Amped & Juiced Hazy IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit
Your Fix When You're Jonzin' for the Hop Juice!
Recipe Style: Hazy IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit (Also known as New England IPA Beer Recipe Kit)
What does this beer taste like?
Well, I guess if you had this beer in your glass, you wouldn't be wondering, but since you asked.... Like you would expect from a hazy IPA, our Amped & Juiced New England IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit is bursting with intense hop fruit flavors and aromas of fan favorites like Amarillo, Citra, Galaxy and Mosaic. The beer's malt is soft and smooth for an overall hop-forward extravaganza that catapults your taste buds into overdrive.
And now for the possibly funny, possibly serious, possibly irreverent flowery description....
We don't care what words you use to describe it, because it's always the same. Maybe you're jonzin' and hivin' and groping with the jazz hands, or perhaps you're stoked and hyped and pining with a side salad of the Jimmy legs. But the truth is, you've got that humulone itch, and man, you need it scratched and we mean right away! So get your fix and scratch that itch with this over-the-top juice-bomb New England-style IPA which is smooth, crisp and packed to the brim with your favorite juicy hops, like Amarillo, Citra, Galaxy and Mosaic, which unleash such a melange of mouth-watering flavors like citrus, lime, peach, apricot and tropical fruits that you'll be convinced you've fulfilled your five-a-day requirement! So remember, when you need that hop-fix and you need it now, get amped and juiced and grab yourself a frosty pint of this juice-bomb thirst-quencher!
All About Hazy IPA
Hazy IPA, also known as New England IPA, stands out among other IPA styles by its overwhelmingly hazy appearance. It’s bursting with hop-derived juicy, tropical fruit flavors, while the bitterness typical of traditional IPAs takes a back seat. The mouth feel is often usually described as creamy, and the intense, opaque appearance is often compared to orange juice.
Crafted by blending classic IPA hop varieties, hazy IPAs punch-up the beer’s fruity and juicy flavor. These hops are typically added late in brewing, such as in the whirlpool and dry-hopping, which amplifies aroma and flavor while taming bitterness. The outcome is a brew with gentle bitterness and robust fruity notes like citrus, mango, peach, and other tropics-born flavors.
The malt profile in hazy IPAs leans light and crisp. A touch of caramel malt and flaked grains like oats and wheat add a subtle sweetness to balance hop bitterness. Typically moderate in alcohol content, ABV spans from 6% to 8%.
Recently, Hazy IPAs have gained immense popularity, particularly in the United States, and now their influence is spreading to many other countries. These beers are best served fresh, and tulip-shaped glasses amplify the beer's aroma and flavor.