First World Problems Can
New World Hops - Fruity/Phenolic Yeast Esters - Big Bitterness - Huge Hop Aroma - Well-Balanced.
First World Problems pours deep straw with a huge off-white head and lots of lacing. The nose is an intriguing blend of New World hops and fruity/phenolic yeast esters from its unique Belgian yeast strain. The taste is medium to light-bodied, with an assertive bitterness. Hops dominate but fruit from the yeast can be picked up and the malt backbone is interesting with the addition of malted rye.
TASTES GREAT WITH
Rare Roast Beef
Buffalo Chicken Wings
- Style: India Pale Ale
- Malts: Pale Malt, Red Crystal Rye, Oat Malt, Wheat Malt, Pale Rye Malt
- Hops: Magnum, Amarillo, Mosaic, Pacific Gem, Lubelski
- Alcohol By Volume: 6.2%
- IBU: 80
- Original Gravity: 55
Gold - UK Belgium Style Ale - World Beer Awards 2017
Silver - Experimental Beers - International Beer Challenge 2017
Bronze - Small Pack Speciality Beers - SIBA Awards 2016
Gold - UK Speciality Beer - World Beer Awards 2015