It's Back! Haze for Dayze
Balter Brewing Hazy IPA
“The evolution of the Hazy style of beer has been really interesting to watch,” says Balter Head Brewer Scott Hargrave. “At first, brewers suggested they be drunk from the can because they thought the misty look of the beer would put people off. It was all about taste. As they became popular, that message got clouded and some brewers started adding things in just to make the mix as hazy as possible. We’ve gone back to what all good beer is about - pure flavour. Sure, it’s hazy but that’s a side effect of delicious hops oils mixing with yeast, rather than being the hero feature of the beer.”
If a weather app forecast the outlook on this beer it would say slightly cloudy with a downpour of juicy hops. Its luscious nectar showers your lips with a combination of candied orange, mango and passionfruit, followed with a refreshing breeze of bitterness beneath. Chill out, sip back and relax with a lazy Hazy.