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Contains No Juice Hazy Double IPA by Alvarado Street Brewery 16 oz

Contains No Juice Hazy Double IPA by Alvarado Street Brewery 16 oz

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The Hazy DIPA Revolution: "Contains No Juice" by Alvarado Street

"Contains No Juice" by Alvarado Street Brewery stands as a testament to the innovative spirit of modern brewing. Despite its playful name, this Hazy Double IPA (DIPA) is a powerhouse of juicy flavors. Brewed with an expert blend of Mosaic and Citra hops, it represents the pinnacle of Alvarado Street Brewery's creativity. This is more than a beer; it's a celebration of the craft, a must-try for enthusiasts seeking a transcendent taste experience in the realm of Hazy DIPAs.

A Tropical Symphony in Every Sip

Dive into the tropical essence of "Contains No Juice." The vibrant notes of mango, pineapple, and citrus, balanced with a hint of pine, create a flavor profile that's both complex and refreshingly accessible. The balanced bitterness perfectly counterpoints the sweetness, ensuring every sip is as satisfying as the last. Adding malted and flaked oats contributes to a heavenly mouthfeel, making "Contains No Juice" a masterclass in texture and taste.

Acclaimed and Adored: A DIPA That Delivers

"Contains No Juice" is not just well-crafted; it's celebrated. Boasting a 4.2 out of 5 rating on Untappd across over 14,600 ratings and receiving high praise on BeerAdvocate for its hop-forward character and rich texture, this beer is a proven favorite. Its consistent ranking among Alvarado Street Brewery's best offerings cements its status as a go-to choice for DIPA lovers. It embodies the quality and innovation earned Alvarado Street Brewery the #3 Best Brewery in America in 2023.  

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