Pucker up for Hop Tart

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Pucker up for Hop Tart


Great news! Our new hoppy American sour pale ale—appropriately named Hop Tart—is officially out, hitting taps at a bar near you. The latest beer in our draft-only Hop Kitchen series combines the stainless lacto souring process used in Snapshot, with a large helping of rad hops, including Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin, and Experimental Hop 522. It’s tropical up front, with an assertive sour punch in the back, and clocks in at 5% ABV and 30 IBUs. If you like our other hoppy sours like Le Terroir and Ted's Beer, you're going to love Hop Tart.

Lacto souring: What does it mean? The process is pretty science-y, so we put together some helpful videos to illustrate just how we developed Hop Tart. Hit play on the video below to watch our microbiologist Kelly Tretter explain the in-house lacto process.

 

Now that you have a handle on all of that, check out this video of Hop Kitchen brewer Matty Smooth, who fills in the details about what else went in to making this tropical, sour beer:

Now here's the fun part: Drink it yourself! Use our Beer Finder to track down the nearest bar pouring this awesome beer, built for hopheads and sour fanatics alike. Worlds are colliding!

Pucker up! — Chris


Great news! Our new hoppy American sour pale ale—appropriately named Hop Tart—is officially out, hitting taps at a bar near you. The latest beer in our draft-only Hop Kitchen series combines the stainless lacto souring process used in Snapshot, with a large helping of rad hops, including Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin, and Experimental Hop 522. It’s tropical up front, with an assertive sour punch in the back, and clocks in at 5% ABV and 30 IBUs. If you like our other hoppy sours like Le Terroir and Ted's Beer, you're going to love Hop Tart.

Lacto souring: What does it mean? The process is pretty science-y, so we put together some helpful videos to illustrate just how we developed Hop Tart. Hit play on the video below to watch our microbiologist Kelly Tretter explain the in-house lacto process.

 

Now that you have a handle on all of that, check out this video of Hop Kitchen brewer Matty Smooth, who fills in the details about what else went in to making this tropical, sour beer:

Now here's the fun part: Drink it yourself! Use our Beer Finder to track down the nearest bar pouring this awesome beer, built for hopheads and sour fanatics alike. Worlds are colliding!

Pucker up! — Chris

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