You see, we specifically brewed it NOT to last. Available near Redmond, Washington. This exquisite liquid patchwork of more than a dozen hops is a devastatingly fresh Double IPA. At that point, some facets of the Brett characteristics will have mellowed, while others will have become more profound; it all matures into a fascinating and delicious culmination. You have in your hands a devastatingly desirable double IPA. See all Stone Brewing Company beers with descriptions and ABV. Bittersweet Choco. The fresh beer is brewed with more than 10 different hop varieties, shipped and delivered immediately meant to be savored by New Year’s Day. Double Bastard in the Rye We've gone to extensive lengths to ensure you get your hands on this beer within an extraordinarily short window, and we've sent a very clear message in the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right NOW to enjoy this IPA! For this version of Stone Enjoy By IPA we thought: “We don’t always have a filter, so why should our beer?” By skipping a step and letting this devastatingly fresh, golden-hued double IPA go unfiltered, the beer takes on a hazy appearance and its peach and tropical fruit hop aroma are intensified. As you can clearly tell, this beer was super hoppy even before we dry-hopped it, but then we went for it...dry-hopping with primarily Southern Hemisphere hops, including Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin, Motueka and Helga. Give your selected location(s) a call to make sure they've got what you're looking for! Just in time for Halloween, we’re releasing our massively-hopped Stone Enjoy By 10.31.19 IPA. Like the other IPAs in this series, this version is brewed specifically NOT to last. Neither we nor Google will link, or seek to link, an IP address with the identity of a computer user. Acclaimed for its groundbreakingly short shelf life, this intense double IPA brought forth a whole new conceptof what constitutes “fresh” — guaranteeing fans the ultimate level of hoppiness. Unlike the malted substance, which abetted my materialization, you don’t have chiseled iceberg chunks or fizzy, sugary pop sugar crystals at your disposal to cut me or soften the unbridled intensity of my righteous state that is liquid arrogance. Follow this beer to get notified when it's available nearby, try searching in a different area, or discover some similar beer. Just like its golden envelope-pushing counterpart, Stone Enjoy By Black IPA is intensely hoppy and should be enjoyed über fresh to experience its vibrant stone and tropical fruit flavors and dankness. Taste: Smooth malt upfront, quickly dissipating into a massive onslaught of hops. Our all-important, hop-driven quest to deliver the most devastatingly fresh IPA on the planet facilitated a paradigm shift in 2012 with the launch of Stone Enjoy By IPA. Charlotte | Instead, we’ve sent a clear message with the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right now to enjoy this IPA. We brewed this IPA specifically NOT to last. Last update: 11-27-2020. Not only did we brew this beer with more than 10 different hops, we brewed it specifically NOT to last. The roasted grains impart a coffee-like flavor, & actual espresso beans are used in the brewing process. The hop profile is predominantly Australian, featuring down-under wonders Vic Secret, Ella and Galaxy. this IPA is brewed specifically NOT to last, and is shipped immediately to ensure hopheads get their hands on it as soon as possible. It was a creature that haunted our brewers for many nights, as this beaker-buster was something they could not explain, yet was such a balanced delight to taste. Heads up! After the first taste of the fresh liquid, our brewing team of mad scientists knew they had to re-create this experiment for October only in draft form. Instead, we’ve sent a clear message with the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right now to enjoy this IPA. While freshness is a key component of many beers- especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs- we’ve taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. Stone Delicious IPA IPA 7.7%. So though it may sound like it, this missed step was no misstep. While freshness is a key component of many beers – especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs – we’ve taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. The beer won't be fully carbonated until that date. By skipping a step and letting this devastatingly fresh, golden-hued double IPA go un filtered, the beer takes on a hazy appearance.