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Resin Nuggets IPA by 450 North Brewing Company 16oz

Resin Nuggets IPA by 450 North Brewing Company 16oz

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Resin Nugget by 450 North Brewing Company: A Hazy Double IPA Delight

Introducing Resin Nuggets by 450 North Brewing Company, the hazy double IPA that’s taking the craft beer world by storm. This 16oz can of hop-infused wonder is more than just a beer; it’s a testament to the art of brewing. With its perfect balance of flavor and aroma, Resin Nugget is a must-try for any IPA enthusiast.

A Symphony of Hops: The Flavor Profile

Resin Nuggets is a masterful blend of some of the most sought-after hops in the brewing world, including Cashmere, Citra, Enigma, and Simcoe. This unique combination creates a dank and resinous aroma that beer lovers dream of, with tantalizing notes of citrus, pineapple, and tropical fruits. The flavor is a harmonious blend of sweetness and juicy bitterness, providing a lingering taste that keeps you coming back for more.

Crafted to Perfection: The Brewing Process

At 450 North Brewing Company, every can of Resin Nuggets is a product of meticulous brewing processes. With an ABV of 7.2% and an IBU of 60, this DDH DIPA strikes the perfect balance between strength and taste. The double dry hopping technique amplifies the hoppy goodness, ensuring every sip is packed with flavor. Resin Nugget is not just a beverage; it’s a masterpiece crafted for the discerning palate.

Acclaimed and Beloved: Why Choose Resin Nugget

The numbers speak for themselves. With impressive ratings on Untappd, Beer Advocate, and RateBeer, Resin Nuggets has established itself as a top-tier DDH DIPA. Its popularity among beer lovers is a testament to its exceptional quality. Whether you’re a seasoned IPA aficionado or new to the style, Resin Nugget offers an unforgettable drinking experience.

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