hinterland IPA bursts with a rich hop aroma that’s both resinous and catty, but robust caramel sweetness keeps the big swells in check. On the tongue, pungent hops mirror the aroma, layering toasted malts and caramel swaths with resinous, dank flavors. Although quiet at first, the beer’s hop bite builds with each sip—a bitter hop presence lingers long after the pint’s over.


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