Deep Ellum Releases Hop Seeker

Hop Seeker Rendering 2015 Both-2

Dallas, TX — This is Hop Seeker, the 1st installment of our quarterly IPA series. Hop Seeker is a 100% wet hop ale, meaning we used fresh cut Centennial hops in the initial boil and will use fresh cut Equinox hops in the dry hop! Equinox is a newer variety that has a pronounced aroma profile with citrus, tropical fruit, floral and herbal characteristics, including lemon, lime and papaya. By using such an unholy amount of wet hops in copious late additions, we coaxed aromas of citrus, melon and resin from the green beasties. Wet hops all the way through!

ABV 5.6% IBUs 63

Hops: Centennial, Equinox

Malts: Pale Ale, Munich Ten, Wheat Yeast: English Ale

Package: 12oz. cans

Product available market-wide beginning October 12th

Join us October 9th at Total Wine Dallas and Plano Locations for a special sampling of Hop Seeker.

Want to try it earlier? Stop by our official launch party at The Common Table (2917 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75201) on Tuesday, October 6th, from 5—8 PM. We’ll have limited Hop Seeker “can” glasses for you to keep with the purchase of the beer!

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